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Why You Should Attend
California’s MCLE compliance deadline of February 1, 2024 is fast approaching for Group 2 (attorneys with last names beginning with H-M). You can satisfy (almost) all of California’s MCLE special requirements at this fast-paced and engaging event! A faculty of outstanding California lawyers and other professionals, who are recognized leaders in their respective fields, will conveniently provide the California-required subjects that you need:
- Four hours of legal ethics
- One hour of dealing with prevention and detection of competency issues in the legal profession, including stress and substance abuse. This year's featured speaker is Brian Cuban.
- One hour of elimination of bias (please note that attorneys admitted in California must now complete 2 elimination of bias credits, including 1 implicit bias credit. This program offers 1 implicit bias credit only; an additional 1 credit of Elimination of Bias and Implicit Bias is still required.
What You Will Learn
- Understand new Rule 8.3 and its implications for California lawyers
- Explore the ethics of artificial intelligence
- Investigate the latest developments in attorney ethics and the law of lawyering
- Examine the challenges to competent legal practice and identify resources to help address these issues
- Explore bias and diversity, as well as its impact on the legal profession and workplace
Who Should Attend
All attorneys licensed to practice law in California, and particularly those whose last names begin with a letter from H through M (Group 2), should attend. Note: The State Bar of California has recently announced updates to the MCLE requirements. Learn about them on PLI’s California's New MCLE Requirements page.
Earn four hours of Ethics credit
One hour of Implicit Bias credit (California attorneys are required to earn at least two hours dealing with elimination of bias. Of the two hours, at least one hour must focus on implicit bias and the promotion of bias reducing strategies. View additional Elimination of Bias and Implicit Bias programs on PLI.edu.)
One hour of Substance Abuse/Prevention and Detection Competence credit with speaker Brian Cuban.
Program Level: Basic, Intermediate, Advanced
Advanced Preparation: None.