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Justice for Trafficking Victims in the United States

Justice for Trafficking Victims in the United States

Human trafficking is global crisis. The International Labor Organization has estimated that there are 20.9 million victims worldwide. In this program, President of The Human Trafficking Pro Bono Legal Center, Martina Vandenberg, discusses the state of human trafficking law in the United States, covering criminal prosecutions, civil actions, and the remedies available to victims.

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CA1.00
NY1.00
TX1.00

AK1.00
AZ1.00
CO1.00
FL1.00
HI1.00
MO1.20
NV1.00
NJ1.00
ND1.00
PA1.00
TN1.00
IL1.00

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Rating: 4.64



Constitutional Restrictions on Erotic Speech Under the First Amendment

Constitutional Restrictions on Erotic Speech Under the First Amendment

The First Amendment and sexually oriented speech have had had a long and complicated history. In this program, First Amendment attorney Larry Walters discusses the evolution of constitutional protection over erotic media and brings viewers up to date on the current state of the law.

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CA1.00
NY1.00
TX1.00

AK1.00
AZ0.75
CO1.00
FL1.00
HI1.00
MO1.10
NV0.50
NJ1.00
ND1.00
WA[Eligible for 1.00] — Must self-apply for credit.
CT0.75

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Rating: 4.62



What Every Attorney Should Know About Traffic Stops

What Every Attorney Should Know About Traffic Stops

Advising your clients what to do and what not to do during a traffic stop can be tricky. Here, Deputy District Attorney Adam Muery shares a number of practical tips and legal issues involved in traffic stops.

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CA0.50
NY0.50
TX0.50

AK0.50
AZ0.50
FL0.50
HI0.50
MO0.50
NV0.50
NJ0.50
ND0.50
TN0.58
WA[Eligible for 0.50] — Must self-apply for credit.
CT0.50

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Rating: 4.57



Ethics & Privilege Issues: Witnesses

Ethics & Privilege Issues: Witnesses

Working with witnesses presents a minefield of potential ethical issues for civil and criminal litigators. Identifying and addressing these can be tricky, but mishandling them can lead to consequences such as sanctions and an undesirable outcome of your case. In this program, attorney Christina Lynn draws from the Model Rules of Professional Conduct and case law to help viewers tackle some of the most common ethical issues involving witnesses.

Credits (Show All)

CA1.25(Includes 1.25 Ethics)
NY1.00(Includes 1.00 Ethics, Professionalism)
TXNone

AK1.25(Includes 1.25 Ethics)
AZ1.00(Includes 1.00 Ethics)
CO1.25(Includes 1.25 Ethics)
CT1.00(Includes 1.00 Ethics/Professionalism)
FL1.50(Includes 1.50 Ethics)
HI1.25(Includes 1.25 Ethics)
MO1.40
NJ1.25(Includes 1.25 Ethics, Professionalism)
ND1.25(Includes 1.25 Ethics)
OH1.25(Includes 1.25 Professional Conduct)
WA[Eligible for 1.25 (including 1.25 Ethics)] — Must self-apply for credit.

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Rating: 4.55



Avoiding Denials in Extreme Hardship Immigration Petitions: Strategies & Obstacles for the Evaluator & Lawyer

Avoiding Denials in Extreme Hardship Immigration Petitions: Strategies & Obstacles for the Evaluator & Lawyer

Immigration lawyers must contend with the possibility that extreme hardship petitions may be denied by the USCIS. In this seminar, Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Attorney, Mark Silver will highlight and discuss the major reasons for denials of extreme hardship petitions by the USCIS.

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CA1.00
NY1.00
TX1.00

AK1.00
AZ1.00
CO1.25
CT1.00
FL1.50
HI1.00
MO1.30
NJ1.00
ND1.00
OH1.00
PA1.00
TN1.08
WA[Eligible for 1.00] — Must self-apply for credit.

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Rating: 4.55



U (Non-Immigrant) Visa Petitions: Psychosocial Evaluations

U (Non-Immigrant) Visa Petitions: Psychosocial Evaluations

Non-immigrant U-Visas are intended for individuals who have been the victim of a crime, have assisted the police and/or District Attorney's Office with the prosecution of the criminal, and have suffered physical and/or psychological harm as a result of the crime. This program outlines the major criteria of the U-visa category and delves into the various relevant psychosocial factors in this brand of visa application.

