Live & Recorded CLE Seminars – Fall 2019

Offering affordable, high-quality CLE programming for Nevada lawyers and featuring General + Ethics + Substance Abuse/Addiction/Mental Health CLE Credits.

The Clark County Bar Association (CCBA)’s CLE Committee has developed a variety of programming for Nevada lawyers to earn continuing legal education (CLE) credits. Participation is open to Nevada lawyers and legal assistants who work in support a Nevada lawyers. Programs are offered as live, recorded, and alternative formats. See below for a list of programming available now:

  • “Highlights of the 2019 Legislative Session’s Changes to Probate and Trust Law”
    • Featuring Jeffrey Luszeck & Alan Freer of Solomon Dwiggins & Freer, Ltd.
    • Date: Thursday, September 19, 2019
    • Offers: 2.0 General CLE Credits for Nevada lawyers
  • “2019 Legislative Update”
    • Featuring Nevada Assemblywoman Lesley Elizabeth Cohen; Assemblywoman Shea Backus; and Assemblyman Edgar Flores
    • Date: Wednesday, September 25, 2019
    • Offers: 2.0 General CLE Credits for Nevada lawyers
  • “The Lawyer’s Use of Social Media – A Look at Hot Topics and Trends”
    • Featuring John Naylor of Naylor & Braster Attorneys at Law
    • Date: Wednesday, October 2, 2019
    • Offers: 1.0 Ethics CLE credit for Nevada lawyers
  • “Frightening Financial Transactions and How to Avoid Them”
    • Featuring State Bar of Nevada Counsel Dan Hooge
    • Date: Tuesday, October 29, 2019
    • Offers: 2.0 Ethics CLE Credits for Nevada lawyers

For more information about CCBA’s live seminars, visit https://www.clarkcountybar.org/marketplace/live-cle-seminars/.

CCBA records many of its live seminars and offers recorded versions for Nevada lawyers to stream from their desktop or mobile device. To see the list of titles available in the CCBA’s CLE Audio/Visual Library and to order online, visit our website at http://www.clarkcountybar.org/marketplace/recorded-cle-seminars/.

CCBA publishes CLE articles in the magazine, Communiqué, periodically. Nevada lawyers looking for Substance Abuse/Addiction/Mental Health (AAMH) CLE Credit, may wish to check out this article: “Beating Burnout: A Lawyer’s Guide” by By Carli L. Sansone, Esq. and Shann D. Winesett, Esq. an alternative format CLE—offering 1.0 AAMH CLE credit for Nevada lawyers—published in the Communiqué (June/July 2019). Download the article (PDF file) now at https://www.clarkcountybar.org/wp-content/uploads/CCBA-CLE-ARTICLE-6-AAMH-Beating-Burnout-Lawyers-Guide-Communique-Jun-2019.pdf.

CCBA will to report attendance for Nevada lawyers who attend CCBA seminars to the NV CLE Board. Upon completion of a CCBA CLE seminar (live or recorded) by a Nevada bar member, the CCBA will submit their record of attendance directly with the Nevada Board of Continuing Legal Education and send a confirmation of the filing to the attendee via email.It is the seminar attendees’ responsibility to report their completion of each seminar to the CCBA.If the attendee has attended the live seminar or previously rented or purchased any of these titles, CLE credit will not be awarded again.

Special thanks to CCBA’s CLE programming sponsors Bank of Nevada.