Continuing Legal Education Archive

Please note this list does not include CLE programs sponsored by the National Sports Law Institute or by the Office of Public Service.

 

2017.  Annual Traveling CLE Program – Phoenix, Arizona. March 10, 2017.  6.0 CLE credit.

2017.  Hallows Lecture. Tough Talk and the Institutional Legitimacy of Our Courts, Chief Justice Patience Drake Roggensack, Wisconsin Supreme Court. March 7, 2017.  1 credit.

2016.  Nies Lecture in Intellectual Property. “Future of Technology:  Issues for Wisconsin and World?” Brad Smith, President and Chief Legal Officer, Microsoft Corporation.  November 15, 2016.  1 credit.

2016.  Barrock Lecture on Criminal Law. “Prisoners of Populism:  Understanding the Politics of Mass Incarceration,” Professor Rachel E. Barkow.  October 25, 2016.  1 CLE credit.

2016.  Intellectual Property CLE: From California to Washington, D.C. and Back.  October 14, 2016.  4 credits.

2016.  Annual Traveling CLE Program – Denver, Colorado.  September 23, 2016.  Within the 6 credits is 1 legal ethics and professional responsibility credit.

2016.  Robert F. Boden Lecture: Sound Policy in the Balance: The Uncertain Future of the Regulatory State, Howard A. Shelanski.  September 15, 2016.  1 credit.

2016:  Annual Madison CLE: Current Developments in Water Law.  May 13, 2016.  1 credit.

2016.  Annual Green Bay CLE: Current Developments in Water Law.  May 10, 2016.  1 credit.

2016.  Civil Litigation and Evidence in Wisconsin Courts.  March 4, 2016.  6 credits.

2016.  Annual Hallows Lecture: Life Tenure on the Bench: Virtue or Vice? By Hon. Albert Diaz. March 2, 2016.  1 credit.

2015. Ethics CLE. November 13, 2015. 3 credits.

2015.  Legal Essentials for Startups and Entrepreneurs (Nathan Hammons) November 10, 2015.  2 credits.

2015 Barrock Lecture.  Socializing the Subject of Criminal Law? (Nicola Lacey) October 27, 2015.  1 credit.

2015. Boden Lecture. Neighborhood Inequality and Public Policy: What Can Milwaukee Learn from Chicago and Boston? (Robert J. Sampson). September 16, 2015. 1 credit.

2015. Green Bay CLE: Religious Freedom – Federal and State Law Developments. June 4. 1 credit.

2015. Madison CLE: Revising for Effective Legal Writing. May 14. 1 credit.

2015. Nies Lecture in Intellectual Property by Henry E. Smith, Fessenden Professor of Law at Harvard Law School, Semicommons in Fluid Resources. April 16. 1 credit.

2015. Traveling CLE Program Phoenix, AZ. March 13, 2015. Within the 6.0 credits 2.0 Legal Ethics and Professional Responsibility (EPR) credits.

2015. Conference on Civil Litigation and Evidence in Wisconsin Courts. March 6, 2015. 6 credits.

2015. Hallows Lecture. Separation of Powers Controversies in the Bush and Obama Administrations: A View from the Trenches. March 3, 2015. 1 credit.

2015. Campaign Finance Regulation in Wisconsin. February 27, 2015. 3 credits.

2015. The Critical Role of the In-House General Counsel. February 20, 2015. 3 credits.

2014 Barrock Lecture. The Perils and Promise of Law and Neuroscience. November 6, 2014 • 1 credit

2014 Boden Lecture. Contract Design and the Goldilocks Problem. October 2, 2014 • 1 credit

Washington, D.C. CLE Program. September 19, 2014 • Within the 6.0 credits 2.0 Legal Ethics and Professional Responsibility (EPR) credits.

Nies Lecture. “The Propriety of Giving Difference to District Court Judges (Honorable Katherine O’Malley). April 16, 2014 • 1 credit

Civil Litigation and Evidence in Wisconsin Courts. March 21, 2014. 6 credits

Hallows Lecture: Screws v. United States and the Birth of Federal Civil Rights Enforcement. March 4, 2014 • 1 credit

Barrock Lecture: “Once a Criminal . . .”? Recidivism and Punishment in the 21st Century. November 18, 2013. 1 credit

Ethics CLE. November 15, 2013 • 3 credits

Gift & Estate CLE. November 8, 2013 • 3 credits

6th Annual Electronic Discovery Conference (Milwaukee Bar Association) November 1 • 6 credits

Annual Boden Lecture. Dark Money and the Future of Political Parties: The Real Problem with Citizens United. October 7, 2013 • 1 credit

Common Negotiation Mistakes (Green Bay, Wisc.). June 19, 2013 • 1.5 credits

Charitable Contributions: What You Should Know to Ensure Compliance with IRS Rules Sponsored by the Wisconsin Association of African-American Lawyers and Marquette Law School. May 13, 2013 • 1.5 credits

The Legal Implications Surrounding the Changing Nature of Work in This Age of New Technology and Social Media (Madison). May 10, 2013 • 1 credit

Hon. Helen Wilson Nies Annual Lecture. Patents, Markets, and Medicine in a Just Society. April 10, 2013 • 1 credit

Civil Litigation and Evidence in Wisconsin Courts. March 22, 2013 • 6 credits

Traveling CLE 2013-Phoenix
March 15, 2013 • 6.5 credits

Restorative Justice Conference: What Difference Does it Make? How the Harshest Possible Punishment Influences Family Members of Homicide Victims
February 21, 2013 • 1 credit

The Legal Implications Surrounding the Changing Nature of Work in This Age of Technology and Social Media
February 6, 2013 • 1 credit