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CA1.00
NY1.00
TX1.00

AK1.00
AZ1.00
CO1.00
CT1.00
FL1.00
HI1.00
MO1.20
NJ1.00
ND1.00
OH1.00
PA1.00
TN1.03
WA[Eligible for 1.00] — Must self-apply for credit.

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Rating: 4.54



California Civil Appellate Basics - Part I

California Civil Appellate Basics - Part I

There are a number of procedural and practical issues attorneys must be familiar with when attempting to navigate the California appellate process. This program guides attorneys through these issues covering topics such as initiating the appeal, the record on appeal, mediation possibilities, the appellate brief, oral argument, and more.

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CA1.25
NYNone
TXNone

NV1.00

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Rating: 4.54



Jury Selection in a Criminal Case

Jury Selection in a Criminal Case

Whether a prosecutor or defender, jury selection is an integral part of a criminal trial. In this program, Deputy District Attorney Adam Muery gives an overview of the jury selection process and shares many valuable techniques on effective jury selection that he has learned throughout the years.

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CA0.75
NY0.50
TX0.75

AK0.75
AZ0.75
FL1.00
HI0.75
MO0.75
NV0.50
NJ0.75
ND0.75
WA[Eligible for 0.75] — Must self-apply for credit.
CT0.75

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Rating: 4.52



Competency Hearings in Immigration Proceedings

Competency Hearings in Immigration Proceedings

With this course, attorneys involved in immigration defense cases will gain an understanding of the mental health and evaluation issues for immigration clients who may require competency evaluations. These clients may already be in proceedings or may be held in an ICE detention center pending an outcome of the evaluation. Join attorney and forensic expert Mark Silver for an in-depth analysis of Matter of M-A-M Cases.

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CA1.00
NY1.00
TX1.00

AK1.00
AZ1.00
CO1.00
CT1.00
FL1.00
HI1.00
MO1.20
NJ1.00
ND1.00
OH1.00
PA1.00
TN1.02
WA[Eligible for 1.00] — Must self-apply for credit.

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Rating: 4.51



DWI in a Nutshell

DWI in a Nutshell

Prosecuting or defending a DWI case requires an attorney to have in-depth knowledge of not only the offense, but also the steps leading up to and following an arrest. Join former police officer and Deputy District Attorney, Adam Muery, as he covers the fundamentals of a DWI arrest and gives a number of valuable tips on proving and disproving the charge based on the various steps involved in the arrest.

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CA0.75
NY0.50
TX0.75

AK0.75
AZ0.75
FL1.00
HI0.75
MO0.75
NV0.50
NJ0.75
ND0.75
TN0.80
WA[Eligible for 0.75] — Must self-apply for credit.
CT0.75

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Rating: 4.49



The West Memphis Three

The West Memphis Three

The case of the West Memphis Three is one of the most high-profile criminal cases of the past two decades. Join Dennis Riorden and Donald Horgan as they discuss the dubious circumstances of the conviction and reveal how they managed to secure the release of the defendants after 17 years behind bars.

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CA1.25
NY1.00
TX1.25

AK1.00
AZ1.00
CO1.00
FL1.50
HI1.25
MO1.50
NJ1.00
ND1.25
PA1.00
TN1.25
VT1.25

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Rating: 4.48



Supreme Court Roundup - 2016 Term

Supreme Court Roundup - 2016 Term

With the death of Justice Scalia and the resulting empty seat on the bench, 2016 shaped up to be one of the more interesting Supreme Court terms in recent history. Join Robert Fitzpatrick as he talks about the current makeup of the Supreme Court, discusses trends in the decisions being handed down, and, ultimately, discusses many of the key decisions - and 4-4 splits - that came out of the 2015-2016 term.

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CA1.75
NY2.00
TX1.75

AK1.75
AZ1.75
CO1.75
CT1.75
FL2.00
HI1.75
MO2.00
NJ1.75
ND1.75
OH1.75
TN1.75
WA[Eligible for 1.75] — Must self-apply for credit.

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Rating: 4.42



Internet Service Provider Liability in the Age of User Generated Content

Internet Service Provider Liability in the Age of User Generated Content

Internet Service Providers ("ISPs") face a several avenues of legal liability in an era where most of their content is driven by users. This program outlines the legal issues affecting ISPs, including the DMCA, Section 230, Revenge Porn and Online Escort Services, and the Anti-Trafficking Movement.

