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There are no CLEs currently scheduled.
The President's Speaker Series: Elwood Mead's Vision for Wyoming Water: Then and Now -- Speaker: Professor Lawrence J. MacDonnell -- March 7, 2013 -- College of Law -- CLE credit available -- Archived CLE
The Supreme Court Tackles Gay Marriage: A Lawyer's Guide to Hollingsworth and Windsor -- Speaker: John Rawls -- Thursday, February 14, 2013, 12:00-1:00 p.m. -- 1.0 general CLE credits (CLE form)
Hot Topics in Energy and Natural Resources II -- Saturday, October 27, 2012, 10:30 a.m. -- Speakers: Sam Kalen (Associate Professor of Law), Lawrence J. MacDonnell (Professor of Law), & Dennis C. Stickley (Distinguished Visiting Professor of Law) -- Room 178, College of Law -- 1.0 general CLE credit - Archived CLE
Advanced Topics in Legal Writing -- Speakers: Michael R. Smith (Professor of Law & Director of the Center for the Study of Written Advocacy, UW College of Law), Kenneth Chestek (Assistant Professor of Law & Associate Director of the Center for the Study of Written Advocacy, UW College of Law), Steve Johansen (Professor of Law, Lewis & Clark Law School), Ruth Ann Robbins (Clinical Professor of Law & Director of Lawyering Programs, Rutgers School of Law - Camden) -- July 17, 2012
Confidentiality: The Ethical Duties of of the Attorney-Client Privilege and the Work-Product Doctrine -- Speaker: Professor John M. Burman, Carl M. Williams Professor of Law and Ethics -- Wed., June 6, 2012 at 1:00 p.m. -- College of Law, Room 178 - Credit: 1.0 General, which includes 1.0 Ethics - Archived CLE
Archived copies of some past CLEs are available for viewing on the Archived Events page, along with information about how to apply for CLE credit for viewing them.
You may contact Christine Michel to register for a CLE.
If you are attending one of our CLE Lectures, we ask that you make a donation to the College of Law in the amount of $50 per credit hour. Make sure to select the fund for College of Law and list the Designation as in the field marked "other" as CLE credit. Donations to the College of Law are tax-deductible. You may use the University's online donation form.