The 2021 IICLE® Ethics Institute is designed to help you meet with confidence the challenges of lawyering during and after the COVID-19 pandemic. This program features 6 individual sessions that will show you how to present your best self via webcam, how to use the new technological tools of the trade ethically and safely, and how to conquer a variety of challenges to your mental and physical wellbeing, and more.
Learn how mediators can help separating and divorcing clients by enrolling mediation-friendly (limited scope representation) attorneys, mental health professionals and financial professionals to support their mediation process. Understand important “dos and don’ts” for attorney mediators.
Get your trial team together. With the prospect of trials resuming as COVID restrictions ease, it is more critical than ever to coordinate your trial team to be organized and loaded for bear to take on the other side at trial. Topics covered in this program include:
Register now! The IICLE® 16th Annual Elder Law Short Course (virtual edition) will bring you up to speed on the latest in elder law ... from a safe social distance! New this Year: All registrants will have FREE access to the entire program online on-demand, with the opportunity to earn credit for breakout sessions missed at no additional charge.
The 17th Annual Elder Law Short Course is designed for the Illinois elder law attorney who is dedicated to client service and eager to stay on the cutting-edge of legal issues affecting elderly clients and their families. This year’s program offers plenary sessions on eliminating barriers to legal access, navigating guardianship and power or attorney disputes, and legislative updates. In addition, you’ll get the latest on advising your clients about Medicaid (planning and application), judicial perspectives on guardianships, Illinois Trust Code update, and much more!
Registration includes post-event access to the online on-demand recording and all additional breakout CLE.
Learn about new estate planning legislation filed with Illinois House and Senate since the new Session started. Important new legislation already filed includes Senate Bill No. 72 called the Electronic Wills and Remote Witnesses Act, and Senate Bill No. 97 which proposes to amend the Illinois Notary Act by establishing and regulating electronic notarization and electronic notaries public, as well as provide that a paper or tangible copy of an electronic document that a notary public has certified to be a true and correct copy satisfies specified recording requirements.
The 2020 IICLE® Special Needs Institute offers direct instruction from seasoned special needs law practitioners, practical takeaways, and special insights from government officials regarding how they review special needs trusts.
The 63rd Annual Estate Planning Short Course offers more than 18 hours of advanced instruction on Illinois estate planning law through carefully crafted sessions led by experienced estate planning attorneys.