Earn More CLE Credits Online in 2020 [Infographic]
Posted on 06/01/20 By Brittany K. King
The coronavirus pandemic has drastically impacted life for professionals, both at home and at work. Conferences and events across the nation have been suspended or canceled as states continue to enforce stay-at-home orders. Because of this, many states have temporarily changed CLE requirements for attorneys that would traditionally take place in-person.
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There's no doubt the results of the 2020 general election will create numerous policy changes, and estate planning is sure to be at the top of the legislative agenda.
Although there are downsides to working from home, there is certainly one silver lining for legal professionals: more flexibility with completing CLE in 2020. Learn why now is the time to fulfill CLE credits online.