Trial.Com, the Network of Trial Law Firms, has launched its YouTube-platform CLE. The website allows in-house attorneys to watch videos and build their CLE credits in California, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Illinois, New Jersey, New York and other states in accordance with those states’ rules.
According to the Trial.com press release, “Currently 16 videos are online and more will be added shortly. The Network of Trial Law Firms has created dozens of videos in which defense trial lawyers from its 24 member law firms offer practical advice on managing the trial and litigation problems with which in-house counsel grapple daily.” Currently available programs cover keys to winning a case, relationships with in-house counsel, corporate compliance and ethics.
Each video runs approximately 20 minutes (panels run longer), and is divided into four short sections. Attendance is confirmed using codes embedded in each section which the viewer types onto the same screen that displays the video, following which a certificate of compliance is issued by the Network. The service also allows viewers to download course materials and slides while watching the videos.
Ten new videos will be recorded live at the Network’s Litigation Management Supercourse in Florida in May. Going forward, approximately 30 videos will remain online, with new videos replacing older ones every six months.
To find out more about this excellent offering, reach out to Ellis R. Mirsky, Executive Director and General Counsel of Trial.com, at 914-332-4400 or by Mirsky’s email.