Spring is in the air. Just as the first balmy days ignite a stampede to the gym as bathing-suit season looms, impending birthdays send lawyers scrambling for mandatory continuing legal education (CLE) credit.

Many attorneys frantically seek a 24-credit online “one size fits all” package deal, just to meet the letter of state law. But like most quick fixes, this approach is a poor substitute for a thoughtful, individually tailored program of legal training.

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