Earn Annual CLE Credit at Festival of Legal Learning Feb. 10-11

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The 27th annual UNC School of Law Festival of Legal Learning takes place February 10-11, giving attendees an opportunity to complete 12 hours of continuing legal education (CLE) credits from 120 sessions focusing on a variety of topic areas.

Held at The William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education in Chapel Hill, the Festival of Legal Learning this year offers a range of educational opportunities that address such topics as consumer law, criminal law, environmental law, health law, intellectual property, immigration, trial skills, professional ethics and many more. The festival is designed to build basics, sharpen skills, provide perspectives and highlight new developments in the field of law.

“Festival offers a wonderful opportunity for lawyers to obtain their CLE credits in the most enjoyable way possible,” says Mary-Rose Papandrea, professor of law and associate dean for academic affairs at UNC School of Law. “It features UNC’s own law school faculty leading sessions on a wide variety of timely topics, as well as an opportunity to mix and mingle with hundreds of members of the bar.”

Session instructors are recognized experts in their fields and include professors from UNC School of Law, UNC School of Social Work, UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health, UNC School of Government, as well as distinguished guest faculty.

Reduced fees are available for judges, judicial clerks, full-time academics, JAG, government, non-profit and legal aid attorneys who register before January 29. Registration may be completed online.

-January 26, 2017

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