Albany Law School offers Continuing Legal Education [CLE] courses on line
Attorneys in New York state admitted to practice for more than two years are able to take their CLE courses by viewing educational sessions online by approved CLE providers.
Albany Law School, an accredited CLE provider in New York state, now has a library of interesting CLE programs for viewing online, given by leaders in the field, including Albany Law faculty, alums and other experts.
Sample sessions include:
Professor Robert Heverly’s lively discussion of the ethical issues related to attorney use of social media
Professor Michael Hutter’s engaging overview of recent U.S. Supreme Court decisions on personal jurisdiction
Catherine Hedgeman's explication of recent updates to New York’s Not-for-Profit Corporations Law
Professor Dorothy Hill and Professor Nancy Nancy Maurer's training on how to supervise law students
CLE sessions are available for download for $25 per credit hour and no separate membership or affiliation with Albany Law School is required to access the courses.
For more information or questions regarding the online CLE program, please contact Lisa Rivage at firstname.lastname@example.org 518-472-5888.
Additional course will be available soon. To receive notice when new courses are available, please email Amy Gunnells at email@example.com.