Regent University - School of Law

 

CLE COURSE OPTIONS

Regent Law is pleased to offer alumni the following free online CLE course options provided by Virginia CLE and detailed below.

To redeem your CLE credit:

  • After you make your contribution to “Foundations for Justice,” Law Career Services will email you the promotional code needed to redeem your free CLE course.
  • Enter in the promotional code in the “Coupon Code” section of the Virginia CLE’s checkout page.
  • Contact lawcareerservices@regent.edu should you have any difficulty redeeming your CLE.

If you are an alumnus who has already contributed to the campaign, simply email lawcareerservices@regent.edu with a request for the promotional code to redeem your free online CLE course.

Ethical vs. Moral Dilemmas in Elder Law
MCLE Credits: 1.0 
Ethics Credits Included: 1.0

In many instances, an elder law attorney may seek - or be asked - to represent multiple clients under circumstances that, on the surface, appear to respond to a proper moral code. However, these same circumstances can be rife with conflicts of interest under the Rules of Professional Conduct, such that doing the right thing may be wrong for counsel. This segment explores traps for the well-meaning as well as the means to avoid them. 

Legal Ethics for the Employment Practitioner
MCLE Credits: 1.0 
Ethics Credits Included: 1.0

A special one-hour session devoted to topics of interest to the employment practitioner. 

Capacity Issues in Executing Wills and Trusts
MCLE Credits: 1.0 
Ethics Credits Included: 0.0

Take the steps necessary to preclude litigation over capacity issues. Was the decedent incapacitated or just grumpy? Hear a discussion on how common law defines our abilities to enter into testamentary and similar documents.

Love and Death: The Interplay Between Domestic Relations and Estate Planning
MCLE Credits: 1.0 
Ethics Credits Included: 0.0

This session focuses on key considerations for any attorney with clients considering divorce or separation, and the impact of that decision on estate planning

Recent Developments in Criminal Law and Procedure
Various

 

Dean Jeffrey Brauch

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