Welcome to the ACBA Online CLE Center

Attorneys are busy. Finding the time to attend an in-person CLE course can be challenging. Here’s a solution: the ACBA Online CLE Center. On this site, we give you the option to watch any of a wide variety of CLEs on-demand. Watch from your home, office or on the go. In Pennsylvania, you can earn up to six CLE credits online each year. We encourage you to take advantage of this program and earn credits when and where it’s convenient for you. Here are some highlights:

  • Available online 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
  • Viewable from any desktop or mobile device.
  • View 5-minute previews of all available courses.
  • Return to a course to continue where you left off.

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Current Online CLE Courses

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Police Misconduct Update: SCOTUS, Third Circuit and Western District
This CLE program will provide a substantive update on police misconduct cases from the U.S. Supreme Court, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, and the U.S. District Court, Western District... Read More »
This CLE program will provide a substantive update on police misconduct cases from the U.S. Supreme Court, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, and the U.S. District Court, Western District of Pennsylvania. The program will cover cases from Jan. 1, 2018 to the present. Included topics will be qualified immunity, excessive force, first amendment retaliatory arrest, malicious prosecution and officer-involved shootings.
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But What Can I Do? I'm Just a [insert job title here]….Promoting Professionalism in the Legal Comm.
From ousted CEOs to nixed political campaigns due to bad behavior, some days it seems like professionalism and fairness were never the concerns of any industry – especially dealings between men a... Read More »
From ousted CEOs to nixed political campaigns due to bad behavior, some days it seems like professionalism and fairness were never the concerns of any industry – especially dealings between men and women in the workforce. You've seen the headlines, you've heard the commentators, but maybe you aren't sure what to do – especially when every word or gesture now feels like a potential minefield of risk.
 
The truth is you CAN make a difference in the working world, no matter your role or rank, on issues of inappropriate behavior and harassment. You will leave this program with a toolkit of concrete actions, resources, and strategies, big and small, for fostering professionalism in the legal community proactively, and for responding appropriately when it appears to be lacking. Using the recent experiences of fellow members of the ACBA, the panelists will demonstrate what works – and what doesn't – when addressing inappropriate conduct in the office, courtroom, or bar association events. The program will explain not only how to comply with the ethical requirements for professionalism, but why doing so is simply good business, improving retention rates, productivity, and even your bottom line. Close Full Description
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Current Practice Issues
The Probate and Trust Law Section's program will discuss and review an array of current issues including the following broader topics:  The implementation of the Public Access Policy of the Unifie... Read More »
The Probate and Trust Law Section's program will discuss and review an array of current issues including the following broader topics:  The implementation of the Public Access Policy of the Unified Judicial System of Pennsylvania for filings with the Orphans' Court and any ongoing issues experienced by practitioners  The status and significant changes of the proposed Pennsylvania Orphans' Court Rules for Guardianships.  The impact the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 has on the income taxation of estates and trusts, in particular the elimination of miscellaneous itemized deductions.  
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The implementation of the Public Access Policy of the Unified Judicial System of Pennsylvania for filings with the Orphans' Court and any ongoing issues experienced by practitioners.  
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The status and significant changes of the proposed Pennsylvania Orphans' Court Rules for Guardianships.  
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The impact the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 has on the income taxation of estates and trusts, in particular the elimination of miscellaneous itemized deductions. Close Full Description

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Don’t’ see what you are looking for? Check out all our recorded CLE courses here, and for information on all viewing options please contact Howard Booth, the ACBA’s CLE Coordinator, at 412-402-6614 or hbooth@acba.org.