All MCLE Jurisdictions

These Bar Associations, Law Schools, and other legal organizations have partnered with to offer a series of high-quality law practice management, technology, and ethics Continuing Legal Education webinars presented by a team of nationally recognized MCLE presenters and authors.

MCLE credit for webinars is available from these partners in these jurisdictions. Attorneys who complete any of these webinars for MCLE credit in one of these jurisdictions may also be able to apply for credit themselves in other jurisdictions where they are licensed. Similarly, if you are licensed in a jurisdiction other than one of the ones below, participating in these webinars, you may also be able to apply for CLE credit in your jurisdiction for attending one of these webinars.

Bar Association Partners
Cumberland Law School Alabama CLE Alabama MCLE
Alaska Bar CLE logo Alaska MCLE
Arizona MCLE Webinars Arizona MCLE
Memphis Bar logo - Arkansas CLE Arkansas MCLE
Internet For Lawyers California MCLE
Florida CLE Technology Webinars Florida MCLE
Kansas Bar CLE Logo Kansas MCLE
maine-header-logo Maine MCLE
Memphis Bar logo - Mississippi CLE Mississippi MCLE
Missouri Bar CLE Missouri MCLE
 Nebraska Bar Logo Nebraska MCLE
The Sharper Lawyer - Pennsylvania CLE Provider - New Jersey CLE New Jersey MCLE
New York State CLE New York MCLE
Oklahoma Bar logo Oklahoma MCLE
Oregon Bar Logo Oregon MCLE
The Sharper Lawyer - Pennsylvania CLE Provider Pennsylvania MCLE
Memphis Bar logo - Tennessee CLE Tennessee MCLE
Utah Bar Logo2 Utah MCLE
kcba_logo Washington MCLE
Wyoming Bar logo Wyoming MCLE

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June 23, 2016 at 1:25 pm

[…] Carole Levitt is President of Internet For Lawyers. She is an acclaimed CLE seminar speaker and best-selling ABA Law Practice Division co-author of seven books. Carole has also co-authored thirteen editions of The Cybersleuth’s Guide to the Internet. Her areas of expertise are: Internet research (investigative, legal, and social media); social media ethics; Google search; and Google cloud apps. Carole was a California attorney, a law librarian, and a Legal Research and Writing Professor at Pepperdine. You view Carole’s webinars on legal and investigative research here. […]