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We offer a broad array of print and digital resources and CLE programs in Litigation, Administrative Procedure, Appellate Law, Torts, Insurance, and other litigation and civil practice disciplines. Notable publications include California Civil Procedure Before Trial, California Government Tort Liability Practice, California Civil Discovery Practice and California Attorney Fee Awards. The OnLAW Litigation Library provides online legal analysis and procedural guidance with the added advantages of the web: speed, search capabilities, portability, and links to cited cases and codes. We offer as well many Civil Litigation & Torts CLE webinars and On Demand programs.

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13 Routinely Helpful Cross-Examination Questions

This program is based on the very popular CEBblog post "13 Routinely Helpful Cross-Examination Questions" written by CEB Attorney Editor Julie Brook. Join seasoned litigator Karla Kraft as she discusses why these 13 questions are so helpful during cross-examination. You’ll be able to put this information to use at your next trial.


1 Hour MCLE Credit

2017 Top 20: California Appellate Practice

This focused program is a review of key cases concerning California appellate practice.


1.5 Hours MCLE Credit

Specialization: Appellate Practice

2017 Top 20: Civil Procedure

A discussion of the key civil procedure cases and statutory developments of the last year. 


1.25 Hours MCLE Credit

2017 Top 20: Torts Practice

This program, focused on the significant developments from 2017, is designed for plaintiff and defense attorneys who practice personal injury law.


1.5 Hours MCLE Credit

An Introduction to Summary Judgment Motions

This program provides an overview of bringing and opposing summary judgment motions, as well as what to do and when to do it. Join Jonathan Deer in discussing the practical and strategic tips for this critical phase of a case.


1.5 hours MCLE Credit


Anatomy of an Appeal

Join appellate experts Noreen Evans and Deirdre Kingsbury as they discuss the fundamentals of civil appellate practice. The presenters give you a basic outline of potential pitfalls and rules you need to know as pertaining to civil and family law appeals.


1.5 Hours MCLE Credit

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