Two Live Half Day Webinars Only
WI Attorneys: This webinar is expected to qualify for 7.5 CLE credit hours
Two practical half day online webinars for both the general practitioner and the attorney whose practice is devoted primarily to family law.
The Wisconsin Chapter has assembled an excellent faculty for these webinars, and attendees will be able to download written materials prepared by the faculty prior to the webinars. Materials must be downloaded; no printed materials will be distributed.
For those individuals registering for the seminar(s), you will receive an e mail several days before the date of the seminar with the video link information, along with information about downloading the written seminar materials.
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About the Program
The Wisconsin Chapter of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers will present its 39th Annual Spring Webinars in two half day webinars on Friday, March 19 and Friday, April 30, 2021.
The only presentations will be the live webinars. There will be no video presentations at other locations on other dates.
These half day programs are designed for both the general practitioner and the attorney whose practice is devoted primarily to family law. The Judges’ Panel will give attorneys an insight as to how family court judges view and interpret various provisions of the law. A Panel of Family Court Commissioners will discuss their approaches on issues that are presented at temporary and contempt hearings.
For more information call 414-453-0800.
$100 for each half day program, $175 for both with simultaneous registration; payment to accompany application. Tuition includes course materials. Please include your email address when you register so that we can notify you when the written materials are available for download.
Please note: we will not mail receipts to registrants; your canceled check will serve as your receipt. For further information, call Atty. David B. Karp at 414-453-0800.
Cancellations: Refunds will be made in full if cancellation is received at least 72 hours prior to the seminar. There is no refund for cancellation made within 72 hours of the program (you will, however, receive access to the electronic course materials).
An application will be submitted to the Wisconsin Board of Bar Examiners for 7.5 CLE. Credit has not yet been approved.
Partial credits allowed based on actual attendance.
Course accreditation and course attendance records handled by the Wisconsin Chapter of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers.