CLE Program Development
CCBA members are needed to develop programming for the benefit of Nevada lawyers at live events to be produced and marketed by the CCBA.
We invite CCBA members to:
- Develop and/or speak at a CLE program produced by the CCBA;
- Write a CLE article for publication in the Communiqué;
- Order recorded and alternative format programs offering continuing legal education (CLE) provided by the CCBA.
The live events are often recorded and made available to download upon request. Live and recorded seminars are made available to attend by Nevada lawyers and their legal support staff for a fee to benefit the CCBA. CCBA members may attend live CLE seminars at a reduced fee.
To volunteer to produce or speak for a CCBA CLE event, CCBA members may submit proposals to Donna.
CLE Program Attendance Reporting
We report attendance by Nevada lawyers who have registered for and completed CCBA’s CLE seminars.
Nevada lawyers who complete the CCBA’s recorded CLE seminar(s) must submit, to Donna at the CCBA (via Donnaw@clarkcountybar.org), the following information:
- Nevada lawyer’s name and Nevada Bar #
- Title of the seminar
- Date on which they completed the seminar
We offer additional discounts on CCBA’s CLE programming through purchase of the CLE Passport*. The CLE Passport offers access to 13 CLE credit hours produced by CCBA for only $200.
This special offer for CCBA members includes access to live, recorded, and alternative format seminars produced by Clark County Bar Association.
*The 2021 CLE Passport is valid from January 1, 2021 to March 1, 2022, and is available only to members of the Clark County Bar Association (CCBA). CCBA membership must be renewed for the CLE Passport to remain valid from January through March during the upcoming membership years. This offer is non-transferable and limited to CCBA members for admittance to CCBA-sponsored CLE seminars during the current calendar year. This offer does not include CLE seminars not solely sponsored by the CCBA (e.g., co-sponsored by the State Bar of Nevada). The CLE Passport must be presented upon attendance of live seminar or upon ordering of audio/visual materials. Note: Use of the CLE Passport is subject to restrictions listed in CCBA’s policy for rental and/or purchase of recorded CLE seminars.