MVLC Brown Bag FAQs
The presentation will be archived on the website. Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credit cannot be given to those who attend after the end of the live presentation.
Yes, this is required so that we can communicate important event details to you and contact any online participants in the case of technical difficulties during the presentation. A registration link is available on the Brown Bag main page. Attendees who register less than 24 hours before the presentation may not receive a confirmation email.
As the sponsor of this CLE, it is our responsibility per SCR 31.08(2) to promptly transmit to the board of bar examiners a list of all lawyers in attendance. Approved hours merely reflect a maximum that may be earned through attendance. Only actual attendance by the lawyer may be used to satisfy the Wisconsin requirement. (Appendix to Chapter 31, CLE 7.03) Credit will not be allowed for any program which in its entirety lasts less than 50 minutes. (Appendix to Chapter 31, CLE 7.04) As such, any lawyer who submits the attendance form but has not actually attended the entire 50-minute presentation will not be included on the list of attendees submitted to the board of bar examiners.In order to confirm your attendance, you must enter all parts of the attendance code announced during the presentation in the online attendance form within 30 minutes of the presentation. You will receive an email confirmation of your submission. Law students are responsible for recording their time in their pro bono account.
Go to the Brown Bag main page and you access them before the presentation begins.
You may ask questions during the presentation through the chat function. The session facilitator will read them aloud for the presenter to answer.
Try refreshing your screen or closing your browser window and re-opening it, as this resolves many issues. If you continue to experience problems during the presentation, email firstname.lastname@example.org during the presentation. If you believe you missed a code due to a technical difficulty, email email@example.com.