Vermont Online CLE Bundle 2019-2020

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$109
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10 Credits
  • General8.00 General
  • General2.00 Ethics

AboutAbout This Bundle

Tailored to the Vermont attorney, our latest online bundle allows you to complete half of your CLE requirement online, including the entire ethics portion.

 

Complete with a variety of relevant course presented by lecturers who are experts in their field, our new VT bundle provides you with an engaging CLE experience.

 

Our mobile-ready courses are available on-demand and can be viewed anytime at your own pace.


Online Courses in This Bundle

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Evolutionary View of Immigration Law

This compelling and relevant course, taught by feature lecturer Mr. James Wrenn, Esq., is designed to provide an extensive overview on Immigration Law.…

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Money is the Root of...Many Ethical Violations

“Fees” rate near the top concerns for lawyers and clients alike.  Comparing ABA Model Rule 1.5 (Fees) to CA Rule 4-200 (Fees for Legal Services)…

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Practical Tips for Drafting Contracts

Contract drafting is about regulating conduct and stating facts. Therefore, it is imperative that a contract is clear, concise and effective. In this…

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The "Right" Business Entity for Your Client

Deciding on which business entity is the “right” one for clients who are starting their own businesses is a principal decision in a complex process. Which…

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Understanding Discovery in the Social Media Age

Social media presents a host of challenges for attorneys, including discovery, evidentiary and ethical questions. The myriad issues relating to the ever-evolving…

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Voir Dire: Choosing the Right Jury

Trial by jury in the United States is a fundamental right. Which is why it is a vital aspect of the trial process and incredibly important for attorneys…

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What Do I Say? Effective Deposition Preparation

In many cases, proper trial preparation is deemed more important than the execution of the trial itself. It is critical for both the attorney and his/her…

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