Looking for a program that meets your ENTIRE professional responsibility requirement? Look no further! This unique program features panels of legal ethics consultants, top lawyers and Illinois ARDC officials on six timely and practical topics relevant to your modern law practice. Complete this course and rest easy knowing you are DONE with your professional responsibility credit requirements, including mental health/substance abuse and diversity/inclusion.
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.
With topics carefully crafted and taught by a committee of knowledgeable, experienced attorneys, the IICLE® 6th Annual Local Government Law Institute continues to be your resource for hands-on, practical help with local government law issues.
A comprehensive program with more than 6 hours of training on Illinois workers' compensation practice from experienced attorneys on both sides of each issue, along with insights from Illinois Workers' Compensation Commission officials.
Learn how to run a more productive, professional, and profitable law practice through smart integrations and automation of your software and services. We will touch on ways to improve everything from lead qualification to client intake to case management to referrals. Improve the efficiency of your communications and operations with solutions that require minimal time, effort, and cost.
This completely virtual training program offers 10 information-packed hours of CLE required by Illinois statute to serve as a child representative or GAL. If you are an experienced Child Rep or GAL, register for Day Two Only, which focuses on important updates and advanced skills.
Benefit from diverse perspectives on the meaning and practical application of civility in the practice of law, from judicial perspectives on common courtroom distractions and annoyances to the results of incivility and the ways that attorneys communicate with pro se litigants, judges, clerks, other courthouse staff, and opposing counsel.