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(*Please Remember: Attorneys may not receive credit for viewing the same program more than once within a 12 month period.)


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ISBA's Free FastCLE for Members

Eligible ISBA members can now select from over 525 hours of online CLE content to earn up to 15 hours of MCLE credit (including all 6 hours of Professional Responsibility MCLE credit) per bar year at no cost through our complimentary online Free FastCLE subscription. Choose topics and programs from ISBA’s top-notch CLE to meet your specific practice needs and earn enough Free Online CLE to meet your 30-hour MCLE credit requirement over a two-year period! (Live onsite programs, live webcasts, and teleseminars are not included with Free CLE at this time.) This benefit is sponsored by ISBA Mutual Insurance Company.  CLICK HERE to learn more or browse topics here!



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Members and non-members alike may purchase bundles of ISBA Law Ed programming at a discounted rate! Simply preview our complete list of available archived programs – by title or by subject area – and then make your selections. Hours remain in your account for one year from date of purchase. To learn more and register CLICK HERE!





Upcoming Live Online Events
Collapse Traffic Case Law And Legislative Updates: Changes Affecting Your Practice – Fall 2014 LIVE Webcast
Presented by the ISBA Traffic Laws & Courts Section

Don’t miss this one-hour live webcast that examines the case law and legislative updates that have taken place since the beginning of 2014! Traffic law attorneys, criminal defense lawyers, prosecutors, judges, and general practitioners attending this seminar will better understand:
  • The 98th General Assembly legislation regarding traffic and driver’s license law; 
  • Case law affecting DUI and summary suspension cases; 
  • How the new changes will affect your client; and
  • Much more! 

PROGRAM COORDINATOR/MODERATOR:
Juliet E. Boyd, Boyd & Kummer, LLC, Chicago

PROGRAM SPEAKERS:
Larry A. Davis, The Davis Law Group, P.C., Northfield
Thomas M. Moran, Ahern & Moran, Palatine


Formats Available: Live Webcast
Original Program Date: November 12, 2014
Approved Credit:
  • ISBA: 1 hour Total General MCLE Hours

  • MORE INFOMORE INFO Traffic Case Law And Legislative Updates: Changes Affecting Your Practice – Fall 2014 LIVE Webcast
    Collapse How To Create A Budget And Use It To Improve Profitability In Your Practice LIVE Webcast
    Presented by the ISBA Standing Committee of Law Office Management and Economics
     

    Creating a budget (and following it!) helps your law practice reach its goals, plan for the future, secure financing, and pay the bills. Without it, your practice risks financial ruin. Don't miss this one-hour live webcast that helps you create a budget for your practice and explains how it can be used as a strong management tool to improve the long-term profitability of your practice.


    PROGRAM COORDINATOR/MODERATOR:

    John W. Olmstead, Olmstead & Associates, St. Louis


    PROGRAM SPEAKER:

    Kevin J. Stine, Mathis Marifian & Richter Ltd, Belleville


    Formats Available: Live Webcast
    Original Program Date: December 11, 2014
    Approved Credit:
  • ISBA: 1 hour Total General MCLE Hours

  • MORE INFOMORE INFO How To Create A Budget And Use It To Improve Profitability In Your Practice LIVE Webcast
    Collapse Non-competes And Other Restrictive Covenants: What You Need To Know LIVE Webcast
    Presented by the ISBA Business and Securities Law Section

    Every business is built on the idea that it has information that is indispensible to its success – and limiting employees' use of this information is imperative if that business wants to continuing succeeding. It is equally important that attorneys representing business clients know how to draft, review, and enforce non-competes, non-disclosures, and non-solicitation agreements for their business clients. Don't miss this live webcast that not only provides a basic overview of the law in Illinois regarding restrictive covenants, but also compares Illinois law with two other jurisdictions on varying ends of the enforceability spectrum! Sample forms and drafting tips are also included. 

    Program Coordinator/Moderator:
    Cory White, The International Business Law Group, Chicago

    Formats Available: Live Webcast
    Original Program Date: January 29, 2015
    Approved Credit:
  • ISBA: 1.25 hours Total General MCLE Hours

  • MORE INFOMORE INFO Non-competes And Other Restrictive Covenants: What You Need To Know LIVE Webcast
    Collapse Trial Practice Series: Hearing on Motion for Preliminary Injunction - Morning Session LIVE Webcast
    This program was originally scheduled for October 24, 2014, but will now be taking place on March 13, 2015. We apologize for an inconvenience this may cause. 
     
