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Continuing Legal Education (CLE) at Creighton

Throughout the academic year, Creighton faculty offer seminars designed to assist legal practitioners with their practice and satisfy Nebraska and Iowa continuing legal education requirements. 

Questions regarding Creighton-sponsored CLEs can be addressed to the Career Development Office (402/280-3094 or CLE@creighton.edu).

 

Upcoming CLE Opportunities

Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Cyberspace Operations:  Some Legal and Practical Considerations from a Military Perspective.  Colonel James G. Bitzes Lecture at Creighton University School of Law.

Ahmanson Law Center, 21st and Cass Sts.
Gross Appellate Courtroom, Room 124
12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Event Description:  The Internet has become the focus of security concerns affecting individuals, businesses, and government.  Col. Bitzes will discuss his perspectives on cybersecurity risks and legal, technological, and organizational considerations affecting the development of effective responses to these threats.

Registration:  To receive CLE credit, attorneys must check in at the CLE Registration Table outside of the Gross Appellate Courtroom.

Parking:  Parking will be available in the lot east of the Law School or the visitors' lot west of the Law School at 24th and Cass Sts.

This event has been approved for 60 minutes of CLE credit in both Iowa and Nebraska.

Friday, May 16, 2014

Mangrum on Nebraska Evidence 2014

Ahmanson Law Center, 21st and Cass Sts.
Gross Appellate Courtroom, Room 124
8:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m. - 7:30 check-in

Event Description:  Professor Mangrum, in his annual one-day seminar on Nebraska Evidence, will introduce the 2014 version of Nebraska Practice, Volume 3 - Mangrum on Nebraska Evidence, West Publishing.

Professor Mangrum has been revising an evidentiary treatise on the Nebraska Rules of Evidence for many  years.  The 2014 revised and updated treatise is being published by West Publishing as the current version of Volume 3 of the Nebraska Practice Series.  It updates the treatise for any cases decided by the Nebraska Supreme Court in 2013 plus relevant federal and United States Supreme Court cases.  The published version includes an index of cases, a table of contents and library references.  Please click here for an Agenda.

Registration:  Please click here to view the program and registration form.  Check-in will start at 7:30 a.m.  The fee for the full day program and book is $280.

Parking:  Parking will be available in the lot east of the Law School or the visitors' lot west of the Law School at 24th and Cass Sts.

This event has been approved for 6.5 hours of CLE credit in both Iowa and Nebraska, including 1 hour of ethics.