June 19, 2008
Upcoming Minnesota Ethics CLEs (Including Today) Are Also Available for Out-of-Staters
Posted by Alan Childress
The late-June fare out of Minnesota looks interesting and the remote programs are pretty affordable. An archived one available to non-Minnesota participants, and earning 2 hours credit, is "Chemical Dependency and Mental Health in the Legal Profession." (I don't know if that earns an 'ethics' credit, but all the following seem to, and seem to be credited throughout the U.S.) "The Family Law Series: Ethics," is webcast live today (6/19) at 9:00 am cst. And tomorrow offers a 3-hour ethics programs for in-house counsel (but video only, in state), and also one webcast live on a topic that I rarely see but sounds very useful to some: Winding Down a Law Practice. On June 25, see the live webcast of Ethics - Best Practices in Business Development, for 3 MCLE credits. Then Monday, June 30 means two 1-hr. programs on "conflicts checks" and on "lessons from recent discipline cases."
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Tracked on Sep 22, 2009 1:39:17 AM
I don't doubt they've got some good CLE in Minnesota. But it needs to be said that Minnesota is one of the worst states in terms of CLE rules that protect the outside vendors and the state bar's bureaucracy.
Posted by: John Steele | Jun 19, 2008 7:27:08 AM