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From time to time, we highlight cheap ways to satisfy your Pennsylvania continuing education requirements. Here are a few ways to get CLE credits before December for $50 or less.
- “Stress Management for Lawyers, Judges, and Paralegals,” online or via podcast, 1 ethics credit. $39 for limited time (usually $59). Pennsylvania Bar Institute.
- Cape Institute offers a ton of online, self-study one credit classes for $29.00 each, or you can get a package of four ethics or substantive credits for $66.85.
- National Academy of Continuing Legal Education offers many one-credit classes, from “An Introduction to Mental Health Care Law” to “An Anatomy of a Trial” for $50 each. You can also buy a bundle of 4 classes for $149.
- October 21. “Getting Paid Ethically: Top Billing Systems and and Tips for Avoiding Billing Problems.” 1 hour ethics credit. $40. Minnesota Lawyers Mutual.
- October 28. “Helping Domestic Violence Victims Obtain Protective Orders.” 3 substantive credits, 1 ethics credit. Free if you agree to accept referrals to obtain Protection from Abuse (PFA) orders; $80 if you don’t want to volunteer. Neighborhood Legal Services.
- November 10. “The Workplace in Wartime: USERRA Rights of Employee Soldiers.” 2.5 hours substantive credit. $30. ACBA.
- November 11. “The Life Cycle of IRS Trust Fund Tax Case: Failure to Collect and Pay Over.” 1 hour substantive credit. $50. ACBA.