Internet For Lawyers Sets Winter Continuing Legal Education Seminars
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California Continuing Legal Education Deadline Approaches

On February 1, 2006, attorneys in Continuing Legal Education Compliance Group 2 of the California State Bar (those whose names end in letters H-M) must submit their compliance cards certifying that they have completed the 25 hours of continuing legal education credit required since January 31, 2003. For those attorneys who have not yet completed their MCLE hours, Internet For Lawyers has announced a slate of live Continuing Legal Education seminars in the Los Angeles, California area throughout the month of January.

These seminars are specifically designed to benefit all legal professionals, including lawyers, paralegals, law office administrators and other support staff. Those who complete the program will earn six hours of continuing legal education credit.

Scheduled seminars include:

For those California legal professionals who require more than the six hours credit available by attending one of these programs, Internet For Lawyers also offers up to 24 hours of online continuing legal education courses at (16 hours of participatory California MCLE credit and 8 hours of self-study California MCLE credit.

Internet For Lawyers also produces turn-key research seminars, on nearly two dozen topics, for:

    Law Firms In-House Legal Departments Bar Associations
    Investigators Insurance Companies Libraries

For more information on available seminar topics, click here for our list of customizable, in-house continuing legal education topics.

For more information on these and other upcoming seminars, see our calendar of upcoming continuing legal education seminars.


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