    Presented by the ISBA Labor & Employment Law Section
    Co-sponsored by the ISBA Civil Practice Section

    Have you struggled with how to formulate strategy and conduct a hearing on a motion for preliminary injunction? If so, then you won’t want to miss this mock hearing that gives the information you need to help your client! Watch as experienced practitioners seamlessly present witnesses and argue the Motion for Injunctive Relief. Listen to an appellate lawyer discuss the appeal of the ruling. And learn how to respond to a Motion for Damages and Attorneys Fees for wrongful injunction. Civil practice attorneys and employment law practitioners with all levels of practice experience who attend this seminar, will better understand:

    • The distinction between temporary restraining orders and preliminary injunctions; 
    • What to anticipate when drafting Motions and planning for the hearing; 
    • Which techniques help in accomplishing your goal during the examination/cross-examination of witnesses; 
    • What needs to be accomplished in arguments on Motion for Preliminary Injunction; 
    • Issues that can arise with setting bond; 
    • How to prepare for the record on appeal; 
    • The benefits to taking the Interlocutory Appeal under Rule 307;
    • How the law measures damages for wrongful injunction; and
    • Much more!

    Program Coordinators:
    Aaron B. Maduff, Maduff & Maduff LLC, Chicago
    Cathy A. Pilkington, Law Offices of Cathy A. Pilkington, Chicago

    Program Moderators:
    Hon. William J. Borah, Illinois Human Rights Commission, Chicago

    Formats Available: Live Webcast
    Original Program Date: March 13, 2015
    Approved Credit:
  • ISBA: 2.50 hours Total General MCLE Hours, 2.50 hours Including Professional Responsibility

  • MORE INFOMORE INFO Trial Practice Series: Hearing on Motion for Preliminary Injunction - Morning Session LIVE Webcast
    Collapse Trial Practice Series: Hearing on Motion for Preliminary Injunction - Afternoon Session LIVE Webcast
    This program was originally scheduled for October 24, 2014, but will now be taking place on March 13, 2015. We apologize for an inconvenience this may cause. 

    Presented by the ISBA Labor & Employment Law Section
    Co-sponsored by the ISBA Civil Practice Section

    Have you struggled with how to formulate strategy and conduct a hearing on a motion for preliminary injunction? If so, then you won’t want to miss this mock hearing that gives the information you need to help your client! Watch as experienced practitioners seamlessly present witnesses and argue the Motion for Injunctive Relief. Listen to an appellate lawyer discuss the appeal of the ruling. And learn how to respond to a Motion for Damages and Attorneys Fees for wrongful injunction. Civil practice attorneys and employment law practitioners with all levels of practice experience who attend this seminar, will better understand:

    • The distinction between temporary restraining orders and preliminary injunctions; 
    • What to anticipate when drafting Motions and planning for the hearing; 
    • Which techniques help in accomplishing your goal during the examination/cross-examination of witnesses; 
    • What needs to be accomplished in arguments on Motion for Preliminary Injunction; 
    • Issues that can arise with setting bond; 
    • How to prepare for the record on appeal; 
    • The benefits to taking the Interlocutory Appeal under Rule 307;
    • How the law measures damages for wrongful injunction; and
    • Much more!

    Program Coordinators:
    Aaron B. Maduff, Maduff & Maduff LLC, Chicago
    Cathy A. Pilkington, Law Offices of Cathy A. Pilkington, Chicago

    Program Moderators:
    Hon. William J. Borah, Illinois Human Rights Commission, Chicago

    Formats Available: Live Webcast
    Original Program Date: March 13, 2015
    Approved Credit:
  • ISBA: 3.25 hours Total General MCLE Hours, 3.25 hours Including Professional Responsibility

  • MORE INFOMORE INFO Trial Practice Series: Hearing on Motion for Preliminary Injunction - Afternoon Session LIVE Webcast
    Collapse Using Freelance Attorneys and  Other Outsourcing Choices to Grow Your Practice and Profits LIVE Webcast
     Presented by the ISBA General Practice, Solo & Small Firm Section

    Learn how freelance attorneys can help you with overflow work
    and other temporary assignments!

    Small firm attorneys and solo practitioners occasionally run into situations where interim work arises and extra help is needed, but hiring a full-time associate to do the work would be counterproductive to the overall financial goals of the practice. Discover how experienced freelance attorneys can help you and your practice during times of a high-volume workflow with this informative half-day seminar. Solo practitioners, small firm attorneys, and transactional lawyers with all levels of practice experience who attend this seminar will better understand:
    • The ideal times and situations to give work to freelance attorneys;
    • How freelance attorneys can be used to grow your practice and your profits;
    • The ethical considerations to be aware of when hiring a freelance attorney;
    • What to expect when working with a freelance attorney;
    • Collaboration tools that make outsourcing to a freelance attorney easier; and
    • How to become a freelance attorney.

    Program Coordinators:
    Ebony R. Huddleston, Farrell Hamilton & Julian PC, Godfrey
    Leila Kanani, Intermix Legal Group, Danville

    Program Moderator:
    Leila Kanani, Intermix Legal Group, Danville
    Formats Available: Live Webcast
    Original Program Date: April 09, 2015
    Approved Credit:
  • ISBA: 3.25 hours Total General MCLE Hours, 2.75 hours Including Professional Responsibility

  • MORE INFOMORE INFO Using Freelance Attorneys and  Other Outsourcing Choices to Grow Your Practice and Profits LIVE Webcast