Oregon Criminal Law Mini Bundle

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Courses purchased through UnitedCLE.com are provided and fully accredited by The National Academy of Continuing Legal Education, offering courses fully approved for MCLE by the Oregon State Bar. To view NACLE’s accreditation details, please click here.

25½ Credits
w/ 5.5 Ethics & 1 Abuse Reporting & 3.25 Access Justice & 1.5 Mental Health/Sub Abuse
Only $269
Courses Priced
Individually at $819

We have selected our most popular lectures and bundled them together into our Criminal Law Mini Bundle. TThis Bundle contains 25 Credit Hours of CLE Lectures - Including 5 Credit Hours of Ethics 1 Credit Hour of Abuse Reporting, 3 Credit Hours of Access to Justice and 1 Credit Hour of Mental Health/Substance use. Save time and money by choosing this option. Simply click the "Purchase Now" button and checkout!

Even for the tech-savvy attorney, the hidden dangers of email, social media and cloud based platforms may be unknown or not fully understood. This CLE course will identify and explain the risks of these tools and platforms and offer suggested soluti...
Ethics Credits:1.5
Crimmigation is where immigration law and criminal law collide. This CLE will explain how even a non-specialist attorney can effectively handle these types of cases as well as identify when a specialist needs to be enlisted. The course will cover su...
General Credits:1.5
The elusive education requirements in Oregon for reporting child and elder abuse will be revealed in this anecdote based CLE. The course will present real life examples of the impact of child and elder abuse as well as reporting responsibilities for...
Abuse Credits:1
Even after years of legislation and nation-wide public awareness, people with disabilities still often find themselves in situations where accessibility was not taken into account. This has resulted in thousands of lawsuits in federal court in the la...
Justice Credits:1.25
This course was prepared in conjunction with the National Association for Public Defense. By viewing this CLE by I am affirming that today I am neither a prosecutor nor viewing this course with the purpose of aiding the prosecution of any criminally...
General Credits:1.5
Many factors determine the outcome of a trial, but none so much as the jury. Jury selection, or voir dire, can make the difference between success and failure no matter the case. How do you determine what type of people to select? This CLE course wi...
General Credits:1.25
This riveting and timely CLE course discusses the impact of psychological analysis on factual analysis, and how criminal lawyers can utilize the humanizing process to gain better outcomes for their clients in criminal cases. Presented by attorney and...
General Credits:1.25
Ethical guidelines are straightforward in principle, but when they need to apply to real-world litigation, it can become more complicated. Between the pressure applied by clients and that of the myriad malpractice cases compounded by the quick respon...
Ethics Credits:1.75
Compensation for college athletes is set to undergo sweeping changes in 2019 with two pending class action suits, Alston & Jenkins, both in the District Court for Northern District of California. This riveting CLE course will look at the potential c...
Justice Credits:1
Crimmigation, a key element to today’s immigration defense, asks for consideration in contending with crime and illegal activity in immigration cases. This CLE course will explain how to present these issues, and how they differ from hardship issues...
General Credits:1.25
The area of attorney ethics seems to be in a constant state of flux with a steadily growing array of issues to worry about. This fascinating CLE course will cover the latest updates in legal ethics and a look ahead at what issues will arise in the c...
Ethics Credits:1
Gender discrimination and gender diversity has perhaps never been more center-stage. This CLE course will take an attorneys view of the issue and discuss them in terms of the legal profession. The course will explain pay equity in law firms, sexual h...
Justice Credits:1
Under the bright glare of media attention and with the potential for stiff penalties and long-term incarceration, federal criminal trials are no place for newbies. It takes practice and experience, as well as intensive preparation and a solid strateg...
General Credits:1
Mental illness is often considered a mitigating factor in criminal cases. This fascinating and informative CLE course will explore the mitigation strategies for clients suffering from Borderline Personality Disorder, one of the least understood yet c...
General Credits:1.25
Noted criminal defense attorney Benjamin Brafman, Esq. offers a detailed overview of the federal sentencing procedure in white collar criminal cases. The CLE course will explore the legal and factual issues to consider, especially as they relate to...
General Credits:1.5
The practice of law involves interactions with a wide assortment of people from clients and opposing counsel to judges and courtroom staff. This CLE course will present the impact of civility on these interactions and how the rules of professional c...
Ethics Credits:1.25
The Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Law, enacted in 2006, was designed to protect children for sexual exploitation, prevent child abuse and pornography and promote internet safety. In doing so, however, the law also created an amendment to IN...
General Credits:1.25
At the young age of 27, Benjamin Ferencz was assigned what would be the pivotal case of his career, and a turning point in the international legal system – the Nuremberg Trials – where as Chief Prosecutor he successfully convicted 22 Nazi defendants...
General Credits:2.5
The practice of law is known to wreak havoc on a person’s quality of life. Long hours, intense workloads and unyielding pressure can cause even the most well-balanced person becomes shells of their former selves with no time for family or friends. T...
MH/SA Credits:1.5
25½ Credits
w/ 5.5 Ethics & 1 Abuse Reporting & 3.25 Access Justice & 1.5 Mental Health/Sub Abuse
Only $269
Courses purchased through UnitedCLE.com are provided and fully accredited by The National Academy of Continuing Legal Education, offering courses fully approved for MCLE by the Oregon State Bar. To view NACLE’s accreditation details, please click here.