Online Classes

Finally! We have courses on-demand.

To access a course on-demand:

  • Click the hyperlink under the course titled "Registration and course access." This will take you to ProEducate's website.
  • Click the tab at top left "Course Information"
  • State - select "Louisiana"
  • Subject - select "Legal"
  • Type - select "Continuing Education"
  • A list of Loyola's on-demand courses will appear. Scroll down to the course in which you are interested.
  • To register: click ONCE on the course title then scroll down to the bottom of page and click "Continue" 

On-demand Courses Currently Available:

The Ethical Interplay of Other Benefit Schemes on LHWCA Benefits 

  • 1.0 CLE hours, includes 1.0 hour of ethics
  • Course ID 0119170701C
  • This course deals with ethical considerations in coordinating and competing benefit schemes under the Longshore and Harbor Workers’ Compensation Act (LHWCA), including – ERISA, EDD, Private Insurance, STD, LTD, Social Security Retirement, SSDI, and Pensions. 
  • Registration and course access

Professionalism in Settlement Negotiations 

  • 1.0 CLE hours, includes 1.0 hour of professionalism 
  • Course ID 0119170701
  • This course features discussions of various topics related to the Longshore and Harbor Workers’ Compensation Act (LHWCA) and the Defense Base Act (DBA). Topics include “universal offers” and the pitfalls to claimant’s counsel, fee negotiations and disclosure of offers, lump sum versus annuitized settlements, Medicare set-asides to protect medical benefits, and financial planning for the claimant post-settlement. 
  • Registration and course access

Managing Pain and the Opioid Crisis in America

  • 1.0 CLE hours
  • Course ID 0119170701B
  • This course begins with a summary of facts regarding the use of opioids in America. Then a physician discusses this issue. He begins with a history of the opioid crisis, then analyzes the federal response and various opioid guidelines, and ends with recommendations for the future.
  • Registration and course access

Issues in Medicial Care and Causation

  • 1.5 CLE hours
  • Course ID 0119170701A
  • This panel features a defense attorney, a Board Certified orthopedic surgeon, a Vice President of an insurance company, and a claimant’s attorney. The robust discussion covers topics such as natural progression versus new injuries, what constitutes cumulative trauma, handling medical care in controverted claims, medical cost containment and what constitutes a prevailing community rate.  
  • Registration and course access

A Basic Review of Wills and Trusts for the General Practitioner 

  • 2.5 CLE hours
  • Course ID 0119161208D
  • Course features a section on Wills by Beth-Anne Perez Bracey and a section on Trusts by Orr Adams, Jr. It provides practitioners with the basic knowledge of estate planning, including drafting wills and basic trusts.  It also discusses how to help clients through the legalities of planning for their own death or the death of a loved one.
  • Registration and course access 

A Basic Review of Wills and Trusts for the General Practitioner - Estate Planning/Bracey

  • 1.5 CLE hours (NOTE - this course contains a portion of the same content as the one above (course ID 0119161208D)
  • Course ID 0119161208C
  • Course features a section on Wills by Beth-Anne Perez Bracey
  • Registration and course access

A Basic Review of Wills and Trusts for the General Practitioner - The Basics of Louisiana Trusts/Adams

  • 1.5 CLE hours (NOTE - this course contains a portion of the same content as a course  above (course ID 0119161208D)
  • Course ID 0119161208B
  • Course features a section on Trusts by Orr Adams, Jr. 
  • Registration and course access

A Primer on Expropriations in Louisiana

  • 3.0 CLE hours
  • Course ID 0119161208
  • A variety of topics are discussed during this presentation by A.J. Gray ("Jack"). Including: the relationship between fundamental property rights and the public’s need for property for public purposes; due process; a comparison of relevant provisions of the United States Constitution with the Louisiana Constitution; the distinction between an expropriation of property and “appropriation” of property; regulatory taking; governmental expropriation of property for private development; just compensation; and valuation issues.Course features speaker A.J. Gray ("Jack")
  • Registration and course access

Handling Clients, Their Files, and Disciplinary Complaints

  • 1.25 CLE hours, includes 1.25 hours of law office practice 
  • Course ID 0119161221
  • Course features speaker Brian Barnes
  • Registration and course access

IP for the Non-IP Practitioner and Information Privacy Law

  • 3.0 CLE hours
  • Course ID 0119161221A
  • Course features speaker Ray Areaux
  • Part I begins with an intellectual property primer (patents, trade secrets, copyright, trademarks and franchises) geared to the practitioner. The remainder of the program reviews specific matters (whether engagements for advice, transactions or litigation and whether involving common or sophisticated ideas and technology, artistic works, brands or product distribution) that may arise in practice.
  • Part II discuss such questions as: Does the fight between Apple and the FBI mean anything to my clients? Are my clients collecting information on their customers or on visitors to their web-sites or mobile apps?  Do my clients have, or need, a “privacy policy”?  What is a “privacy policy”? 
  • Registration and course access

Section 22 Modificaiton and Trends in Reviewing Litigation Under the Act

  • 1.0 CLE hours
  • Course ID 0119170701F
  • This course discusses section 22 modification and trends in reviving litigation of claims under the Longshore and Harbor Workers’ Compensation Act (LHWCA). It begins with an analysis of various related statutes and regulations, then denotes the basic elements for a section 22 modification, tells the practitioner how to seek modification, what constitutes grounds for change, and ends with appeals and modifications.   
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Significant Judicial Updates Impacting Claims Arising Under the Act (LHWCA and DBA) 

  • 1.0 CLE hours
  • Course ID 0119170701E
  • This course discusses section 22 modification and trends in reviving litigation of claims under the Longshore and Harbor Workers’ Compensation Act (LHWCA). It begins with an analysis of various related statutes and regulations, then denotes the basic elements for a section 22 modification, tells the practitioner how to seek modification, what constitutes grounds for change, and ends with appeals and modifications.   
  • Registration and course access

Trends in Defense Base Act Claims

  • 1.0 CLE hours
  • Course ID 0119170701D
  • This panel features a claimant attorney, the co-founder and executive vice president of Abercrombie International (a global service provider of managed medical care and investigations that serves DBA carriers) and a defense attorney.  The discussion ranges from the use of out-of-state defense medical examiners and how they can violate in-state medical licensing laws to the growth, stagnation, contraction and forecast under the Trump Administration of the use of private contractors in the DBA industry to delayed onset of posttraumatic stress disorder.   
  • Registration and course access

2016 Legislative Update