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With the rise of craft breweries opening at an average of two new breweries a week here in California, so do the legal issues that encompass opening these breweries. Join Candace L. Moon, Esq. of The Craft Beer Attorney as she covers the key issues involved in...
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How are people wrongfully convicted? Why would someone plead guilty to a crime they did not commit? What are the common issues that cause wrongful convictions? The program will answer these questions through real life cases of wrongful convictions which were...
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In today’s world, lawyers face various ethics issues relating to cybersecurity and data security. This program covers the ethical issues and best practices for lawyers advising in-house clients with respect to data security issues.
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The separation of families attempting to immigrate into the United States has been a controversial topic. This course will cover the federal class action lawsuit filed by the ACLU to stop family separation and require the immediate reunification of separated children...
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A criminal conviction can end a military career. This course will identify which convictions require mandatory processing, which convictions can lead to processing, and which conviction are not necessarily career-enders.
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This presentation offers an overview of the issues related to altered documents of all types, including email alterations, cut-and-paste signatures, and uncovering writing below a scribble-out.
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Criminal presentence investigation reports (PSI) are often incomplete, misleading, or otherwise inadequately prepared, and thus is not effective for mitigation purposes. This program takes in in-depth look at the common issues with PSIs and gives criminal defense...
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Mediation advocacy success requires mastery of its own set of skills. In this program, seasoned mediator Tim Warner shares his nine steps for developing these skills and achieving a great outcome for your client through mediation.
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Conviction of a crime can be a significant hurdle for someone seeking to have a spouse immigrate to the United States on a family-based petition. This program will discuss strategies immigration counsel can use to mitigate previous crimes and increase chances for a...
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In this session, attorney Marcia Harris will focus on the financial management issues attorneys representing condo associations will encounter, such as special assessments, bank loans, contracts with management companies, and collection of unpaid assessments.
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This session focuses on the application of federal law to eliminate bias in condo associations. It covers both the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Fair Housing Act, and addresses the role of counsel in educating boards about diversity, inclusion and elimination...
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Approximately 21% of Americans live in a condo, cooperative or other housing type governed by a community association. This session of LexVid's Condo Law Series will cover the governance issues related to condo associations. It will give an overview common state laws as...
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Representing bankruptcy clients often presents a number of ethical issues for the attorney/law firm. This program unravels the key ethical traps both consumer and business bankruptcy attorneys are likely to encounter.
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The 2017-2018 Supreme Court has resulted in several big cases that will no doubt have lasting implications. Join Robert Fitzpatrick as he summarizes some of the key cases of the term and makes some predictions about where the court is headed next.
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The legal landscape of commercial leasing is constantly evolving. This program will give you the latest on this dynamic topic,including drafting strategies and emerging issues.
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There has been an explosion of growth in the craft beer industry in recent years, which has led to an increase in trademark filings and trade disputes. This program covers the issues alcohol beverage attorneys need to understand when advising their clients on...
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Veterans sometimes want to upgrade their military discharge status for a variety of reasons. This program will cover the various discharge characterizations and their consequences, as well as policy changes and options for discharge upgrades.
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Title IX is a rapidly evolving piece of federal civil rights law. This program covers the key aspects of litigating a Title IX case and the most recent Title IX cases that attorneys practicing in this area need to be familiar with.
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The meeting of the creditors, otherwise known as a 341 hearing, is one of the most crucial and often overlooked components of a bankruptcy case. This program takes an in-depth look at the hearing, covering the typical questions, ideal responses, and how your client can...
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This program will explore the impact of substance abuse and mental health issues on the practice of law, including how the rules of professional conduct address these issues, and the common signs of substance abuse and mental health issues.
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Part 2 of this introductory motions course focuses on the types of motions that civil litigators commonly encounter. The course presenter covers a number of valuable practice tips in filing and defending these motions.
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Studies have shown that a well-written motion has a significantly greater chance at success even apart from the merits of the case. Part 1 of this course focuses on the art of drafting and legal writing in order to make briefs more persuasive for judges and law clerks.
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This program takes a different approach than the typical bankruptcy law course, focusing less on substantive law and more on the implementation of consumer bankruptcy law and how to deal with the real-world situations that your clients will bring you.
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There are a number of ways in fraudulently altered documents are used in elder abuse cases. This presentation looks at real case examples of this, giving elder law attorneys the tools they need to evaluate possible fraud when confronted with such a case.
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In this course, family law attorney Steven Dunn will discuss the common types of eating disorders and how they can be triggered, and will cover the ways in which courts consider eating disorders for purposes of Custody and visitation.
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New York CLE

Requirements: 24 hours every 2 years, including 4 hours of legal ethics and professionalism, and 1 hour of diversity, inclusion & elimination of bias.


Newly Admitted Attorney Requirements

Newly admitted attorneys must earn 16 transitional CLE hours in each of the first two years of admission to the Bar, including 3 hours of legal ethics and professionalism, 6 hours of skills, and 7 hours of law practice management and/or areas of professional practice*.

Effective 2016, newly admitted attorneys can complete all 14 hours of law practice management and/or areas of professional practice with LexVid.

*Unless otherwise specified, all NY credits listed qualify for areas of professional practice credit.

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