Continuing Education

Continuing Legal Education Credit and HR Education Credit

Continuing Legal Education (CLE) Credit

To ensure that lawyers receive quality legal education, state bars approve Mandatory Continuing Legal Education providers and activities. The Community College Conference on Legal Issues has been approved for CLE credits in Colorado, Florida and Texas. If you are an attorney seeking CLE credit, please pick up a CLE packet at the registration desk that includes instructions and a CLE credit tracker. To receive credits, you must sign in at the sessions you attend and return your credit tracker to the registration desk at the conclusion of the conference. For more information, please email:

Continuing HR Education Credit – HRCI

Twelve concurrent sessions in 2018 were approved for 1.25 (general) recertification credit hours toward PHR, SPHR and GPHR recertification. Please be sure to sign your name on each concurrent sessions sign-in sheet at the conclusion of each workshop.
(Subject to change. Please check at conference registration desk for final list.)

2020 Sessions to be announced. The following were approved for the 2018 conference:

A2. Issues, Risks, and Best Practices for I-9 and E-Verify
A5. Service Animals on Campus: Central Piedmont’s Experience Moving from Policy Creation to Practice
A6. BIT: Managing Student Mental Health Issues
A7. Practical Guidance on Employee Misconduct Investigations
A8. Legal Issues and You: What Do you Want From Your Lawyer?
A10. The Evolving Landscape of Title IX: Understanding the Impacts of the Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights (OCR) Interim Guidance
B5. Discrimination and Harassment in Employment
B8. Litigation Unveiled, Special Issues When Litigating With Students
B9. The New Face of Academic Labor: Adjunct Unionization on Your Campus – From Organizing to Negotiations
B11. Records Management, Records Retention and Records Storage: Current Legal, Practical and
Security-Related Issues
B12. Performance Evaluations: Their Impact On Employee Discipline and Legal Risk
B15. Breaking Up is Now Harder to Do!

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