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Build a Customized Tennessee 15 Credit CLE Compliance Bundle

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



This Tennessee 15-Credit Bundle allows you to add up to fifteen (15) CLE hours, including three (3) hours of Ethics/Professionalism (Dual) to it for $229.

November 1, 2022: EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY the Supreme Court of Tennessee has entered a new order permanently removing the limitations on distance learning CLE. Attorneys can now earn all fifteen (15) credits through online, distance learning.

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


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Federal Tax Controversy: IRS Enforcement Trends and Developments
The increased IRS enforcement underscores the continuous demand to invest in information technology capabilities to better cope with the emerging challenges. Additionally, financial institutions need to ensure that existing tax procedures are aligned with the latest tax litigation developments. Our panel of key thought leaders and practitioners will offer a discussion of the latest and significant issues surrounding federal tax controversy as well as the IRS enforcement trends and developments. This program aims to help you avoid potential tax compliance risks and disputes.

The Knowledge Group

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AI & Privacy Risks: Building a Framework to Balance Innovation & Protection
As AI continues to revolutionize various aspects of our lives, concerns about data privacy, security, and ethical implications have become increasingly prevalent. Join this session as we explore the inherent risks and threats that arise when AI interacts with personal data, the type of frameworks that can be introduced to protect your organization, and the ethical conundrums that arise from AI.

General Counsel Conference

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Negotiation Ethics for Lawyers: Hollywood Edition - Part One
In the latest installment in the popular “Negotiation Ethics for Lawyers” series, Zach McGee switches gears to show how negotiations are portrayed in some popular films. In part one, the subject is the remarkable film “Hotel Rwanda” where the main character, Paul Rusesabagina, played by Don Cheadle, pulls out every negotiation “dirty trick” in the book while he literally negotiates for his life and the lives of his family during the Rwandan genocide. Zach draws lessons from these examples that you can use in your next real world negotiation and illustrates the legal ethics rules that apply to lawyers when we negotiate. Rules covered includes: ABA Model Rules 1.7 4.1 & 8.4; Cal. Business & Professions Code Sec. 6068.

New Media Legal

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We've Been Hacked! Combating Cyber Attacks & Emerging Threats
The insurance industry continues to experience large growth in digital fraud attempts, but all industries are at risk as ransomware and social engineering claims continue to rise. This panel will warn against the new, sneaky ways you are being hacked, and emerging threats in cyberattacks, as well as offer expert advice on cybersecurity best practices and how to keep up with the changing fraud patterns.

Property Casualty 360

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The Ethics of ChatGPT and Other AI
So you’ve heard of this ChatGPT thing? I guess that means we should talk about it. Of course, this program isn’t only about ChatGPT. To properly understand the ethics issues in that program, we actually have to go a little deeper. So in this program we’ll be talking about the different ethics issues that impact both ChatGPT, artificial intelligence (generally), and a few other new technologies that are relevant to the discussion of generative AI.

Stuart Teicher

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The Curious Lawyer: Sex, Videotapes, and Lies
In the next installment of this popular series, Peter Afrasiabi takes a fun look at what the Constitution – as well as the criminal and tort law – have to say about sex, including those who choose to record it or lie about it. This program includes an overview of laws regulating sexual behavior (e.g., adultery, incest, obscenity), voyeurism (e.g., pornography, revenge porn, peeping Tom laws) and lying about sex (e.g., right to lie, perjury).

New Media Legal

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Appellate Oral Arguments: Nuts and Bolts and Do’s and Don’ts
Whether you’ve won or lost in the trial court, winning your case on appeal requires an entirely different approach in terms of your strategy and the mechanics of presenting your case to the appellate court. Pivoting successfully from trial court to appellate litigator can make the difference between losing and winning your appeal. Peter Afrasiabi, Co-Director of the Appellate Practice Clinic at the UC Irvine School of Law and the Appellate Practice Chair at One LLP, provides sage advice on how to prepare for and present your oral argument to an appellate court to help you win your next appeal.

New Media Legal

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Advanced Advocacy of Storytelling & Credibility
The world’s best advocates – starting with Cicero and carrying forward to the most skilled orators of today – use storytelling and credibility to make arguments that persuade and move their audiences. Because law schools and many law firms don’t teach or reward these polestars of advocacy, many lawyers lack these critical skills. This program in advanced advocacy teaches you how to become a gifted and credible storyteller capable of crafting truly compelling arguments on behalf of your clients.

New Media Legal

1.17 - General

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