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The Idaho State Bar and Idaho Law Foundation, Inc. is excited to offer over 150 online, on-demand programs to assist you in meeting your MCLE reporting requirements.  With 24/7 availability, you can easily view programs whenever and wherever it is convenient.


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Please remember the following when utilizing the ISB/ILF online, on-demand services:

  • All online, on-demand programs are considered “self-study” (of the minimum thirty (30) credit hours necessary for reporting every three years, only 15 may be claimed as self study).
  • Credit will not be given for previously-viewed programs, regardless of whether the program was viewed in the current or prior reporting period.
  • Once purchased, you will have ninety (90) days to view the program.
  • Registration of multiple viewers or attendees with one registration entry is not allowed.  If you are registering multiple people for a program please create an account and register each person separately.

Annual Flagship Idaho Rules of Evidence: Tips, Traps and Trends
Annual Flagship Idaho Rules of Evidence: Tips, Traps and Trends

Join this year’s Idaho Law Foundation Annual Flagship CLE featuring some of Idaho’s most knowledgeable and experienced practitioners and judges. The group will provide in-depth perspectives on the Idaho Rules of Evidence and will share their wealth of insight into the tips, traps and trends of evidentiary issues.

LENGTH: 4 hrs

Drafting Clearer Contracts & Other Practical Skills
Drafting Clearer Contracts & Other Practical Skills

Presenter Ken Adams has been called the "guru" of contract drafting, according to Canadian periodical The Lawyers Weekly. His book A Manual of Style for Contract Drafting (ABA 3rd ed. 2013) is widely used throughout the legal profession. Mr. Adams presents at seminars in the United States and internationally, acts as a consultant and expert witness, and is a lecturer at the University of Pennsylvania Law School.

Program topics include:

Drafting Clearer Contracts
- The Front & Back of the Contract
- Categories of Contract Language
- Layout
- Using Defined Terms
- Ambiguity & Vagueness
- Selected Usages
- Drafting as Writing
- Effective Change

2013 Idaho Business Legislation Summary
Top 10 Business Law Cases
Mock Negotiation
Aspects of the Structure of M&A Contracts
Ethical Issues in Transactional Practice (PANEL)

 

Handling Your First or Next Divorce Case
Handling Your First or Next Divorce Case

Family Law Governing Council member and experienced family law attorney, John T. Schroeder of Schroeder Lezamiz, will discuss divorce cases that require legal representation - from initial client interview to final judgment.  Mr. Schroeder will review the necessary forms and detail best practices in preparation of the paperwork.  Other key components such as child support, child custody, property distribution and spousal support will also be presented.

LENGTH:  1 hr 53 min

Handling Your First or Next DUI Case
Handling Your First or Next DUI Case

Join Boise attorney Kathleen J. Elliott (Elliott Law Firm, PLLC) as she offers tips and strategies for handling the DUI defendant, from the initial client interview through trial. Ms. Elliott will discuss how to handle the initial client interview, case investigation tips, pre-trial strategies and preparing our client for trial.

LENGTH:  2 hrs 15 min

The Secrets of America
The Secrets of America's Best Lawyers: Traits & Characteristics of Highly-Effective Lawyers

Join the Hon. Larry M. Boyle (U.S. District Courts, District of Idaho) as he shares his insight regarding notable attorneys throughout Idaho and the United States, giving his perspective into their individual trade secrets to success. Judge Boyle will also revisit the traits and characteristics of highly-effective lawyers that he has witnessed over the past 40 years - as both a practitioner and a judge.

LENGTH: 57 min.


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Idaho Substantive Law Requirement 
(I.B.C.R. 402(f)(2)): 
Online courses 
on Idaho civil and criminal procedure, 
community property law and ethics.
 
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