State Bar offering host of online CLE programs

Chandler, Matt
July 2012
Buffalo Law Journal;7/30/2012, Vol. 84 Issue 61, p4
The article focuses on the Continuing Legal Education (CLE) Classes released by the New York State Bar Association for the month of August 2012. The Technology in Your Practice: Trends, Tools and Ethical Rules-Online video play program on August 1 is emphasizing the trends in legal technology. It adds that a blueprint for starting a practice in the state is provided by the Starting a Practice in New York class on August 7.


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