2022 Arizona 15-Hour Discount Online CLE Package $78, with 3-Hours Ethics/Professionalism | Instant Certificate

Registration Fee

$78.00

Description

The State Bar of Arizona does not approve or accredit CLE activities for the Mandatory Continuing Legal Education requirement. These online course activities may qualify for up to 15-hours toward your annual CLE requirement for the State Bar of Arizona, including 3-hours of professional responsibility/ethics. The courses in this package contains interactives. This package is for the reporting period ending June 30, 2022. Arizona Continuing Legal Education Requirements: Arizona CLE Deadline: June 30 Total CLE hours required: 15-hours annually In Person, Webcast, or Online Interactive Programs - CLE hours required: minimum of 10-hours annually Online CLE self-study - non interactive hours allowed: 5-hours Arizona CLE professionalism/ethics requirements: 3-hours professional responsibility/ethics that can be completed through self-study online

Courses in Package

Understanding the Difference Between Tax Deductible Business Losses and Non-Deductible Hobby Losses
Fundamentals of Prosecuting Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect Cases
Thumbs Up: Fundamentals of Illinois' Biometric Information Protection Act
Enforcement and Collection of Civil Judgments
Juvenile Law - Pretrial Issues While Representing Parents in a Child Custody Case
Professionalism/Ethics Series: How to Bring Civility to Mediation in Contentious Litigation: Recognizing Incivility and Techniques for Improving Attorney Civility In ADR
Examination of ERISA Lien Issues in Personal Injury Matters: From Definitions to Applicable Doctrines
Navigating a Pandemic: Advising Clients on Business Interruption Insurance Coverage for COVID-19 Claims
Education Law: The Law and School Reform, an Analysis of Education Law from Student Rights to Parent Organizations
Analysis of Recent U.S. Intellectual Property Judicial Opinions Relating to the Defend Trade Secrets Act of 2016, 18 U.S.C Section 1836
Professionalism/Ethics Series: Ethical Litigation: A Ten-Step Litigation Plan for the Ethical Defense of a Tort Suit from the Claims Adjuster Perspective
Professionalism/Ethics Series: Navigating Ethical Traps: Avoiding Prohibited Ex Parte Communications with Plaintiff's Treating Physicians
Juvenile Law - Trial Issues When Representing Parents In A Child Protection Case
Analysis of Recent U.S. Supreme Court Intellectual Property Decisions from Copyrights and Patents to Civil Liability and Attorney Fees
Total Hours
15.5
Taxation Hours
1.0
Elder Law Hours
1.5
Business and Corporation Hours
2.0
Commerical/Consumer Law Hours
1.25
Family Law Hours
2.25
Ethics/Professionalism Hours
3.25
Tort Hours
1.25
Education Law Hours
1.0
Intellectual Property Hours
2.0