On-Demand Course Bundle Details

North Carolina 6-Hour Transactional Law Bundle for 2022

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Overview

Just need 6 more hours to wrap up your CLE requirement for the year?  If you work in a business law/non-litigation practice, then you can't go wrong with this special collection of five of our most popular recent courses for non-litigators (each course is about 1.2 hours long!  Satisfies your 2 hours of ethics CLE, as well as the new North Carolina Technology CLE requirement.

Start with an overview of the most important Recent Developments in Federal Law for 2021.  

Then get some practical, real-world tips on avoiding common mistakes in Contract Drafting, particularly where boilerplate provisions are concerned (including the standard force majeure clauses that have become extremely important in the wake of the pandemic).  

Next, come along for Billy Newman's fascinating (but also relevant) overview of what every general practitioner needs to know about copyrights and trademarks, as entertainingly illustrated by Top Headlines in Intellectual Property Law.

Finally, earn two hours of ethics credits with Ethics Issues in Wills Drafting & Estate Planning and Ethics of Online Marketing.  (This online marketing course also satisfies your annual Technology CLE requirement.)

You can watch these courses as online videos, or if you prefer, download and listen to them as mp3 audio files.    

If you would rather hand-pick the individual courses in your On-Demand CLE Bundle, you can create your own Custom Bundle!   Simply go back and click "Build a Custom Bundle" (rather than clicking "On-Demand Bundles").

And remember - every three years you must also earn at least one hour of CLE on "Substance Abuse & Mental Health Issues for Lawyers."  If this is your year to satisfy that unique requirement, you might also consider a separate purchase of one of the following courses that are approved for "Substance Abuse & Mental Health" credit:

1)  On-Demand course:  "Elementary" CLE:  Lessons in Substance Abuse, Mental Health, & Ethics Inspired by Sherlock Holmes

2)  Live Webcast:  February 24, 2022 - Ethics for Lawyers from Indiana Jones

3)  Live Webcast:  February 25, 2022 - Lessons for Lawyers from the History Books

(You can purchase and watch these Live Webcasts in their entirety.  Or -- if you only need the Substance Abuse/Mental Health hour, simply call Barristers at 1-800-874-8556 to purchase that one-hour for only $50!)

Format(s)

Online Video or Audio (MP3) Download

Credit Hours

Technology Training Credits: 1
General Credits: 4
Ethics Credits: 1

Total Credits: 6

Courses Included

Recent Developments in Federal Law - 2021

Speaker(s):

William R Newman of The University of Southern Mississippi

Description:

Our annual look at new developments in federal case law, statutes, rules, and regulations for late 2020 and early 2021.


General Credits: 1.5

Contract Drafting Basics, Part 1: Boilerplate Provisions

Speaker(s):

William R Newman of The University of Southern Mississippi

Description:

Part 1 of this very practical series of courses offers several pointers for avoiding problems that can arise from overlooking the standard "boilerplate" provisions in a typical contract.


General Credits: 1

Ethics Issues in Wills Drafting & Estate Planning

Speaker(s):

William R Newman of The University of Southern Mississippi

Description:

A discussion of the surprising array of ethics dilemmas that can arise from the routine preparation of a Will or other estate planning documents for clients.


Ethics Credits: 1

Ethics of Online Marketing for Lawyers

Speaker(s):

William R Newman of The University of Southern Mississippi

Description:

An overview of the different forms of digital marketing being used by lawyers, with an emphasis on the ethical limitations of each.


Technology Training Credits: 1

Top Copyright & Trademark Law Headlines of 2020-2021

Speaker(s):

William R Newman of The University of Southern Mississippi

Description:

Billy Newman's latest fast-paced look at recent developments in intellectual property law - presented with general practitioners in mind!


General Credits: 1.5