We want to provide our disaster relief programs to those who need them.
NEW YORK (PRWEB) September 20, 2018
Lawline, the nation’s leading online Continuing Legal Education (CLE) provider, announced today that it has two CLE courses on disaster relief to support anyone affected by or offering assistance to those affected by Hurricane Florence.
The courses include the previously available Utilizing Government Contracts For Disaster Relief and Hazard Mitigation 2017 Update and the new Insurance Recovery in the Face of Natural Disasters. These courses will be available at no charge nationwide via the company’s new free trial feature. Both courses, as well as Lawline’s entire On Demand library, are available to anyone - regardless of attorney status. They are also CLE accredited across multiple jurisdictions so licensed attorneys can earn CLE credit if they become Lawline subscribers.
“We want to provide our disaster relief programs to those who need them,” said Shaun Salmon, Lawline’s Director of Content. “These courses address both the personal and business impact of natural disasters. We know how important it is to provide insight into avenues of recourse for both families and companies alike.”
Lawline is the leading provider of online continuing legal education (CLE) with over 120,000 attorneys trusting Lawline with their CLE compliance. Offering legal education nationwide, Lawline strives to create timely and engaging content that supports attorneys throughout their career. The company is headquartered in downtown Manhattan and has received multiple awards recognizing its superior product, service, and company culture. Lawline's success has also been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Inc., Entrepreneur, and Forbes.com.