Let’s face it, it’s been a hard year. The last thing you need is to scramble trying to get your CLE credit on time. That’s why the Law Library has put together a collection of CLEs on demand that can be viewed from anywhere and at your own pace. Each CLE is worth one hour of general self-study credit in both Ohio and Kentucky. And the best part? They’re free for subscribers!
How does it work? Each CLE is broken into 3 segments with a challenge question at the end. Watch the CLE, correctly answer the challenge questions and then fill out the questionnaire. We’ll handle the rest.
Not a subscriber? Not a problem! You can subscribe for $110 (and have access to all of our upcoming CLEs as well) or pay $50.00 per CLE.
Please note that you cannot receive credit for a CLE you already attended. Log in to our website and click CLEs on demand to access the full library.
Current on-demand offerings include:
Date Presented - 07/02/2020
Attorney Ashley Burke, of Burke & Pecquet, LLC, discusses a review of Medicaid eligibility for long term care Medicaid and basic planning options for married couples or single individuals.
Elder Abuse Awareness
Date Presented - 06/15/2020
Reference Librarian Amy L. Kurlansky partners with Attorney Matthew Barnes, of Pro Seniors, Inc., to present information regarding elements of Elder Abuse in order to help us recognize Elder Abuse as well as strategies to help clients who are dealing with abuse issues.
Complex Ohio Appeals
Date Presented - 05/13/2020
Attorney Paul Croushore discusses the process and procedures applicable to appellate litigation in state court in Ohio. It begins with a discussion of a comparison between civil and criminal appeals and the relative strategies of each, then the details of preserving issues in the trial court, the question of what orders are final and appealable, and securing a bond or stay.
Coming in 2021:
Trademark & Copyright Law
Date Presented - 11/06/2020
Attorney Lori Krafte of Wood Herron & Evans, LLP discusses Intellectual Property Law. This CLE will cover the basics of trademark and copyright law: what they protect, what they don’t, how to enhance your IP assets, and how to avoid infringing others’ rights.
Recent Title VII US Supreme Court Cases
Date Presented - 10/28/2020
Dr. Ann Marie Johnson, Esq. discusses two recent decisions of the U.S. Supreme Court. Specifically, Professor Johnson discusses the employment effects of Bostock v Clayton County Georgia, No. 17-1618 on Title VII of the Civil Rights Act 1964 as it relates to the LGBTQ community, and Our Lady of Guadalupe School v. Morrissey-Berru 591 U.S. _____ 2020 and the ministerial exceptions to Title VII for religious schools.
Date Presented - 09/02/2020
Attorney Anthony Castelli discusses Mediation as a tool to efficiently handle cases for your clients.
Date Presented - 08/28/2020
Learn about the new Fastcase 7.
What does stress have to do with it? The interplay of stress, ethics, professionalism, and addiction (2.5 hours of general self-study credit pending)
Date Presented - 12/11/2020
Attorneys Tabitha Hochscheid and Patrick Garry discuss the interplay of stress in ethics, professionalism and addiction. The inherently adversarial nature of the practice of law creates an environment where stressed lawyers, clients and judges attempt to solve problems. Stress is both good and bad and is a fact of life. Without mitigating the mental and physical effects of stress, lawyers are prone to unethical, unprofessional and unhealthy behavior. Unchecked stress can create ethical issues, unprofessional behavior, and lead to addictive behavior. Learn how to recognize stress in yourself and others. Learn how to communicate with others who are in a stress spiral. Discover the connection between stress, ethics issues, and professionalism concerns and find out how stress contributes to mental illness and addiction.