Continuing Legal Education (CLE)

The Continuing Legal Education (CLE) program’s mission is to assist the members of The Florida Bar in their continuing legal education and to facilitate the production and delivery of quality CLE programs and publications.

Upcoming CLE Events

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On Demand CLEs

2 Lawyers, 1 Law – Family Law Case Law Update 2020

2 CLE; 2 Marital & Family Law; 0.5 of which can be used towards Ethics

Join board certified Marital & Family Law experts Reuben Doupé, Esq. and Ronald Kauffman, Esq. for an interactive discussion on key Florida family law appellate opinions in 2020. Topics will include modifications, parenting, alimony, equitable distribution, child support, relocation, enforcement, contempt, paternity, attorney’s fees, and disciplinary and ethical considerations.

Alphabet Soup: LGBTQ+ Diversity, Equality & Inclusion (DEI) for the Family Law Practitioner

1.5 CLE; 1.5 Bias Elimination; 1.5 Marital & Family Law

This CLE is designed to help the Family Law Professional to increase their DEI acumen by orienting them to what diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) are all about. You’ll learn about common language and explore key concepts that can help you begin to see how you can take meaningful action to support DEI. There will also be a discussion of potential legislative changes.

Bankruptcy and Divorce: What Every Family Law Practitioner Should Know

1 CLE; 1 Business Litigation; 1 Marital & Family Law

As bankruptcy filings continue to increase, and often interrupt domestic relations cases, this webinar is designed to provide family lawyers with the basic information that they need to proceed with their family cases and learn about Domestic Support Obligations, the difference between the bankruptcy chapters and how that affects family law, when the automatic stay applies, and which court determines what debts are dischargeable (and how).

Co-Parenting: There’s an App for That!

1 CLE; 1 Technology CLE; 1 Marital & Family Law

This course explores the ways that technology can address specific co-parenting issues and provides family lawyers a cost and function comparison of popular co-parenting applications, including Our Family Wizard and Talking Parents.

Family Law Business Valuations- Part I: What Family Law Attorneys Must Know

1.5 CLE; 1.5 Marital & Family Law

Part I of this series will go over the key fundamentals that attorneys must know about business valuations in family law cases.

Family Law Business Valuations- Part II: Business Valuations During Uncertain Times

1.5 CLE; 1.5 Marital & Family Law

Part II of this series will address the impacts COVID-19 has on valuation approaches and what adjustments are being employed by the profession.