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Virginia Mini Compliance Bundle

Save time with our hand-selected Compliance Bundles tailored to satisfy your mandatory state requirements.

Includes:
4 total credits
2 Ethics credits

With the Virginia Mini Compliance Bundle you can complete four (4) MCLE hours, including two (2) hours in ethics required by the Virginia State Bar.

The Virginia State Bar allows attorneys to take eight (8) of the twelve (12) required CLE hours online, including the two (2) required hours in ethics.

You'll have one full year from the date of your purchase to complete your programs

Please click here for answers to frequently asked questions.

Buy Compliance Bundle $159.00 & nbsp;  
 

Bundle Courses

4 Courses
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Virtual Litigation: Mediations, Depositions, Hearings, and Trials
Join our expert panelist as they discuss practical tips for conducting virtual depositions, mediations, hearings, and trials.

American Bar Association

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65 minutes
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How to Avoid Malpractice: Improving Your Communication
Communicating with clients, counsel, prospective clients and others is important to the success of a firm, and good communication can avoid liability and bar complaints. This program assists attorneys in understanding the problems and improving the nature and substance of their communications, no matter their practice area.

American Bar Association

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60 minutes
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The Ethical Danger of Getting into Bed with Your Clients
Is this program really about getting into bed with our clients? Of course….but I don’t mean sexual relationships. Well, not only sexual relationships. There are a bunch of ways that a lawyer can metaphorically get into bed with their client and all of those situations are governed by the conflicts rules in Rule 1.8. Whether it’s doing business with clients, getting a bequest from a client, or some other self-serving conflict, chances are there’s an ethical implication to doing so.

Stuart Teicher

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Should We Outlaw Twitter and Reality TV for Lawyers? A Professionalism Debate
The purpose of this program isn’t to convince you that we should actually outlaw Twitter, nor do I honestly think I’d be successful in doing so (for reasons I’ll discuss below). The purpose of this program is to talk about concepts of professionalism in the practice of law. I want to show you how concepts of professionalism ask lawyers to aspire to something higher and how Twitter causes us to do the exact opposite. When we use that medium we are, far too often, behaving in a way that is antithetical to concepts of attorney professionalism. So whether you agree with me or not, hopefully you’ll at least learn about important concepts of professionalism.

Stuart Teicher