2022 Vermont Full 24-Hour Online CLE Package $102, with 2-Hours Ethics/Professionalism, 1-Hour Diversity/Inclusion, and 1-Hour Attorney Wellness | Instant Certificate

Registration Fee

$102.00

Description

The Vermont Supreme Court has issued an order allowing all Vermont attorneys to earn all CLE hours online for 2022. This $102 COMPLETE 24-hour package has qualified courses and satisfies your 2022 Vermont CLE requirement, including your 2-Hours Ethics/Professionalism, 1-Hour Diversity/Inclusion, and 1-Hour Attorney Wellness requirements. This package is for the reporting period ending June 30, 2022. Vermont Continuing Legal Education Requirements: Vermont CLE Deadline: June 30 Total CLE hours required: 24-hours over 2-years Online CLE self-study hours allowed: 12-hours over 2-years (exception being made this year) Vermont MCLE professionalism/ethics requirements: 2-Hours Ethics/Professionalism, 1-Hour Diversity/Inclusion, and 1-Hour Attorney Wellness 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
Identify and Interrupt Implicit and Unintentional Bias for a More Diverse Legal Profession: Removing the Bias Blindspot
The REAL-lity of Transactions: Avoiding Litigation in Real Estate by Understanding the Risks in the Transaction
The Supreme Court October 2019 Term: A Pandemic Year
Juvenile Law - Pretrial Issues While Representing Parents in a Child Custody Case
Navigating a Pandemic: Advising Clients on Business Interruption Insurance Coverage for COVID-19 Claims
Examination of ERISA Lien Issues in Personal Injury Matters: From Definitions to Applicable Doctrines
Professionalism/Ethics Series: How to Bring Civility to Mediation in Contentious Litigation: Recognizing Incivility and Techniques for Improving Attorney Civility In ADR
Professionalism/Ethics Series: Complying with the Model Rules of Professional Conduct while Utilizing Emerging Technology in a Law Practice
Education Law: The Law and School Reform, an Analysis of Education Law from Student Rights to Parent Organizations
Professionalism/Ethics Series: Attorney Wellbeing: Confronting Professional and Ethical Problems Caused by Alcohol and Substance Abuse
Professionalism/Ethics Series: How to Uncrazy Your Client
Analysis of Recent U.S. Intellectual Property Judicial Opinions Relating to the Defend Trade Secrets Act of 2016, 18 U.S.C Section 1836
Plain Language Estate Planning: How to Explain Estate Planning Principles and Documents to Your Client
The United States' Family Based Immigration Visa Petition Process for Foreign Nationals
Immigration Visa Process: Unlawful Presence Waivers based upon the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) Section 212(a)(9)(B)(v)
Professionalism/Ethics Series: Navigating Ethical Traps: Avoiding Prohibited Ex Parte Communications with Plaintiff's Treating Physicians
The Insurer's Duty to Defend An Insured Under A Commercial General Liability Policy: An Examination of the Policy's Grant of Coverage
Juvenile Law - Trial Issues When Representing Parents In A Child Protection Case
The Attorney's Professional Liability Policy: Tools and Techniques to Protect your Coverage
Total Hours
24.75
Taxation Hours
1.0
Elder Law Hours
1.5
Ethics/Professionalism - Diversity Hours
1.5
Real Property Hours
1.0
Government Law Hours
1.0
Constitutional Law Hours
1.0
Family Law Hours
2.25
Business and Corporation Hours
1.0
Tort Hours
1.25
Ethics/Professionalism Hours
5.5
Education Law Hours
1.0
Ethics/Professionalism - Mental Health Hours
1.0
Intellectual Property Hours
1.0
Trusts, Will, and Estates Hours
1.0
International Law Hours
2.75
Commerical/Consumer Law Hours
2.0