CLE Boot Camp offered for state attorneys

“It’s not too late!” said Christopher Terp of attorneys in Washington who haven’t completed their required Continuing Legal Education credits for 2001.
“A lot of people don’t know that they still have time to complete their 2001 credits in January, but they’ll have to pay a fine of $150 to the Washington State Bar.”
Knowing that many attorneys will, for whatever reason, come up short on CLE credits for 2001, Terp, vice president of The Seminar Group (and educational organization) has developed a unique seminar titled “CLE Boot Camp.”
Offering 15 total credits, three of which are ethics credits, the CLE Boot Camp seminar is being held Jan. 17-18, at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in downtown Seattle.
“Attorneys have until Jan. 31, 2002, to file their 2001 CLEs,” Terp said.
In four separate sections, attendees will learn about a diverse array of topics, including corporate, tax, environmental, land use, employment and criminal defense law.
Attendees can choose to attend all four sections, or only as many sections as are needed to meet their CLE credit requirement. But you don’t need to be behind on credits to attend.
“This is a great way to get CLE requirements for 2002 out of the way,” said Romy Brock, Coordinator for the CLE Boot Camp program.
To register for this seminar, call 800-574-4852, or visit
To view the full agenda of this conference or for the conference faculty biographies, please visit the Web site.