ABA Offers Free CLE to Attorneys Affected by Government Shutdown

As the government shutdown continues and federal employees face the first Friday without a paycheck, the American Bar Association is offering five free CLE courses to any lawyer affected by the partial government shutdown, The ABA Journal reports. “The ABA, as the largest representative of the legal profession, looked at how we could quickly mobilize to help lawyers affected by the government shutdown,” ABA Executive Director Jack Rives said. Interested attorneys can register throughout the month of February and have six months to complete the courses.
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