An essential introduction to digital assets and related technologies for Illinois attorneys, including conducting investigations, enforcing judgments, and navigating current and forthcoming regulations.
This program will prepare you for the increasingly connected world of family law and financials. This year’s program will focus on how family law attorneys work with other divorce professionals as well as with other legal practice areas. Learn how, in an ever-expanding world, more and more crossover is likely to occur and how it can benefit all parties involved. Click the following to learn why this is so important: The Business of Working with Other Divorce Professionals and Attorneys
New this year, attendees of the live webcast will automatically receive two free bonus sessions available on-demand. And attorneys newer to the practice area will have the option to purchase two "Primer" sessions to watch prior to the program to get them ready to dive into the more advanced program topics. Click the following for more information on these sessions: Primer and Bonus Sessions
This course will provide an outline on what to make sure you include and what to make sure you avoid when drafting and negotiating Premarital Agreements. It will also briefly touch on Post-Nuptial Agreements.
Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) should be a tool considered for any dispute from pending litigation to pre-litigation. Learn from a panel of experienced attorneys about the ADR process, practical tips, and advice for how it can be an effective tool in any practice area.
MCLE Complete is your complete solution to fulfilling MCLE requirements. We've taken 30+ pre-selected hours of the best IICLE® programs in your practice area and combined them in one bundle for one affordable price.
From experience as both an assistant DA and defense counsel, Nrupa Patel of Bolen Robinson & Ellis LLP in Decatur shares tips for achieving favorable outcomes and saving valuable time when prosecuting and defending domestic violence cases.
The American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers - Illinois Chapter presents their annual October CLE Seminar, powered by IICLE. This year's program will address critical changes to family law practice in Illinois, with a distinguished faculty of AAML Fellows and other prominent guest speakers. The program will feature sessions on hybrid ADR processes, working with survivors of domestic abuse, gender expression in family law, and changes to Supreme Court Rules in 2023, as well as the annual case law update and the judges’ panel. Join the hundreds of Illinois attorneys who depend on this annual event for legislative, case law, and practice updates informed by real-world practice experience.
Not included in IICLE® Online All-Access subscription.