The firm handles cases involving San Diego DUI accidents, personal injury in general, wrongful death, catastrophic injury, traumatic brain injury, consumer rights, civil rights, defective products cases, employment law disputes and many others.
San Diego, California (PRWEB) January 05, 2012
Daniel M. Gilleon, a San Diego personal injury lawyer and a partner in the law firm of Mitchell |Gilleon, hereby announces that he was chosen to provide a lecture regarding California wrongful death cases for a company that offers California Continuing Legal Education, or CLE courses to California attorneys. Mr. Gilleon discussed the nuances and particulars regarding California wrongful death cases and provided insights to the California attorneys who listened to his lecture.
Mr. Gilleon provided this California wrongful death lecture for a company known as CLE Your Way. CLE Your Way provides California attorneys with an opportunity to purchase DVD’s and download online streaming videos of CLE courses as opposed to incurring expenses by traveling to an in-person seminar for more than one day.
California attorneys are required to earn CLE credits on a regular basis in order to maintain the currency of their licenses to practice law in the state of California. These courses are often taught and offered by California attorneys who have demonstrated a level of expertise and earned a positive track record in a particular area of law. Therefore, the fact that Mr. Gilleon was chosen to provide a lecture regarding the nature of serving as a California wrongful death attorney is an honor that deserves recognition from his peers and from the public at large.
About Mitchell | Gilleon
Mitchell | Gilleon is a team of San Diego DUI accident lawyers who have been representing people who have been injured in several ways for many years. The firm handles cases involving San Diego DUI accidents, personal injury in general, wrongful death, catastrophic injury, traumatic brain injury, consumer rights, civil rights, defective products cases, employment law disputes and many others.