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Build a Customized Nebraska 5-Credit CLE Compliance Bundle

Individually select approved CLE courses from our centralized online library no matter where you practice.



With this Nebraska Bundle you can complete five (5) MCLE hours, including two (2) Professional Responsibility hours online. 

The Nebraska MCLE Commission allows attorneys to take five (5) of the ten (10) required MCLE credit hours online, including two (2) Professional Responsibility hours.

Take your MCLE online at CLECenter.com with streaming audio or video courses. We bring the classroom to you!

CLE Center will report your online MCLE credits to the Nebraska MCLE Commission. Please update your MCLE Profile to include your Nebraska bar number.

You have one year from the date of purchase to complete your programs.

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When a Lie Isn’t a Lie - The Ethics of Half-Truths
What happens when a client sorta, kinda lies? Is it really even a lie? And what’s a lawyer to do about it? Well, it depends. ...is it in a tribunal or a negotiation? ...is it a statement of fact or law? In this program we’re going to try to help you keep your head afloat by explaining it all.

Stuart Teicher

1 - Professional Responsibility

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The Curious Lawyer: Bill of Rights - The Fourth Amendment
Does the Fourth Amendment - which prohibits unreasonable searches and seizures - bar law enforcement agencies from using online search histories, text messages, thermal tracking, GPS data or cellular phone pings to find and prosecute individuals? In the latest installment of “The Curious Lawyer” series, Peter Afrasiabi takes a deep dive into each of the ten amendments in the Bill of Rights, reminding us what each amendment protects and illustrating its impact on the other constitutional protections we enjoy. Whether you are a budding constitutional scholar or simply looking for interesting facts to share at a cocktail party, the Bill of Rights series is for you.

New Media Legal

1 - General

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Legal Ethics: Representing the Devil
In the latest installment of this popular series, Zach McGee examines an important question: what are your legal and ethical obligations when your client turns out to be the devil incarnate, or at the very least, a very bad and unethical person? Using the criminal fraud and conspiracy convictions of “PharmaBro” Martin Shkreli and his lawyer, Evan Greebel, as the backdrop for the discussion, Zach provides practical guidance to lawyers should they ever find themselves representing a smart, arrogant, manipulative fraudster. Rules covered include: ABA Model Rules 1.2, 1.6, 1.13, 1.16, 4.1 & 8.4

New Media Legal

1.01 - Professional Responsibility

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Three Practical Ways You Can Leverage AI Today to Make an Impact
It is not always easy to figure out how to leverage emerging technologies like AI and machine learning. Join our legal experts to learn three practical ways corporate legal departments can start using AI to make an immediate impact.

Legalweek

1 - General

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Tales from the eDiscovery Trenches, Litigation, Investigations & Cyber Oh MY!
How are leading eDiscovery professionals deploying legal technology and AI-powered eDiscovery software solutions in novel ways in 2023 from litigation to investigations, compliance to cyber? Hear from practitioners deep in the thick of the most cutting-edge eDiscovery challenges about how they leverage AI.

Legalweek

1 - General

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Stand Up CLE: Don't Try This at the Office
We all know that CLE programs are boring and a chore to watch. But we’re breaking the rules – a CLE program that’s intentionally funny and (gasp) entertaining, yet somehow still informative. Actor, writer, producer and recovering lawyer, Mark Wooster, presents a humorous take on what lawyers should – and should not – do in the service of their clients. Using clips from some famous films and television shows about lawyers as well as some real-world examples of lawyers and judges gone “rogue,” Mark will illustrate the ethics rules that apply to lawyers who get caught in unusual and embarrassing situations. Reserve your seat today and we’ll waive the two-drink minimum!

New Media Legal

1.05 - Professional Responsibility

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Litigation Double Play: Winning on Appeal and How to Know if Your Litigator is Failing You
In this installment of our Double Play series, our two, thirty-minute programs cover winning on appeal and how to know if your litigator is failing you. Whether you’ve won or lost in the trial court, pivoting successfully from trial court to appellate litigator can make the difference between losing and winning your appeal.

This program guides you through the strategic decisions you need to make and the practical steps you need to follow to brief, argue and win your next appeal. Just because very few cases end up going to trial doesn't mean you don't need to prepare for trial in every case. Successfully defending claims in litigation requires your company to tell a compelling story to the judge and jury, and trial lawyers are highly skilled at developing and telling those stories. This program provides valuable insights and advice for in-house counsel selecting outside litigators and managing litigation from commencement through to settlement or trial.

New Media Legal

1.05 - General

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Implicit Bias: Me, You, and Our Judges Too
This program explores implicit bias through the prism of improving advocacy efforts as lawyers and to assess judicial and case examples where implicit bias has appeared and may present issues for you and your clients. Peter Afrasiabi discusses strategies and actionable steps to recognize implicit bias, combat it, and enable you to make better decisions as an advocate for your clients.

New Media Legal

1.03 - Professional Responsibility

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