St. John's University School of Law Delivering Bankruptcy CLE Online

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St. John's University School of Law announced the live and online delivery of select courses from its premier Bankruptcy LL.M. program. This unique offering allows practicing attorneys to learn from a leading bankruptcy practitioner while earning CLE credits.

Professor Ahern

St. John's University School of Law recently announced the delivery of a live and online course from its premier Bankruptcy LL.M. program. This unique program will help bankruptcy attorneys elevate the quality of their practice without travel. The course, Bankruptcy Procedure, will be taught live and online, allowing practicing lawyers to earn CLE credits. All lectures will be recorded and made available for review allowing busy working professionals the flexibility necessary to keep up with the course work.

The course will be taught by Professor Lawrence Ahern, a leading expert in the field and co-author of the West Bankruptcy Procedure Manual (2015 ed.) According to Professor Ahern, “In bankruptcy practice, understanding the nuances of procedure is often the key to success, but time constraints prevent most schools from giving this subject much attention in their bankruptcy instruction. This course will increase your depth of understanding and teach you the practical skills you need to prevail over your adversaries, all to the benefit of your clients.”

The course is live, online, and fully interactive. Course meets on Mondays from 5:40-7:40 p.m. Eastern Time (excluding legal holidays), beginning on August 31st and ends November 30, 2015. The cost is $1,250 for one registrant and includes CLE credits. Special group pricing is available for two or more registrants from a firm for only $1,000 per person including CLE credits.

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