Join Us for Upcoming CLE Series - Programs Announced Through February

The Law Library Association continues its monthly continuing legal education (CLE) programs throughout 2020. 
Save the Date for these upcoming programs.  All programs start at 12:30 PM (unless otherwise noted), last one hour and qualify for 1.2 Missouri CLE credits (unless otherwise noted).

Programs are on hiatus in July and August 2019.  

"Consumer Law" with Terry Lawson, Esq. [Joint program with Legal Services of Eastern Missouri]
Thursday September 19, 2019 at 12:30 PM  

"Civil Litigation Discovery:  Navigating Document Production Issues" with Ferne Wolf, Esq. of Silverstein Wolf
Wednesday October 16, 2019 at 12:30 PM

"Cannabis Law" with Scott Levine and Jeffrey Wax of Aegis Law
Wednesday November 13, 2019 at 12:30 PM

December program TBA

"CLE on Mediation" with Ken Chackes of Chackes Carlson LLP
Wednesday January 15, 2020

"Working with Mental Health Professionals in Your Family Law Case" with Rachna Lien, Lien Law Firm
Thursday February 20, 2020


Keep an eye on our CLE page for updates on dates, speakers and topics.  



Terry Lawson, Esq.

$1.5 Trillion: What Lawyers Need to Know About Student Loan Law

Whether or not you realize it, some of your clients are being crushed by student loans. Total student loan debt exceeds $1.5 trillion, exceeding both auto or revolving credit debt. Student loan borrowers have crisis levels of debt. About 1 in 3 student loan borrowers are in default or nearly there. Loan servicer’s and debt collector’s errors (intentional or not) vex borrowers and result in bad outcomes. Lawyers can and should play a bigger part in this crisis. Come learn the basics of student loan law, and become part of the solution.

Ferne Wolf, Esq.

Civil Litigation Discovery: Navigating Document Production Issues

What do you do when production of documents requests in a lawsuit generate responses that violate the requirements of Missouri and Federal rules? Learn about the problems of the document dump and real life examples of how courts deal with these issues.