Upcoming CLEThe Professional Liability Fund sponsors a number of free or low-cost CLE programs for Oregon lawyers throughout the year. Register now for an upcoming seminar.
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|From Startup to Endgame: Form of Entity Considerations for Your Law Practice||06/01/2017||Practice Management||pending - PS
|Survival Tips for Avoiding Ethics Violations and Malpractice Claims - Cannon Beach||06/08/2017||Ethics||Pending - ETH
|Technology Tips and Practice Pointers - Tigard||05/16/2017||Practice Management||1.5 - PS
RegistrationEarly registration is encouraged. Registration deadlines are generally one to two weeks prior to the program date. For more information, call the PLF at 503.639.6911 or 800.452.1639. Visit the Oregon Attorney Assistance Program (OAAP) website for CLEs and Workshops offered by the OAAP.
Most CLEs include free written materials that can be downloaded prior to the program. To download materials, visit the specific program page and select Program Materials under Quick Links. We strongly recommend you download materials in advance. Free WiFi/Internet access is not available at all seminar locations.
Past CLEView our complete library of past CLEs, including streaming and downloadable programs.￼￼￼￼￼￼
MCLE ReportingFor information on MCLE reporting requirements, visit the Oregon State Bar website. Need dates, CLE program titles, or other details for your MCLE report? Visit our Past CLE page or download a list of previously offered live programs and video replays.
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