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Please Allow Six Months from the Date A Course Was Submitted for Receipt of Your CLE Certificate of Attendance

The Date on Your CLE Certificate of Attendance Will Be the Date You Took the Course

 

CONTINUING LEGAL EDUCATION (CLE) COURSES

(APPLICATIONS FOR ACCREDITATION PENDING)

NEGLIGENCE

CIVIL PROCEDURE

CRIMINAL LAW

 

BRIEF (1/2 TO 1 HOUR) “MONTHLY UPDATE” CLE COURSES

THREE COURSES FOR EACH MONTH

EARN CREDIT FOR KEEPING UP WITH THE LATEST APPELLATE DECISIONS

 

 

Note: Before Relying On Any Decision Summarized on this Site, Including the Summaries Used for the CLE Courses, Make Sure It Remains Good Law Using the Method You Trust for that Purpose. See the Discussion Under “Shepardize” in the “How to Use the New York Appellate Digest” Section on the Home Page.

 

NEGLIGENCE

THE MARCH 2019 THROUGH SEPTEMBER 2020 “MONTHLY UPDATE” COURSES HAVE BEEN ACCREDITED AND CAN BE ACCESSED ON THE “CLE COURSES” PAGE

 

NEGLIGENCE “MONTHLY UPDATE” CLE SERIES — OCTOBER-NOVEMBER 2020

Each course in this Negligence “Monthly Update” series is based upon the New York State appellate decisions addressing negligence issues released in the specified month. These brief (1/2 to 1 hour) “monthly” courses have been submitted for accreditation to the New York State Continuing Legal Education Board.

The instructions for receiving credit, the link to the accompanying “Written Materials,” the link to the “Attorney Affirmation” [where the verification code(s) is (are) entered], and the link to the “Evaluation Survey” are on each “Monthly Update” CLE course podcast page. The topics covered in each “Monthly Update” CLE course, with page references to the written materials, are listed just above the media player, which is at the bottom of each podcast page. Credit will be awarded as soon as the course is accredited by the New York State CLE Board. THE DATE YOU TOOK THE COURSE WILL BE THE DATE ON THE CERTIFICATE OF ATTENDANCE. Click on the links below to go to the “Negligence” “Monthly Update” CLE course podcast pages:

 

October 2020 Negligence Update— 1 Credit Hour—Application for New York Accreditation of this Course was Submitted on December 4, 2020, and is Currently Pending

Negligence Update October 2020

 

November 2020 Negligence Update— 1 Credit Hour—Application for New York Accreditation of this Course was Submitted on March 11, 2021, and is Currently Pending

Negligence Update November 2020

CIVIL PROCEDURE

THE MARCH 2019 THROUGH SEPTEMBER 2020 “MONTHLY UPDATE” COURSES HAVE BEEN ACCREDITED AND CAN BE ACCESSED ON THE “CLE COURSES” PAGE

 

CIVIL PROCEDURE “MONTHLY UPDATE” CLE SERIES — OCTOBER-NOVEMBER 2020

Each course in this Civil Procedure “Monthly Update” series is based upon the New York State appellate decisions addressing civil procedure issues released in the specified month. These brief (1/2 to 1 hour) “monthly” courses have been submitted for accreditation to the New York State Continuing Legal Education Board.

The instructions for receiving credit, the link to the accompanying “Written Materials,” the link to the “Attorney Affirmation” [where the verification code(s) is (are) entered], and the link to the “Evaluation Survey” are on each “Monthly Update” CLE course podcast page. The topics covered in each “Monthly Update” CLE course, with page references to the written materials, are listed just above the media player, which is at the bottom of each podcast page. Credit will be awarded as soon as the course is accredited by the New York State CLE Board. THE DATE YOU TOOK THE COURSE WILL BE THE DATE ON THE CERTIFICATE OF ATTENDANCE. Click on the links below to go to the “Civil Procedure” “Monthly Update” CLE course podcast pages:

 

October 2020 Civil Procedure Update— 1 Credit Hour—Application for New York Accreditation of this Course was Submitted on December 4, 2020, and is Currently Pending

Civil Procedure Update October 2020

 

November 2020 Civil Procedure Update— 1 Credit Hour—Application for New York Accreditation of this Course was Submitted on March 11, 2021, and is Currently Pending

Civil Procedure Update November 2020

CRIMINAL LAW

THE MARCH 2019 THROUGH SEPTEMBER 2020 “MONTHLY UPDATE” COURSES HAVE BEEN ACCREDITED AND CAN BE ACCESSED ON THE “CLE COURSES” PAGE

 

CRIMINAL LAW “MONTHLY UPDATE” CLE SERIES — OCTOBER-NOVEMBER 2020

Each course in this Criminal Law “Monthly Update” series is based upon the New York State appellate decisions addressing criminal law issues released in the specified month. These brief (1/2 to 1 hour) “monthly” courses have been submitted for accreditation to the New York State Continuing Legal Education Board.

The instructions for receiving credit, the link to the accompanying “Written Materials,” the link to the “Attorney Affirmation” [where the verification code(s) is (are) entered], and the link to the “Evaluation Survey” are on each “Monthly Update” CLE course podcast page. The topics covered in each “Monthly Update” CLE course, with page references to the written materials, are listed just above the media player, which is at the bottom of each podcast page. Credit will be awarded as soon as the course is accredited by the New York State CLE Board. THE DATE YOU TOOK THE COURSE WILL BE THE DATE ON YOUR CERTIFICATE OF ATTENDANCE. Click on the links below to go to the “Criminal Law” “Monthly Update” CLE course podcast pages:

 

October 2020 Criminal Law Update— 1 Credit Hour—Application for New York Accreditation of this Course was Submitted on December 4, 2020, and is Currently Pending

Criminal Law Update October 2020

 

November 2020 Criminal Law Update— 1 Credit Hour—Application for New York Accreditation of this Course was Submitted on March 11, 2021, and is Currently Pending

Criminal Law Update November 2020