Continuing Legal Education at Loyola
Loyola University Chicago School of Law is an accredited Illinois CLE provider, offering programs on a wide array of legal topics intended to enhance the knowledge and skills of those licensed to practice law in Illinois.
Our mission as an educational institution is to assist individuals in becoming responsible leaders and ethical advocates for justice and the rule of law, as well as to contribute to a deeper understanding of the law and legal institutions. Focusing not only on the attorneys of tomorrow but attorneys practicing in Illinois today, Loyola is dedicated to offering affordable, high-quality CLE programming opportunities designed to enhance not only an individual's own knowledge and practice of the law, but the standards of the profession as a whole.
Upcoming CLE Programs
In June 2015, the US Department of Defense issued a new law of war manual. This is the first comprehensive US government publication on the topic in decades. As an authoritative statement of international law issued by the agency controlling the world’s most powerful military, the manual may significantly impact US civilian policy-makers, military leaders and their lawyers, as well as US courts, national leaders, and militaries around the world.
Please join us as practitioners, scholars, and legal experts familiar with the manual, debate and discuss the manual’s strengths, weaknesses, and potential effects within and the US military and beyond.
This program has been approved by the Illinois MCLE Board for 5.25 hours of General MCLE credit.
Join Loyola University’s Center for Criminal Justice Research, Policy and Practice and Civitas ChildLaw Center to develop priorities for improving the outcomes of young adults involved in the criminal justice system and enhancing the safety of our communities. This conference will culminate a year-long effort to examine challenges and opportunities arising when emerging adults are involved in the justice system. Participation is free, but space is limited, and advanced registration is required. This program has been approved by the Illinois MCLE Board for 5.75 hours of Professionalism CLE credit.
This conference will explore current legal and businesses issues that small businesses must overcome to succeed on an international level. With increased globalization, small businesses are required to engage in international work at earlier stages in their development. In particular, startup technology companies are fronting the issue of rapid advancements in technology that span globally almost instantaneously. Speakers will discuss the firsthand perspective of challenges faced by small businesses, the attorney perspective in counseling small businesses that are preparing to enter an international market, and the emerging technology industry in Chicago, with an emphasis on technology incubators. This program has been approved by the Illinois MCLE Board for 4.5 hours of credit.
Consumer Law Review Symposium: March 18, 2016
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Law Journal Conference – “Judicial Decision Making”: April 8, 2016
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Turnaround time varies after the completion of an event, but you will normally receive a certificate of attendance within 10 business days. If 20 days have passed and you have not yet received a certificate, please email LoyolaLawCLE@luc.edu. Include your name, ARDC number, and the name and date of the program you attended.
Absolutely. Please request copies of your certificate by emailing LoyolaLawCLE@luc.edu. Include your name, ARDC number, and the name and date of the program you attended.
Loyola is happy to issue a full refund up to one week prior to the date of the program.
Unfortunately, no, we do not offer partial refunds. If your plans change, we will refund your attendance fee in full up to one week before the program date.
Yes, you will. We are required to keep attendee ARDC numbers on file, so you should be contacted with a request for this information once the event is over. If you receive no such request, please email LoyolaLawCLE@luc.edu with the details of your problem, as well as the name and date of the program you attended.
Please email LoyolaLawCLE@luc.edu with your name, ARDC number, and the name and date of the program you attended. Loyola can likely offer you credit, but may ask you to verify the hours you were in attendance.
Although Loyola can only issue Illinois CLE credit, each state has their own rules for out-of-state CLE attendance, so the answer is likely yes. Please visit the website for the CLE board in your respective state for information. We often provide supplementary letters to accompany credits we issue to out-of-state attendees, so to request one of these, or for other assistance, please email LoyolaLawCLE@luc.edu.
If you have any CLE-related questions, or would like to offer comments on any of our past programming, we welcome your feedback!
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