New Hampshire CLE Courses

CLE Accreditation Info

New Hampshire attorneys must self-determine whether a program is eligible for credit and self-report their attendance. The United Institute for Continuing Legal Education believes that its courses meet the requirements of NH Supreme Court Rule 53 and qualify towards the annual NHMCLE requirement. To view further accreditation details, please click here.

  • Description: Based on ripped from the headlines cases, this CLE course focuses on issues that are brewing or have been the source of recent headlines but remain unresolved. The course will identify specific areas of insurance and related laws that presenter Guy Kornblum maintains will be crucial in the future. The course thereby serves as a compass to direct you to the coming year and provide insights in advance – a “heads up” approach to practicing insurance law. Read More

    General Credits
    1

    Price: $29

  • Description: Financial planning is about more than just retirement. This CLE course will address a variety of financial planning issues such as student loan debt, taxes, financial aid eligibility, and salary disbursement. The course will discuss the interrelationships between these factors and how to create annual budgets that account for them. Tax reduction strategies, family planning, loan repayment, planning for aging parents and estate planning will all be presented. Read More

    General Credits
    1.1

    Price: $29

  • Description: Cryptocurrency is changing the financial landscape in many ways. One of those is the issue of hiding assets from divorce court. Cryptocurrency such as Bitcoin can be purchased with cash, held electronically without any third party interference and transferred anonymously. This CLE course will offer attorneys a general understanding of cryptocurrency and how it operates. The course will explain how it is held by an owner and offer strategies for gathering information on a spouse’s tran... Read More

    General Credits
    1.1

    Price: $29

  • Description: Asylum law has undergone a slew of changes in the past few years. This CLE course will explain those changes with a focus on how they may apply to future asylum cases. The lecture will begin with an overview of the basic ideas behind asylum, its history and how new regulations will alter its operations. The course will then take a deeper look into how the new regulations may impact new asylum applicants, particularly those from Middle Eastern countries. Read More

    General Credits
    1.1

    Price: $29

  • Description: The legal issues surrounding sports, from the college level all the way to professionals and the Olympic players, are shockingly complex. The issues go above and beyond players and teams and relate to images and likeness, college sports and names, risk management and most recently, the 2020 Olympic Athletes Empowerment Act. This CLE course will address these issues as well as the impact that COVID-19 has had on sports and athletes. Read More

    General Credits
    1

    Price: $29

  • Description: This CLE course will offer a comprehensive review of New York laws and statutes related to child custody and child support. The course will include an explanation of terms such as sole custody, joint custody and shared custody and will also present negotiation technique, tips and strategies for conducting a child custody or child support case. Read More

    General Credits
    1.2

    Price: $29

  • Description: Litigating long-term disability insurance claims is a complex operation. No two are alike. This CLE course will explain frequently encountered issues during this process and focus on the three main topics in the litigation of such claims including the legal and medical issues, subjective disabilities and surveillance and social media. The course will also address vocational issues that arise in disability insurance litigation such as earnings requirements, job analysis and the proper use of vo... Read More

    General Credits
    1.1

    Price: $29

  • Description: What are the critical issues facing consumer and corporate attorneys in the coming year? This CLE course will explain the typical consumer laws adopted by various states and how they are being interpreted by the courts. The course will present a regulatory overview as well as enforcement actions that both federal and state regulators tend to bring and how an attorney may effectively defend against them. The impact of COVID-19 on these laws will be addressed. Read More

    General Credits
    1

    Price: $29

  • Description: Well-known instructor and published legal commentator Dov Treiman of Manhattan’s Adam Leitman Bailey, P.C., will guide you through the landscape of ethical obligations when a legal opponent is suffering from a mental disease or impairment. The CLE course will review the legal and practical considerations of navigating such a case. The presentation will be conducted somewhat informally and interactively. Comments and questions are welcome as are specific examples you may choose to prese... Read More

    Ethics Credits
    1

    Price: $34

  • Description: Criminal cases are daunting endeavors that are filled with complications. Yet beyond factual analysis and legal considerations are the ethical issues that may arise. This CLE course will explain the ethical responsibilities that every trial litigator may face. The course will present the various ethical considerations that are likely to come up before and during the trial process and these issues should be addressed and handled. Read More

    Ethics Credits
    1.5

    Price: $65

New Hampshire attorneys must self-determine whether a program is eligible for credit and self-report their attendance. The United Institute for Continuing Legal Education believes that its courses meet the requirements of NH Supreme Court Rule 53 and qualify towards the annual NHMCLE requirement. To view further accreditation details, please click here.