Continuing Legal Education (CLE) the HCBA way:
More value-added. More local. More conversational. More connected.
We aim to make every HCBA CLE experience a great one. In our view, great CLEs are those where the quality of information provided is excellent, attendees are engaged participants, and connections happen before, during and after the program.
Section and Committee CLEs
HCBA members can attend any 1-hour or 1.5-hour CLE program put on by the volunteer leaders of HCBA sections or committees at no cost beyond the annual cost of membership dues. These programs primarily relate to the specific topic of focus of a particular HCBA section or committee.
In-Depth, Multi-Hour CLEs
These CLEs focus on hot topics and trends of broad interest to attorneys, as well as skill development and programs that connect HCBA attorneys to other local professionals.
Law & Literature CLEs
This popular, well-regarded HCBA series offers a discussion-based approach to earning your ethics and elimination of bias credits. Participants read short stories, plays and other short works of literature in advance of the session, and discuss them in the context of the particular roles and responsibilities of attorneys.
Leaders in the Nonprofit Community (LINC) program / CLE series
Many attorneys are called to serve nonprofit organizations as volunteer leaders . The LINC program is focused on the knowledge and skills needed, and the unique challenges lawyers face, in nonprofit governance. Starting in 2014, LINC will be available as a cohort program, where participants achieve the designation of LINC Program Graduate, and as individual sessions open to attorneys beyond the cohort.
For the times when your best option is to view CLE programs online, the HCBA provides a number of our own CLEs via webcast, as well as high-quality webcasts from partner bar associations across the nation. Webcast Calendar >>
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