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Illinois Attorney: Continuing Legal Education

6-Hour Illinois Ethics Package
(Online On-Demand Presentations)

Satisfy your entire ethics requirement with these engaging CLE presentations. You will learn:

  • How to identify signs of impairment, why it should matter to you, and what you can do.
  • How the Rules of Profeessional Conduct apply to real estate transactions.
  • Common ethical scenarios that real estate practitioners face.
  • How to open, market and advertise a legal practice.
  • Engagement agreements, issues related to confidentiality, and ARDC compliants.
  • Creative Financing and Budget Processes.
  • ...and More!

The following recorded CLE presentations are included in this package:

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Credit:
3.75 Hour(s) Prof. Resp. (Ethics, Civility, Professionalism)
2.25 Hour(s) Prof. Resp. (Mental Health, Substance Abuse)
Tuition: $144.00

Faculty:

Moria Bernstein, Esq. is principal in the Law Offices of Moria Bernstein, and concentrates her practice in divorce, child custody, parentage, business, retirement and pension interest, support, maintenance, property, pre and post judgment marital agreements and premarital agreements. Ms. Bernstein has taught numerous seminars on premarital and marital agreements and co-authored a chapter on family law for the Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education.

Donald Hyun Kiolbassa is both a Licensed Illinois Attorney and Certified Public Accountant specializing in both Real Estate Law and Corporate Law. Donald has managed thousands of residential real estate transactions, and has extensive experience in corporate structuring and tax implications of residential and commercial real estate transactions. Donald is also a Gold Medalist for the 2008 USA Wushu ("Chinese Martial Arts") Team at the Traditional World Games in Shiyan, China. His Martial Arts moves caught the attention of Warner Bros. Games, and he is the Martial Arts Motion Capture Model for some of the biggest action based video games in the industry including but not limited to Mortal Kombat 9, Injustice: Gods Among Us (DC Comics Universe), and Mortal Kombat X. Donald is also the author of Discover Your Dragon, which translates Martial Arts Principles for character development. It is required reading in numerous schools across the country.

Hon. Susan Snow, (Ret.) retired in 2000 after serving for nearly nineteen years as an Associate Judge of the Circuit Court of Cook County, Illinois. Most of her judicial service was in the Domestic Relations Division, including the Court's pilot Unified Family Court in Bridgeview, Illinois. Judge Snow made her reputation in the court system as one who was constantly involved in attempts to improve the system. Her concern for families in transition led Judge Snow to develop and initiate special administrative services such as FOCUS on Children, the parent education program for the Circuit Court of Cook County, and the Unified Family Court Model in which she served. During her tenure on the bench, Judge Snow served as President of the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts and chaired the education committee of the Domestic Relations Division, providing monthly educational seminars for the judges in the division. Judge Snow extended her interest in education by becoming actively involved in educational programs for judges across Illinois and throughout the country. With respect to her concerns regarding issues of attorney impairment, Judge Snow has acted as a trained intervener for the Illinois Lawyers Assistance Program. Since her retirement, Judge Snow has taken a creative direction in her activities. In addition to establishing herself as a fine artist, she continues the writing and reflection on the courts' interface with families which characterized her judicial years.

Notes:

  1. The amount of CLE credits reflect the maximum amount of credit that can be earned. Only actual attendance or participation earns credit. MCLE Rule 795(e)(6).
  2. Attorneys must complete a minimum of six hours of professional responsibility credit per rule 794(d).
  3. You may carry over up to 10 hours of CLE credit. This includes professional responsibility hours earned during the reporting period, which may be used to meet the professional responsibility requirement of the next reporting period. Note that newly admitted attorneys have a different calculation for carryover credit. Details regarding carry over are avalable here.

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