Staying on top of continuing education is a critical way in which lawyers fulfill a duty to their clients. Learning about recent case law, the latest technology, and what’s coming over the legal horizon ensures you are capable of not just supporting your clients reactively, but proactively, with their best interests and the current landscape in mind.
Still, making time for that education is no small task. When your schedule is filled by client communication, case management, logistical efforts, and your own needs, it can sometimes feel impossible.
We’re excited to share a small way we can help with that challenge.
As of today, you can find a library of seven CLE-eligible, recorded sessions on the Relativity Fest website. These are free and available for you to watch at any time.
With topics ranging from international e-discovery to mobile data considerations, you can revisit the sessions you missed at Relativity Fest 2019 and earn eligibility for credit for attending after the fact.
Here’s how it works:
Step 1: Watch the video. As long as you haven’t already received credit for the session, you can watch and earn credit for any and all that you’d like. You can also view at your own pace and come back to the videos as many times as you need to.
Step 2: Fill out a brief form proving that you watched the video. Submitting it will alert our team to your participation.
Step 3: Receive a certificate of completion from us. It should hit your inbox within a few days of finishing the session(s).
Step 4: Submit the certificate to your bar association for credit.
We’re publishing these sessions now as part of our ongoing efforts to provide opportunities for our community to learn and grow despite being stuck at home. The COVID-19 crisis continues to limit how we all work and live, but isolation doesn’t need to mean stagnation.
Additionally, the library will continue to be available even after this crisis ends—so don’t feel like you need to rush through the content instead of taking your time to absorb and understand it all.
If you have any questions about these sessions or how to take advantage of them, please head over to the Relativity Community site and join the conversation. We’re here to help.