Join Us for Upcoming CLE Series - Programs Announced Through November

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).

PLEASE NOTE:  The April CLE has been moved to August due to changes in the presenter's schedule and availability.  

"The Lessons of the Holocaust and the Creation of the International Criminal Court" with Professor Leila Sadat, Esq. of Washington University School of Law. This program qualifies for Cultural Competency, Diversity, Inclusion and Implicit Bias CLE Credits.   
Tuesday August 18, 2020

"U.S. Supreme Court Preview" with Professor Morgan Hazelton, Esq. of Saint Louis University
Wednesday September 23, 2020  THIS CLE WILL BE IN WEBINAR FORMAT. PAYMENT MUST BE MADE IN ADVANCE.

REGISTER FOR THE ABOVE PROGRAMS BELOW. 

Additional scheduled programs-registration coming soon:  

"Update on Employment Law in a COVID-19 World"  with Dayna Deck, Esq., Senior Trial Attorney, EEOC-Kansas City Office
Thursday October 29, 2020  THIS CLE WILL BE IN WEBINAR FORMAT. PAYMENT MUST BE MADE IN ADVANCE.

"The Anxious Lawyer: Best Practices for Managing Stress" with Eric Banks, Esq. and James Fendelman, Esq.
Thursday November 12, 2020 THIS CLE WILL BE IN WEBINAR FORMAT. PAYMENT MUST BE MADE IN ADVANCE.

 

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

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Professor Leila Sadat

The Lessons of the Holocaust and the Creation of the International Criminal Court-WEBINAR

LECTURE AND CONTINUING LEGAL EDUCATION (CLE) PROGRAM:  April 28, 2020       
The Lessons of the Holocaust and the Creation of the International Criminal Court –presentation by Professor Leila Sadat,  Washington University School of Law

Fee:  $25 (Free for Library Members and SLU Law Students and Faculty)  

This program qualifies for 1.2 MO CLE Cultural Competency, Diversity, Inclusion and Implicit Bias Credits.  PLEASE NOTE: THIS PROGRAM HAS BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL TUESDAY AUGUST 18, 2020 DUE TO THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC AND A SCHEDULING CONFLICT WITH THE SPEAKER. 

Professor Morgan Hazelton

Preview of the 2020-21 U.S. Supreme Court Term

The United State Supreme Court will reconvene for its 2020-21 session in early October.  This program will focus on the most  high-profile cases that will be heard by the Supreme Court during the 2020-21 term.