CLE – Continuing Legal Education

As an attorney, I am required to attend 40 hours of CLE (Continuing Legal Education) every three years.  I must admit, I love CLE since, for the most part, I loved going to school and learning new things.  The Academy of Florida Trial Lawyers, now called the Florida Justice Association, puts on the best seminars for personal injury lawyers.  Recently, I went through many of the books from my CLE seminars and put them in order for my staff to reference.  Most of the seminars I attend are one full day, although some of them have been 2-3 days.  I always come away with at least one or two useful pieces of information to use on a case, so knowledge really is power.  Here is a list of some of the seminars I have attended:

Advanced Trial Skills; 1997; Academy of Florida Trial Lawyers

Auto Negligence Seminar, August 1997 & July 2001, Academy of Florida Trial Lawyers

Auto Torts Law & Soft Tissue Injuries; Academy of Florida Trial Laywers

Basic Personal Injury Litigation; 1998; The Florida Bar

Civil Litigation; 2003; Academy of Florida Trial Lawyers

Civil Trial Litigation in Florida; 2002; National Business Institute

Collateral Sources; 1997 & 2003, Academy of Florida Trial Lawyers

Current Challenges in PIP; 2004; Academy of Florida Trial Lawyers

Depositions: Strategies, Tactics & Mechanics; Professional Education Systems

Developing the Difficult Case; 1998; Academy of Florida Trial Lawyers

Discovery Through Trial in the 21st Century; 2004; Academy of Florida Trial Lawyers

Handling the Automobile Injury Claim in Florida, 2003; National Business Institute

Innovations in Trial Advocacy; 2003; Academy of Florida Trial Lawyers

Insurance Bad Faith Seminar; 1997 & 2001; Academy of Florida Trial Lawyers

Litigation Process Seminar; 1998;

Litigation Support; 1997, Academy of Florida Trial Lawyers

Mastering the Craft of Modern Trial Advocacy; 1998; Professional Education Group

Personal Injury Litigation Practice in Florida; National Business Institute;

Personal Injury Settlements in Florida; 2001; National Business Institute

Primer on Bankruptcy; 2004, The Florida Bar

Successful Advocacy Skills for Women Lawyers; 1997; Academy of Florida Trial Lawyers

Trial Skills Annual Convention; 1997, Academy of Florida Trial Lawyers

Winning Evidence Techniques; 1998; National Law Foundation

If you’d like information from any of these seminars, please email me at fenderlaw@aol.com.

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