Great MCLE Classes to Start the New Year
It’s the start of the second month of MCLE crunch time! Remember, the California Bar requires attorneys whose last names starts with N-Z to complete your required 25 hours of MCLE credit by February 1, 2020. Fortunately, we have 14 classes scheduled in January to help you meet your requirements.
Each 1 hour class is regularly $25, but there are two programs that can make them even more economical. Check out our Unlimited MCLE pass or our Discount pass. Sign up today! Keep reading your newsletter or checking the library’s calendar for new classes. All classes are Downtown and start at noon, EXCEPT for Thursday’s class, which takes place at North County at noon.
- January 7, Tuesday – Virtual Law Office: Important Ethics Rules – (LEGAL ETHICS) Virtual offices are becoming more common among lawyers. There are important ethics rules which relate to them. This 2019 DVD presentation explains those rules and gives practical suggestions to comply with them. This is an encore presentation of a DVD shown in December at our North County location.
- January 8, Wednesday – Speedwriting: From Brain to Brief in a Hurry – This class uses techniques developed by professional writers to enable lawyers to take complex, multi-issue matters and organize them quickly, logically, and systematically.
- January 9, Thursday – Gender Bias in the Legal Profession – (ELIMINATION OF BIAS) (North County) – This class provides a practical analysis of gender bias in the legal profession, including suggestions for eliminating it. This 2019 DVD presentation explains those rules and gives practical suggestions to comply with them. This is an encore presentation of a DVD shown at our Downtown location in December.
- January 10, Friday – Alternative Criminal Justice Programs in San Diego – An overview of the alternative criminal justice programs offered by the San Diego City Attorney’s Office, including the Community Justice Initiative, San Diego Misdemeanants At-Risk Track Program, Prosecution and Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion Services, Prostitution Impact Panel, and more.
Additionally, we have dozens of self-study MCLE audio recordings. You can listen at the library or can check them if you join our borrowing program.