ALPS Continuing Legal Education
Is finding approved Continuing Legal Education (CLE) difficult for you?
- Do you struggle to find quality Continuing Legal Education?
- Was your last CLE irrelevant to the practice of law?
- Do you find most CLE too expensive?
- Is it hard to find approved Continuing Legal Education courses on-demand?
- Do you wish you could take something of value from your Continuing Legal Education?
- Does the thought of taking CLE make your brain hurt?
On-Demand Courses Available Now!
This course focuses on the principal business decisions and ethical issues an attorney should address when establishing a solo practice. Register now.
Trust account problems remain top of mind. This program covers trust accounting basics, common missteps lawyers make and office best practices to help attorneys stay on the right path. Register now.
Using a 30-item checklist this program highlights common malpractice and ethical concerns solo lawyers face with practical tips you can use. Register now.
Focusing on the importance of maintaining wellness in the practice of law, this frank discussion covers the impact of attorney impairment and practical tips that can be implemented to help firms keep it all together. Register now.
As an attorney, you got into the private practice of law to help people. Anything that keeps you from that ability can be frustrating to deal with, even it's something as simple as finding quality Continuing Legal Education. With 30+ years of experience handling claims for our attorneys, we've accumulated a lot of knowledge about best practices in avoiding situations that can lead to a claim.
As the endorsed carrier for more state bars than any other carrier, we understand the importance of providing lawyers with more than just a policy. That's why we've accumulated a wealth of live webinars and on-demand courses approved across our geographic footprint. You deserve to have someone in your corner, looking for ways to save you time and maybe even some money.
ALPS currently offers approved Continuing Legal Education in Alaska, Colorado, Delaware, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, and Wyoming. If your state is not listed, we can provide you with documentation that may be approved in your state.