Legal Ethics MCLE and More the First Week of December
MCLE crunch time is approaching. We have 20 classes scheduled so far in December and January and more in the works. There are 3 exciting classes the first week in December. We have a legal ethics-qualifying MCLE class, as well as classes on enforcing judgments and on how criminal convictions can effect military personnel.
Each 1 hour class is regularly $25, but there are 2 programs that can make them a lot cheaper. Check out our MCLE yearly 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 unless otherwise noted.
- Dec 3 – New Rules of Professional Conduct (LEGAL ETHICS) – This FREE class will review the recent changes to the Rules of Professional Conduct for California attorneys. The class will focus on the conceptual framework of the new rules with an examination of a few new details that should be useful for most attorneys.
- Dec 5 – Enforcing Judgments – Learn some of the methods available to maximize your recovery on a judgment. This includes when to renew a judgment to get the maximum amount under the statutory 10% annual interest.
- Dec 6 – The Effect of Criminal Convictions on Military Personnel – A criminal conviction or a guilty plea can end a military career. Unfortunately, many attorneys are unaware of the effect that a plea can have on their service member client’s career. This class will discuss which crimes are career-ending.