"It Just Sounds Better": Small-Scale Tips and Techniques to Improve Your Legal Writing Style
January 31, 2013 • 1 credit

Mass Incarceration in Three Midwestern States: Causes and Trends
January 18, 2013 • 1 credit

Severability as an Erie Question
November 15, 2012 • 1 credit

Ethical Issues Arising in Service on a Nonprofit Board
November 14, 2012 • 1.5 credits

Secondary Liability for Copyright Infringement After Viacom v. YouTube, Shelter Capital, and Flava Works
November 8, 2012 • 1 credit

Are Reverse Payments by Pharmaceutical Patent Holders to Potential Generic Competitors Violations of the Sherman Antitrust Act?
October 26, 2012 • 1 credit

Conference On America's First National Crime Commission and the Federalization of Law Enforcement
October 5, 2012 • 6 credits

2012 Barrock Lecture: The Accidental Crime Commission: It's Legacies and Lessons
October 4, 2012 • 1 credit

Traveling CLE Program 2012-New York City
September 14, 2012 • 6.5 credits

Professional Responsibility, Confidences, and the Lawyer-Client Privilege
May 2, 2012 • 1 credit

2012 Nies Lecture: The Author's Place in the Future of Copyright
April 20, 2012 • 1 credit

Procedural Justice and the Courts
April 19, 2012 • 1 credit

What Nonprofit Organizations Should Be Aware of in an Election Year and Social Entrepreneurship: What It Means for Your Wisconsin Nonprofit
April 19, 2012 • 1.5 credits

2012 Hallows Lecture: Barnette, The Roosevelt Appointees, and the Progressive Embrace of Judicial Review
February 28, 2012 • 1 credit

Bartleby and Bits: The Lawyer and Scrivener in the Digital Age
February 24, 2012 • 1 credit

Instant Replay in the NFL as an Appellate Review Process
February 17, 2012 • 1 credit

Restorative Justice in High-Emotion Cases
February 3, 2012 • 1 credit

Faculty CLE Series: Ethics
November 11, 2011 • 3 credits

The Importance of Copyright and Trademark to Nonprofits in the Digital World
November 2, 2011 • 2 credits

Blowing the Whistle on Whistle Blower Laws and Policies
October 13 2011 • 1 credit

2011 Barrock Lecture on Criminal Law: Really-Challenged Philosophies of Punishment
October 6, 2011 • 1 credit

Legal Writing and Ethics
July 20, 2011 • 1.5 credits

The Contemporary Law of Same-Sex Marriage
June 15, 2011 • 1.5 credits

The Farmer's Constitution, Towards a Theory of Principled Constitutionalism (Geof Stone)
April 25, 2011 • 1 credit

Operating a Nonprofit in Wisconsin: What You Should Know After Forming a New Organization
April 8, 2011 • 1.5 credits

Hon. Helen Wilson Nies Annual Lecture: "Can the Patent Office Be Fixed?"
April 1, 2011 • 1 credit

2011 Marquette Elder's Advisor Conference: Drugs and Money in Long-Term Care
March 25, 2011 • 7 credits

A Day of CLE-Phoenix, Arizona
March 11, 2011 • 6 credits

Public Service Conference: New Directions in Consumer and Community Financial Protection
February 25, 2011 • 8.5 credits

Local Riches, Global Resources: The Local and International Water Law Landscape in the 21st Century
February 9, 2011 • 2 credits

2010 Barrock Lecture on Criminal Law: How Should We Punish Murder?
January 24, 2011 • 1 credit

Annual Wisconsin Supreme Court Conference: Review and Preview
December 3, 2010 • 7 credits

McGap: Helping Youth with Severe Cognitive Disabilities Transition to Adult Guardianships
November 19, 2010 • 1 credit

Annual Civil Litigation Conference: Modern Technology in the Courtroom
November 12, 2010 • 6 credits

2010 Boden Lecture: Melms v. Pabst Brewing Co and the Transformation of American Property Law
September 23, 2010 • 1 credit

Instant Replay in the NFL as an Appellate Review Process
May 19, 2010 • 1.5 credits

Forming a Nonprofit: A Second Conversation
April 23, 2010 • 1.5 credits

2010 Elder's Advisor Conference
March 26, 2010 • 3.5 credits

Witness Credibility in Evidence Law
March 25, 2010 • 1.5 credits

Emerging Issues in Wage and Hour Cases
March 12, 2010 • 5 credits

Conference: Ethical Issues Arising in Service on a Nonprofit Board and/or for Attorneys Representing Nonprofit Clients
January 11, 2010 • 2 credits

Evidence and Trial Advocacy in Wisconsin Civil Litigation
November 6, 2009 • 5.5 credits

Conference on the Wisconsin Supreme Court: Review and Preview
October 30, 2009 • 5 credits

Traveling CLE
October 9, 2009 • 6 credits

Legacies of Lincoln Conference
October 2, 2009 • 5.5 credits

U.S. and Global Patent-Litigation Forum Shopping
September 28, 2009 • 2 credits

2009 Boden Lecture: Why Brown v. Board of Education Was a Hard Case
September 24, 2009 • 1.5 credits

Strategic-Planning Techniques for Low-Interest-Rate, High Tax Environments
September 11, 2009 • 3 credits

Criminal Appeals: Past, Present, and Future
June 15, 2009 • 11.5 credits

Forming a Nonprofit: The First Conversation
May 13, 2009 • 1.5 credits

Inaugural Barrock Lecture: The Legitimacy of Police Among Young African-American Men
February 19, 2009 • 1 credits