Continuing Legal Education
Note: At this time, the Elder Law and Basic Bankruptcy seminars will be recorded and offered “online anytime” within the next two weeks. Trust Accounting is now scheduled for June 23rd. The Oklahoma City Bombing CLE event has been postponed until fall on a date to be determined as soon as possible.
Defending the DUI Case will be presented as a live webcast as scheduled on Thursday, April 23rd, and Roy Ginsburg has been rescheduled to present Build Your Practice and Exit Strategies for Retiring Lawyers on September 24th. All May programs are currently confirmed.
If you have registered for an in-person program in April or May but wish to attend an available online program, or if you would like a full refund, please call 405-416-7029 or 800-522-8065, and the CLE staff will assist you in making that change. You may review CLE information online at www.okbar.org/cle for updates.
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The CLE Department is the state’s leading continuing legal education provider. The staff works to provide relevant programs to meet members’ needs. In addition to developing and producing seminars, the department also assists the Women in Law, Diversity and Professionalism committees with events, coordinates with sections on co-sponsored seminars, provides webcasting services to sections, and plans and coordinates the Leadership Academy.
View the complete OBACLE catalog of courses or see individual categories below.
To contact the department, call 405-416-7029.
Beginning with the 2019 compliance year, members may earn all of their required 12 hours of MCLE credit by viewing any In-Person, Webcast, Audio Webcast or CLE Online Anytime program. There is no limitation on the number of CLE Online Anytime program hours for compliance. CLE Online Anytime programs can be viewed at any day or time and can be stopped and resumed at a later day or time.