Continuing Education

Overview

Indiana Tech Law School offers Continuing Legal Education (CLE) and Continuing Judicial Education (CJE) courses that are approved by the Indiana Commission on Continuing Education. CLE courses are available at a modest fee, but they are offered at no charge for attorneys who are part of the Law School’s student mentoring program. CJE courses are always offered at no charge to members of the judiciary.

All CLE and CJE courses are listed on the Law School’s event calendar.

Program Fees

CLE program fees can be paid using Indiana Tech’s online payment processor.

Upcoming Classes

The Affordable Care Act for Attorneys: Diving Deeper Without Drowning

When: 11:00– 1:30 p.m., Friday, May 9, 2014 Location: Indiana Tech Law School Speaker: Attorney Douglas Dormire Power, Beckman Lawson LLP

This timely program will explore where we are in the critical year of 2014 when many features of the ACA come on line for the first time.   At the conclusion of this program, you should not only be able to address these issues meaningfully with your clients, but also gain insights into challenges and opportunities in health care coverage for you and your firm.

Fee for Program is $10 – includes lunch

2 CLE Credits Pending – Indiana and Ohio


Hanging Out Your Own Shingle Without Hanging Yourself

When: 8:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m., Thursday, May 22, 2014 Location: Indiana Tech Law School

Speakers:  Nicholas Adams, Esq., Dean Peter Alexander, Erik Chickedantz, Esq., Ruth de Wit, Dennis Geisleman, Esq., Todd Haines, Esq., Yvette Gaff Kleven, Esq., Mark Paul Smith, Esq.

This CLE will offer expert advice to attorneys who are considering opening a solo or small-firm practice.  As the number of attorneys who open their own practices contines to rise, so too does the need for a greater understanding of the ins and out of being in the “business” of law.

Fee for Program is $60 – includes continental breakfast and lunch

5.5 CLE Credits Pending – Indiana and Ohio

                                                                                                                                                                                                 

When Receiverships and Bankruptcy Collide   (Lunch and Learn)

When: 12:00  – 1:00 p.m., Tuesday, June 10, 2014   Location: Indiana Tech Law School

Speaker:  Professor Judith Fitzgerald (Retired Chief U.S. Bankruptcy Judge) 

Judge Fitzgerald was appointed to the Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania on October 30, 1987, after serving nearly 12 years as an Assistant United States Attorney.  During her 25+ years on the bench, she sat by designation in the Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware (20 years), the Eastern District of Pennsylvania (8 years) and the District of the Virgin Islands (9 years).  Upon her retirement, Judge Fitzgerald accepted a tenured position at the Indiana Tech Law School.

Join Professor Fitzgerald as she presents a one hour lunch and learn session on the topic: “When Receiverships and Bankruptcy Collide”.  

Fee for Program is $10 – includes a boxed lunch

1 CLE Credit Pending – Indiana and Ohio

                                                                                                                                                                                                            

Recent Developments in Same-Sex Marriage Litigation   (Lunch and Learn)

When: 12:00  – 1:00 p.m., Friday, July 11, 2014   Location: Indiana Tech Law School

Speaker:  Assistant Professor Nancy Marcus

This CLE course will cover an overview of recent developments in same-sex marriage litigation, at both the national and local levels.   The overview will begin with a summary of the Supreme Court’s historic United States v. Windsor decision.  Professor Marcus will discuss how the Windsor decision has been implemented across the country, resulting in the provision of numerous federal benefits to legally married same-sex couples, even in states such as Indiana that currently do not recognize same-sex marriages under state law.   The discussion will then continue with an overview of pending federal challenges rising through the courts, including court cases in bordering states of Ohio, Kentucky, and Michigan.  Professor Marcus will present a predictive analysis of the inevitability of a follow-up Supreme Court decision, as well as how that decision may turn out.  Finally, Professor Marcus will provide a summary of currently Indiana-specific litigation challenging Indiana’s ban on same-sex marriage.

Fee for Program is $10 – includes a boxed lunch

1 CLE Credit Pending – Indiana and Ohio