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CLE program at College of Law announces fall slate

October 1, 2010

The Institute for Continuing Legal Education at the Loyola University New Orleans College of Law has announced its fall 2010 schedule with a variety of programs, from informal Saturday morning sessions on campus to estate planning conferences held downtown, and online courses.

The CLE’s annual Back to School series is held on Saturday mornings in the College of Law. The fee for each is $75 for the general public or $60 for Loyola law alumni and government/nonprofit employees. The series includes:

Other conferences are held at the Pan American Life Center, 601 Poydras Street in New Orleans. Click on each for individual fees. They include:

Loyola’s CLE has also partnered with Periaktos Productions to bring Louisiana attorneys online courses that include “Thurgood Marshall’s Coming!” and “Clarence Darrow: Crimes, Causes and the Courtroom.”

“Earn ethics and professionalism credit online while enjoying dramatic and thought provoking theatrical productions from the comfort of your own home or office,” says Lana Corll, director of CLE.

Advance registration is recommended for most programs and is available at www.law.loyno.edu/cle. For more information, contact the CLE office at 504-861-5441 or 866-250-8617 or clelaw@loyno.edu.

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