CEB offers you hundreds of hours of programs to help you fulfill MCLE special requirements in Legal Ethics, Competence Issues, and Recognition and Elimination of Bias in the Legal Profession and Society. We also offer a six-hour Ethics Plus! package that fulfills your required subjects requirements.
What You Didn’t Learn in Law School, What You Need on the Job!
12 hours MCLE Credit including 1.5 hours in Legal Ethics. Specialization: Estate Planning, Trust and Probate; Taxation
Planning for the distribution of your client’s estate is just the first part of the puzzle. You also need to know how your best-made plans will be executed, and what to do if a problem arises. Learn skills and gain confidence in this course designed to deliver the basic procedures and techniques of trusts and estate administration and litigation.
This Basics program will deliver comprehensive practice-oriented knowledge that is essential in beginning or transitioning into a trusts and estates practice. You will benefit from the instructors' practical guidance and insider tips, which will increase your competence in this deceptively complex practice area.
1.5 hours MCLE Credit including 1.5 hours in Competence Issues
This seminar examines sources of stress particular to law practice, approaches to help balance your life before you burn out, and how to deal with it if you are already past the tipping point.
2.5 hours MCLE Credit including .5 hours in Legal Ethics. Specialization: Estate Planning, Trust & Probate
In this workshop, Denise Chambliss, Hoge Fenton Jones & Appel, Pleasanton, will take you step by step through the process of drafting a will.
1.5 hours MCLE Credit including .5 hours in Legal Ethics
Getting a client does not necessarily get you paid. If you want to actually make money from your efforts, you have to clearly set forth what work you are being paid for, how much you are to be paid, when payment is due, and what kind of payment you will accept. This program will teach you how to ethically collect your fees from clients by determining how to charge for your services, creating effective and binding fee agreements, managing your trust account to ensure you pay yourself at the proper time, and accepting payments in methods convenient for your clients.
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