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In a press release yesterday, Lawline, the nation’s leading online Continuing Legal Education (CLE) provider, is thrilled to announce that it has been named to the 2019 list of Best Companies to Work for in New York, ranking #15 overall. This is the fourth consecutive year that Lawline has been named one of the best companies to work for in New York.  For its 100,000+ customers, Lawline is known for an easy to use…
As the legal industry becomes more competitive, law firms looking to see growth year over year need to be bringing in new business on a regular basis, which means answering this question: what do clients look for when selecting a lawyer? If your firm occupies a niche practice, you may not need to work too hard to bring in clients, but how do you stand out in a crowded field of commercial litigators or…
From the time you started law school, you have heard how important networking is – but did you learn how to do it effectively? From the first event where you stood in a corner with a plate of cheese, to the last one where you collected 40 business cards and got no referrals, you’ve learned – it’s hard to convert networking into solid leads for you or your business. While there’s no magic formula, there…
The Association for Continuing Legal Education (ACLEA) is one of those organizations that keeps a low profile but has an outsize impact on attorneys around the country. Dedicated to helping its member organizations produce quality Continuing Legal Education (CLE) for attorneys, as well as helping to shape the policies of bar associations worldwide, ACLEA provides a place for legal education professionals worldwide to gather, strategize, and produce thought leadership on how to help attorneys grow…
Cryptocurrency, virtual currencies, Bitcoin – between the IRS plan to tax virtual currencies, and the pullout of investors from Facebook’s planned currency “Libra”, cryptocurrency stays in the news. Maybe you already understand crypto and were an original Bitcoin investor, or maybe you have been fudging your way through cocktail party conversations – either way, we have the CLE you need to get up to speed. Check out the five cryptocurrency programs every attorney…
In a press release yesterday, Lawline, the nation’s leading online Continuing Legal Education (CLE) provider, announced that it is thrilled to be recognized as one of the top 10 companies for women by DataBird Business Journal. “We are truly honored by this recognition,” said Lawline’s Vice-President of Business Operations, Michele Richman. “We continually strive to make Lawline the best possible workplace for women and have focused critically on pay equity, parental leave and work-from-home…
Whether you’re trying to squeeze in some CLE before your looming end-of-year deadline, or before you travel for the holidays, Lawline has a great range of programs for you this November. With programs from recent SCOTUS cases and corporate whistleblower protections, we are keeping you up to date on the latest legal issues. Check out some of November’s CLE highlights below. How to Franchise a Business: A Practitioner’s Guide. If you’re advising a client…
What is the New York CLE requirement? For experienced attorneys, the requirement is 24 credits every 2 years. At least 4 of the 24 must be in Ethics & Professionalism and 1 must be in Diversity, Inclusion and Elimination of Bias. The remaining 19 can be in any credit category. (Newly admitted attorney? Check out this guide.) How can I complete the New York CLE requirement? Through On Demand video, audio
CLE is mandatory, but it shouldn’t be hard. That’s why Lawline offers 1500+ on-demand CLE programs, across a broad range of practice areas. And for New York attorneys, Lawline also offers a nifty tool that makes CLE compliance just that much easier: the NY Deadline Checker. Available to all New York attorneys free of charge, the tool requires just a first and last name to pull up the associated registration number, year admitted, and…
There are two kinds of lawyers in popular culture: the reserved, bookish law nerd who builds impressive legal arguments but struggles to talk to people, and the larger than life trial attorney who doesn’t struggle with anything except making time for their family. In 2020, there’s another kind of lawyer – the start-up attorney, who needs to intimately understand the needs of their entrepreneur clients and go with the flow in an industry in flux.…