2nd Jul 2021
Continuing Legal Education
I enjoyed presenting this week at a National Business Institute (NBI) continuing education seminar called The Probate Process from Start to Finish. (Continuing education is usually called CLE or continuing legal education for attorneys, sometimes with other names or acronyms for other disciplines).
I led two sections on:
-Probate v. Non-Probate Assets
This was the first remote continuing education / CLE matter I have spoken at. NBI did a great job of using technology to continue these conferences during the uncertain times of COVID.
They sent me a microphone, webcam, and some other equipment and connectors. You can see them and the case they shipped them in below in the pictures. I shipped them right back the same day.
NBI always does a good job on these matters. I enjoy working with them, and I look forward to doing it again in the future. They did an especially good job this time of setting things up for remote presentation and attendance.
If you were at this seminar, you have my materials, and my email and contact information are at the back of my main outline. Please reach our if you have any questions or other follow up.
I appreciate the written questions that were submitted during the session. I hope those spoken answers were helpful. NBI sent them to me afterward by email, and I will try to respond in writing soon.
There are lots of great things about remote events such as this. There are also benefits to in-person gatherings. I may address this in more detail on the blog at some point. If you have thoughts about remote versus in person continuing education / CLE, feel free to comment on the blog or reach out to me directly.