Membership Information

Continuing Legal Education

Opportunities for continuing legal education are offered by SCBA Practice Sections and by The Florida Bar. Members of the SCBA can check out CLE CDs from the SCBA office at no cost in order to complete their continuing legal education requirements.

Most of the local practice sections schedule at least one continuing legal education program every year. The presentations are usually a half-day in length and are worth 3-4 credit hours with approval from The Florida Bar. Every effort is made to feature local bar members as speakers and to provide comprehensive handouts.

 

The Sarasota County Bar Association has audio CDs produced by The Florida Bar. Please contact the SCBA office to reserve a CD. CDs may be checked out for a period of seven (7) business days. If you have recently purchased CLE CDs from The Florida Bar and would like to donate them to the SCBA, please contact us.

   CLE CDs Available in the SCBA Office

CLE CDs AVAILABLE IN THE SCBA OFFICE
(Updated April 16, 2014)



 Annual Ethics Update 2013
Course No. 1623C
Credit Hrs: 4.0 General/4/0 Ethics
Expires: 4/3/2015

 Masters Seminar on Ethics
Course No. 1559C
Credit Hrs: 3.5 General/3/5 Ethics
Expires: 12/28/2014

 Florida Law Update 2013
Course No. 1503C
Credit Hrs: 8.0 General/1.0 Ethics
Expires: 12/27/2014

Topics in Evidence 2013
Course No. 1495C
Credit Hrs: 7.5 General/2.0 Ethics
Expires: 9/15/2014

Attorneys Fees: Statutes Contracts Rules Ethical Considerations and Fatal Mistakes-Who is Going to Pay You
Course No. 1591C
Credit Hrs: 20. General/2.0 Ethics
Expires: 10/5/2014

Survey of Florida Law 2013
Course No. 1741C
Credit Hrs: 14.5 General/4.0 Ethics
Expires: 10/30/2014

Maintaining a TRUSTworthy Trust Account
Course No. 0793C
Credit Hrs: 1.0 General/1.0 Ethics
Expires: 5/3/2014

Lawyers as Employer
Course No. 1091C
Credit Hrs: 3.0 General/2.0 Ethics/2.5 Labor & Employment
Expires: 8/16/2014 

MEDIATION CDs

(No expiration date.)

Family Violence: New Perspectives and Approches
19th Annual Conf. for Mediators & Arbitrators, 8/2011
2.1 CME Credits, Domestic Violence

Divorce Without War: The Steak and Sizzle
19th Annual Conf. for Mediators & Arbitrators, 8/2011
2.1 CME Credits

Choose Your Words Carefully: Using Language to Reduce Conflict in Family Mediation
19th Annual Conf. for Mediators & Arbitrators, 8/2011
2.1 CME Credits

Improving Mediation Through People Skills
19th Annual Conf. for Mediators & Arbitrators, 8/2011
2.1 CME Credits

How to Avoid Impasse
19th Annual Conf. for Mediators & Arbitrators, 8/2011
2.1 CME Credits

Plenary Session: Violence Against Women: Become Part of the Solution

18th Annual Conf. for Mediators & Arbitrators, 8/2009
1.2 CME Credits, Domestic Violence & Cultural Diversity

Residential Foreclosure Mediation: A Tsunami Wave?
18th Annual Conf. for Mediators & Arbitrators, 8/2009
2.1 CME Credits

Workers’ Compensation
18th Annual Conf. for Mediators & Arbitrators, 8/2009
2.1 CME Credits

What are Acceptable Limits of Deception in Mediation?
18th Annual Conf. for Mediators & Arbitrators, 8/2009
2.1 CME Ethics Credits

Reflections on Florida Mediator Grievances: Enforcing Ethics
18th Annual Conf. for Mediators & Arbitrators, 8/2009
2.1 CME Ethics Credits

Ethical Challenges in Mediation: Deal or no Deal?
18th Annual Conf. for Mediators & Arbitrators, 8/2009
2.1 CME Ethics Credits

Domestic Violence: What Mediators Need to Know
18th Annual Conf. for Mediators & Arbitrators, 8/2009
2.1 CME Credits, Domestic Violence

Florida ADR Case Law Update
18th Annual Conf. for Mediators & Arbitrators, 8/2009
2.1 CME Credits