In addition to the amazing MCLE classes that we have lined up for the next few months, SDLL just received our collection of 2019 MCLE recordings. Attorneys are allowed 12.5 hours of self-study MCLE credit per 3 year period, and this collection of CDs and DVDs allows you to get your self-study credits at the library or in the privacy of your own home, car, or office.  The MCLE classes are taught by legal experts and are published by either the San Fernando County Bar Association, or CEB. We have copies of most of the MCLE recordings at both our Downtown and North County locations.

Below is a complete list of our new MCLE recordings. If you are a member of our Borrowing Program, you can reserve your MCLE recording today. If you are not a member of our Borrowing Program, contact us today to find out how you can sign up today!

1031 Exchanges

Accounting for Lawyers

Avoiding Top 10 Insurance Mistakes: Advise your clients

CEB’s Key Developments in California Appellate Practice 2018

Eliminating Sexual Harassment, Discrimination, & Bias in the Workplace

Escaping Bar Discipline & New Rules for Professional Conduct

Federal & California Business Tax Credit & Incentives

FEMA & Landlord-Tenant Issues After a Disaster

Foreign Investors in U.S. Real Estate

Gender Bias in the Legal Profession

Getting Your Finances in Order

Interplay Between National Disasters & Bankruptcy

Key Developments in Ethics 2018

Key Developments in Family Law

Legal Malpractice & Revised Rules of Professional Conduct

Office Leasing the Tenant’s Perspective

Prevention  of Substance Abuse

Taxation Issues in the Digital Economy

The Mechanics of Financing, Promissory Notes, & Deeds of Trust

The 7 Deadly Sins of Estate Planning

U.S. Taxation & Regulation of Cryptocurrency

Watch the Boilerplate!: Pitfalls of standard estate planning language from the perspective of litigators

What to Tell Your Clients About Prop 65

Worker’s Compensation & ADR