Need CLE ethics credit before the end of the year?
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The ISBA’s CLE department has compiled a list of upcoming telephone- and webinar-based CLE seminars that provide ethics hours for those who need ethics credit by Dec. 31.

The Iowa Supreme Court’s Commission on Continuing Legal Education requires lawyers and judges to complete a minimum of 15 hours of legal education each year. The requirement includes a minimum of three hours every two years devoted exclusively to legal ethics.

The list, accessible here, includes topics such as "Depression and the Need for Balance,” "Competence in a Client-Lawyer Relationship. Are You Meeting the Ethical Standard?” and "The Ethics Complaint Process – and Tips to Help You Avoid It Altogether.

To sign up for a seminar, click on "Upcoming CLE” under the "CLE Information” tab at the top of the ISBA website home page, then click on "Webinars” or "Teleseminars” in the drop-down menu. Click on the desired seminar.