Introducing ISBA’s Teleseminar Law Ed Programs!!
ISBA Teleseminars simply and conveniently bring continuing legal education seminars to your office via the telephone…they broadcast at noon….and they’re one-hour in length.
It’s that simple!
Convenience. Keep abreast of the latest legal trends and topics without leaving your desk! Avoid long commutes and parking garages on days you need to be in the office!
Quick. Offered as one-hour seminars, ISBA Teleseminars enhance traditional CLE programs by centering on niche topics and specific legal subjects.
Quality. ISBA Teleseminars feature leading practitioners delivering lectures or participating in panel discussions on a wide variety of high-quality programs and timely topics, ensuring that ISBA attorneys are always up-to-date on the latest legal issues!
Step 1 – Register for Topic of Your Choice.
Upon registering for an ISBA teleseminar, you will receive a confirmation e-mail containing a toll-free telephone number to call on the day of the seminar. This is an audio-only program that’s delivered via telephone – no special software needed!
Step 2 – Check Your Email.
Registrants will receive all program materials via e-mail in PDF format prior to the program.
Step 3 – Attend the Program.
Simply call the toll-free number at the appropriate time, register your attendance with the operator, and listen to the lecture or panel discussion. Registrants will be given the opportunity to ask questions at the end of each program.
Step 4 – Certification.
MCLE Certificates of Attendance will be sent to each participant via postal mail one to two weeks after the close of a program. It’s that simple!
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