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CA1.00
NY1.00
TX1.00

AK1.00
AZ1.00
CO1.00
FL1.00
HI1.00
MO1.20
NV1.00
NJ1.00
PA1.00
TN1.02
WA[Eligible for 1.00] — Must self-apply for credit.
CT1.00

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Rating: 4.40



Opening Statements: Tips of the Trade

Opening Statements: Tips of the Trade

The opening statement is a litigator's first opportunity to tell the jury their side of the story. In this program, defense attorney and Trial Advocacy professor, Julia Jayne, will cover the key points of opening statements, such as theme development, effective presentation, and demonstrative evidence. This program is a must for litigators.

Credits (Show All)

CA0.75
NY0.50(Includes 0.50 Skills)
TXNone

AK0.75
AZ0.75
FL1.00
HI0.75
MO0.90
NV0.50
NJ0.75
ND0.75
WA[Eligible for 0.75] — Must self-apply for credit.

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Rating: 4.38



Marijuana Decriminalization & the Impact on the Workplace

Marijuana Decriminalization & the Impact on the Workplace

Marijuana has long been classified as a Schedule 1 drug by the federal Controlled Substances Act. In recent years, many states have decriminalized the drug for medical and/or recreational purposes. In this program, Robert Fitzpatrick will lay out the current state of the law as it affects employers, and examine specific cases and arguments on employee discipline, workers' compensation claims, unemployment claims, and more.

Credits (Show All)

CA0.75
NY1.00
TX1.00

AK0.75
AZ0.75
CO1.00
FL1.00
HI0.75
MO1.00
NV0.50
NJ0.75
ND0.75
WA[Eligible for 0.75] — Must self-apply for credit.
CT0.75

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Rating: 4.33



Immigration Consequences of Criminal Conduct

Immigration Consequences of Criminal Conduct

Criminal prosecutions and convictions can have serious consequences on a non-citizen. This program tackles the intersection between immigration and criminal law, covering key issues such as removal proceedings and mandatory detentions, and giving tips on representing a non-resident clients.

Credits (Show All)

CA1.00
NY1.00
TX1.25

AK1.00
AZ1.00
CO1.00
FL1.50
HI1.00
MO1.30
NJ1.00
ND1.25
PA1.00
TN1.17
VT1.00
WA[Eligible for 1.25] — Must self-apply for credit.

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Rating: 4.33



Using Technology To Dismantle a Criminal Case

Using Technology To Dismantle a Criminal Case

Prosecuting and defending he-said-she-said cases is exceedingly difficult. Fortunately, today's technology can provide some assistance. With this program, criminal attorneys will learn practical tips and best practices on how to utilize technology to prepare and present a criminal case.

Credits (Show All)

CA1.00
NY1.00
TXNone

AK1.00
AZ1.00
CO1.00
FL1.00(Includes 1.00 Technology)
HI1.00
MO1.20
NJ1.00
ND1.00
PA1.00
TN1.00
VT1.00
WA[Eligible for 1.00] — Must self-apply for credit.

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Rating: 4.31



Law Enforcement: “There's An App for That.”

Law Enforcement: “There's An App for That.”

Government is increasingly turning to technology to assist with investigations. With this program, criminal attorneys will learn about investigations of peer-to-peer networks, and will gain helpful insight on how to attack these investigations by asking the right questions.

Credits (Show All)

CA1.00
NY1.00
TXNone

AK1.00
AZ1.00
CO1.00
FL1.00
HI1.00
MO1.30
NJ1.00
ND1.00
PA1.00
VT1.00
WA[Eligible for 1.00] — Must self-apply for credit.

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Rating: 4.31



2014 Supreme Court Roundup

2014 Supreme Court Roundup

Join Washington, D.C. employment law attorney Robert B. Fitzpatrick as he analyzes the key decisions handed down by the 2013/2014 Term United States Supreme Court. Cases covered include Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby, Harris v. Quinn, Lane v. Franks, and many more.

Credits (Show All)

CA1.00
NY1.00
TXNone

AK1.00
AZ1.00
CO1.00
FL1.00
HI1.00
MO1.00
NV1.00
NJ1.00
ND1.00
WA[Eligible for 1.00] — Must self-apply for credit.

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Rating: 4.26



California MCLE

Requirements: 25 hours every 3 years, including 4 hours in Legal Ethics, 1 hour of Competence Issues (formerly Substance Abuse), and 1 hour of Elimination of Bias in the Legal Profession and Society.




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