The practice of law is ever-evolving. Laws are continually being amended, new deal structures pop up seemingly every day and law practice is becoming increasingly more international and more complex.

Bar associations have long recognized this aspect of the law, and many have responded by creating continuing education requirements to ensure their members are getting the consistent training they need to practice effectively. In addition, many legal employers have offered supplemental training programs to keep their lawyers abreast of the latest legal trends.

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