Continuing Legal Education

Franklin County Bar Association offers distance learning CLEs. Please CLICK HERE to view all CLEs offered by FCBA. PA attorneys may complete 6 distance learning CLEs per compliance year. Visit PACLE.org to learn more.

 

Introduction to Immigration Continuing Legal Education Series   

Have you considered adding immigration law to your practice or simply interested in learning more about this hot topic?  The Introduction to Immigration CLE Series will provide you with a basic understanding of immigration law and is intended for practitioners who have no or very little immigration law experience.  Immigration law is a complex topic.  This CLE series will provide the basic groundwork to assist someone in starting to learn the various components of the system.  The following are a list of sessions with brief descriptions:

Introduction to Immigration: What do all these acronyms mean? CLICK HERE for Immigration 101    Session 1 will focus on laying the groundwork necessary to understand the various aspects of immigration with a specific focus on providing background on all of the terms and acronyms used within immigration. 

 

Spanish for Lawyers Series (Intermediate Level) $10 per substantive CLE

The Franklin County Bar Association is presenting this special series at a discounted rate to assist attorneys in developing their Spanish language skills.  These courses are taught in Spanish without subtitles, with each course focusing on a different area of legal practice.  These courses are now available for only $10 each for CLE credit, and all are also offered for free as a non-credit course.

Credit Courses: Noncredit Courses:
Intro to Spanish for Lawyers Intro to Spanish for Lawyers
Criminal Law Criminal Law
Family Law Family Law
Immigration & Personal Injury Immigration 
  Personal Injury

 

 

Franklin County Bar Association offers many lunch & learn CLEs and PA Bar Institute CLEs. Please visit OUR EVENTS CALENDAR to see the current schedule.

 

Distance Courses are also available from Butler County Bar Association, Fayette County Bar Association, and Westmoreland Bar Association.