The Idaho State Bar and Idaho Law Foundation, Inc. is excited to offer over 150 online, on-demand (self-study) 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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  • All online, on-demand (self-study) 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. No extensions will be granted.
  • 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.
  • Your on-demand streaming account only lists submitted credit for courses purchased through FastCLE. Full ISB attendance credits are listed through our Online Attendance Records Search.
2017 Lessons from the Masters

LENGTH: 1 hr. 32 min.

Sponsored by the Idaho Law Foundation, Inc.

Representing 93 years of commitment to legal excellence, this distinguished group of Idaho lawyers will showcase their interesting careers and provide aspects of best practices, tips for practitioners and stories that will be shared for years to come.

Presented in Moscow, Idaho as part of the 2017 Annual Meeting.

Ethics and Practical Issues in Dealing with Persons with a Developmental Disability

LENGTH: 1 hr. 25 min.

Sponsored by the Idaho Law Foundation, Inc.

This CLE will provide answers to an array of questions. Does an individual proposed to be under a guardianship have a right to his/her own attorney? Does an individual under a guardianship have the right to contract with an attorney to contest or change the terms of the guardianship after Rogers, considering IC 15-5-307(a) and IC 66-408? What are the implications of IRPC 1.14, Clients with Diminished Capacity, for the attorney or GAL who represents an individual in a guardianship? Under what circumstances should a guardianship be plenary in light of the Rogers case, IC 66-406 and IC 15-5 part 3? When does supported decision making need to be considered? What are the changes to ICAR 54.4 and 54.5? What are the implications of SB 1090 that clarifies that an individual with a developmental disability who does not have a guardianship and has capacity to make decisions is allowed to make decisions?

Presented in Moscow, Idaho as part of the 2017 Annual Meeting.

Flood Control, Salmon, Dams and Treaties: Regional Issues Affecting Idaho's Water Users

LENGTH: 53 min.

Presented as part of the 2017 Mobile Monday CLE Series.

Handling Your First or Next Divorce Case


LENGTH: 1 hr. 52 min.

Sponsored by the Idaho Law Foundation, Inc. with Official Corporate Sponsor LawPay Credit Card Processing

Former Family Law Section Governing Council member and experienced family law attorney, John T. Schroeder of Schroeder Lezamiz, will discuss divorce cases that require legal representation - from inital 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.

Handling Your First or Next Workers Compensation Case

LENGTH: 2 hrs. 5 min.

Sponsored by the Idaho Law Foundation, Inc.

Learn how to take a workers’ compensation case through the Idaho Industrial Commission from experienced workers’ compensation attorneys who represent employees and employers/insurers. Christopher E. Caldwell, Caldwell Law Group, PLLC, and Matthew J. Vook, The Law Offices of Kent W. Day, will walk you through processes and procedures, advise you on best practices and provide the information you need to successfully manage a case from intake to hearing. Topics include case selection, intake to filing, investigation, and discovery and hearings.

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