Our attorneys, Stuart Talley and Ian Barlow, are attending the American Association for Justice (AAJ) 2015 Annual Convention in Montreal, Canada. The annual convention provides an opportunity for attorneys around the country to come together, network, and attend over 45 cutting-edge Continuing Legal Education (CLE) programs.
What is Continuing Legal Education (CLE)?
Continuing Legal Education is an important part of an attorney’s career. CLE is essentially the continuing formal education of attorneys after passing their initial admission to the bar. The law is constantly changing and evolving. Attorneys certainly gain legal experience through the practice of law. An attorney’s formal legal education, however, does not end with law school. Many states, including California, require attorneys to continue their legal education. Attending courses allows attorneys to receive up-to-date information on laws, specific legal trends, litigation techniques, and the best ways to advocate for their clients. The AAJ convention is specifically designed for plaintiff’s attorneys just like us.
The American Association for Justice (AAJ) 2015 Annual Convention
Stuart and Ian are discussing and brainstorming with other trial attorneys from around the country about how to best serve the interests of clients and get them the results they deserve.