American Bar Association
 
Center for Professional Responsibility: Continuing Legal Education Committee

Center for Professional Responsibility:
Continuing Legal Education Committee


Mission

The Center Continuing Legal Education Committee is the coordinating body for production of Center-sponsored continuing legal education programs at the ABA Annual and Midyear Meetings, teleconferences and Webcasts. The committee also coordinates co-sponsorship opportunities of other ABA entity programming on topics related to ethics and professional responsibility issues. Members of the CLE committee are appointed by the Chair of the Center Coordinating Council.

Center members and committees are encouraged to contact the committee with ideas for program efforts at cpr@americanbar.org.

Leadership

Committee Roster  


Programs, Meetings and Events

Section Events

    Ensuring Your Staff is Ethically Supporting You

    08/22/2017-08/22/2017

    The event will be held on 08/22/2017. The format is Web. The event sponsor(s) are Center for Professional Development,Center For Professional Responsibility,Law Practice Division,Section of Family Law,Section of Legal Education and Admissions To the Bar,Division for Public Services. The event has 1.00 CLE Credits .

    Lawyer Ethics: E-Communications, Social Media, and the Internet (Part 2)

    08/24/2017-08/24/2017

    The event will be held on 08/24/2017. The format is Web. The event sponsor(s) are Center for Professional Development,Forum on Communications Law,Center For Professional Responsibility,Law Practice Division,Solo, Small Firm and General Practice Division,Section of Litigation,Young Lawyers Division. The event has 1.00 CLE Credits .

    Advising Patients & Families on Palliative and End of Life Care: Ethical, Legal, and Practical Considerations

    08/29/2017-08/29/2017

    Families who are caring for loved ones at the end of life face difficult challenges that a seasoned professional must help them navigate. Too often, distress is experienced in care planning, surrogate decision-making, and palliative care due to misunderstanding, lack of information and guidance, or conflicts ...

Modified by Angela Burke on January 21, 2011

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