The Appellate Lawyers Association now offers CLE programs online for credit. As part of the ALA’s continuing efforts to bring programming to our members, the ALA now has two recorded programs available online: one featuring Adam Liptak of the New York Times and the other featuring Dean Erwin Chemerinsky, who this July will become the Dean of the University of California Berkeley School of Law.
In Liptak’s program, he offered his reflections on the Supreme Court’s last decade, discussed the challenges and rewards he faces as a national legal reporter, and shared stories from the front lines covering our nation’s highest court. Liptak’s program was recorded live at the Union League Club of Chicago on January 21, 2016.
In Dean Chemerinsky’s program, he discussed five topics relating to the U.S. Supreme Court: the possible outcomes of a 4-4 split on the Court; the pivotal role of Justice Anthony Kennedy; the centrality of issues relating to race in many of the Court’s cases; the confirmation of Justice Neil Gorsuch; and the long-term picture for the Court. Dean Chemerinsky’s program took place at the Standard Club in Chicago on April 21, 2017.
Each program is available to members for $25 and can be watched on any device with Internet access, including a computer, smart phone, tablet, or TV. Viewers will receive one hour of CLE credit for each program.
Instructions on how to purchase and view the programs are available here.
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