MC Law's Continuing Legal Education Department offers a variety of seminars which provide valuable, up-to-date information for judges and attorneys. Participants not only stay abreast of changes in the law, but also have the opportunity to develop new professional contacts.
Each seminar meets the guidelines set forth in the Rules and Regulations for Mandatory Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) in Mississippi. Most courses are also accredited in other states.
Wednesday, April 26, 2017
Lunch and Learn - Family Law Society
The MC Law Family Law Society is hosting a 3 part series on the last Wednesdays of February, March, and April.
Attorneys receive complimentary 1 hour CLE credit and complimentary lunch for each session attended.
Click HERE to Register for the March 29, 2017 and/or the April 26, 2017 event.
Friday, May 05, 2017
Guardian Ad Litem - May 5, 2017
Registration is open to all parties including: Judges, Attorneys, Legal Assistants, Paralegals, and office staff who are seeking annual certification or re-certification to practice as Guardians Ad Litem.
Walk-ins will be accepted on a space-available basis.
This course has been approved for 6 hours CLE credit including 1 hour ethics.
Event will be on the campus of Mississippi College School of Law.
Overview of Youth Court Law
Termination of Parental Rights
Custody & Visitation
Interviewing a Child Witness
Children’s Mental Health
Cybercrimes Against Children
Case Law Updates/Statutory Updates
The GAL Report
Ethical Considerations for the GAL
The Role of the GAL
A View from the Bench
Common Questions from GAL’s
The Vulnerable Adult
The Children’s Justice Center
Monday, May 15, 2017
Sports Law CLE
Join Professor Michael McCann for his presentation of Sports Law.
Wednesday, May 31, 2017
CLE - Mastering DUI Trial Skills
Registration is open to defense attorneys,
prosecutors, and judges. Walk-ins will be
accepted on a space-available basis. If you plan
to attend and do not pre-register, please call the
MCSOL-CLE office at (601) 925-7107 to
determine space availability.
*Pre-registration is encouraged. *
*Limited to 24 participants. *
This course has been approved by the
Mississippi Commission on Continuing
Legal Education for 18 CLE Credit Hours
(2 Credit Hours in LL. M. Trial Advocacy