Congratulations to CLEBC, which has won another two awards from the Association for Continuing Legal Education (ACLEA). CLE won the Award of Outstanding Achievement in both the Programs and Technology categories for 2014.
The award-winning program is CLE’s series of offerings related to the new Family Law Act. CLE “used a variety of learning methods including PowerPoint lectures, panel discussions, demonstrations, and role-playing exercises”, delivered through full-day in-person courses; webinars; short online courses; skills-based training in screening for family violence, arbitration, mediation, and parenting coordination; and the publication Family Law Act Transition Guide, available in both print and online versions.
The award-winning technology offering is CLE’s Self-Paced eLearning, which allows users to watch online courses at their own pace, anywhere and anytime. Currently there are nine Self-Paced eLearning courses offered related to practice management, accounting, email, social media, and time management.
CLE has previously won many awards from ACLEA for its programs, publications, and public interest, marketing, and technology initiatives.
CLE program lawyer Nadia Myerthall and online education manager Meredith Woods will accept the awards at ACLEA’s 50th Annual Meeting in Boston this month.