As paralegals, we know it's important to never stop learning and keep our skills fresh and relevant. Add to that, the requirement to report continuing legal education credits to a variety of different entities. While many firms pay for the continuing education requirements for attorneys, many of those same firms do not cover those expenses for their paralegals even though they benefit from the education and certification of their paralegals. Even when firms do pay, it can be time consuming to collect all of the necessary credits, especially if you've waited until the last minute.
The annual Paralegals Navigating Perilous Waters cruise event is a fun and convenient way for paralegals to obtain a large chunk of their CLE credits at a really reasonable cost while enjoying a fantastic tropical cruise vacation. Of course, there is a lot more to the cruise than CLE and you won't find yourself falling asleep in a boring conference room, so make sure you check out the next cruise and join us in person!
If you missed the 2017 Paralegal Cruise but need CLE credits or just want to benefit from the awesome continuing information provided by our hand picked speakers, the great news is that you can still sign up for a virtual pass and receive access to many of the same benefits our attendees receive including recordings of the CLE seminars to do at your convenience.
BONUS! You'll also receive my totally awesome Master Time Entry List that contains over 50 pages loaded with over 600 sample time entries separated by category and fully word searchable AND copy/pasteable! Supercharge your billing practices today!
The following seminars are included in the 2017 Paralegal Cruise:
Continuing Legal Education Credit (CLE)
NALA: March 4-8, 2017, 2017 Paralegals Navigating Perilous Waters Cruise Event to be held on the Norwegian Epic Cruise Ship, sponsored by Perfectly Paralegal Consulting, Inc., is approved for 30.5 CLE credit, including 6.0 Ethics CLE and 7.5 Non Substantive CLE credit.
FRP: As approved by NALA, this seminar meets the requirements under Rule 20-6.1 of the Rules Regulating The Florida Bar for 30.5 hours of continuing legal education credit required to maintain the FRP credential.
Please note: Topics such as law office management, computer training, and other law-related topics are considered by NALA to be under the non-substantive category, which is limited to 10 hours per five-year certification period.
Instructions for posting credits from this program with NALA and The Florida Bar will be provided. A certificate of attendance for NFPA or NALS will be provided upon request.