Brendan Brown Lecture Series: "Defining the Political Community of the Nineteenth Amendment."
February 17, 2020 | Loyola Law School | 1 hour CLE credit
In honor of the 100th anniversary of the Women's Suffrage Movement, Loyola University New Orleans College of Law presents the Brendan Brown Lecture Series, featuring "Defining the Political Community of the Nineteenth Amendment," by Franita Tolson, Vice Dean for Faculty and Academic Affairs, and Professor of Law at USC Gould School of Law.
2020 Law Review Symposium | "Climate Justice: The Legal and Moral Imperative of the Climate Crisis"
March 6, 2020 | Loyola College of Law, Room 405 | 6 hours CLE credit
In the fifteenth anniversary year of Hurricane Katrina and a crucial election year, the Law Review Symposium will: (1) highlight the connection between the disproportionate distribution of climate harms and past and current institutional discrimination in the United States and internationally; and (2) identify the changes needed in various areas of law and policy— including environmental protection, energy policy, food security, access to clean water and health care, and mass incarceration—to ensure that our most vulnerable communities are no longer ignored or "sacrificed" in the face of the climate crisis.
Honorable Robert A. Ainsworth Jr. Lecture: "Why is the Immigration System so 'Broken'?"
March 9, 2020 | Loyola College of Law, Room 405 | 1 hour CLE credit
Loyola University New Orleans College of Law presents the 2019-2020 Honorable Robert A. Ainsworth, Jr. lecture "Why is the Immigration System so 'Broken'?" by Hiroshi Motomura, Susan Westerberg Prager Distinguished Professor of Law at UCLA School of Law and internationally recognized scholar of immigration and citizenship law.
2020 Judge Gerald P. Fedoroff Lecture: "Winning Case Preparation: The Social Science of Decision Making and Bias"
March 13, 2020 | Loyola College of Law, Room 405 | 3 hours CLE credit
2020 Annual Longshore Conference
March 19 - 20 | Intercontinental Hotel | New Orleans, LA | 11.5 hours CLE credit
Loyola University New Orleans College of Law | CLE, in conjunction with the U.S. Department of Labor, is proud to present the 2020 Annual Longshore Conference, a two-day program for maritime practitioners and industry professionals seeking proficiency in the Longshore and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act (LHWCA), Defense Base Act (DBA), and other “extension” acts. This conference provides both a great learning platform and networking opportunity for attorneys and claims professionals.
Women's Leadership CLE: "How to be in the Room When it Happens"
April 3, 2020 | Greenville Hall, Loyola College of Law | 6 hours CLE credit
Registration and agenda coming soon
New Lawyer's CLE: Law Firm Management and Ethics
May 15, 2020 | Loyola College of Law, Room 111
Registration and agenda coming soon
CLE In Spetses | Conflict Resolution and the Human Brain: New Perspectives and Tools for Lawyers
June 10 - 13, 2020 | Spetses, Greece | 12 hours CLE credit
Join Pauline Tesler, internationally acclaimed founder of the Integrative Law Institute at Commonweal and co-founder of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals, on the Greek Island of Spetses for an exciting swim in the uncharted waters of the neuroscience of conflict and dispute resolution. Starting with a primer on the workings of the human triune brain, she will guide you through several clusters of fascinating emerging research that will deepen and enrich your understanding of powerful irrational forces operating beneath our unconscious perceptions and intentions as dispute and conflict resolution professionals.
Never stop learning.
Graduation from law school isn’t the end of your education. It’s just the beginning. Loyola Continuing Legal Education offers a wide range of post-graduate educational opportunities to further your knowledge in a number of subjects including Estate Planning, Family Law and the Annual Longshore Conference (ALC). While these courses are designed for attorneys, professionals from other disciplines, including CPAs, physicians, insurance professionals and mental health professionals, can take away valuable knowledge from these courses. One-day and two-day programs as well as Saturday morning lectures and online courses are available to allow professionals with the busiest of schedules to continue their education.