On June 9, the ABA Rule of Law Initiative (ABA ROLI) launched an online learning platform for lawyers, which was created in coordination with the Georgian Bar Association (GBA) and the Georgian Technical University. A May 30 event introduced the new platform to local and international stakeholders. About 80 people, including high-ranking Georgian officials and representatives from the Supreme Court, Tbilisi court, the GBA, the legal aid center, the U.S. Embassy and other local and international organizations, attended the event. The platform, which serves as a sustainable, web-based continuing legal education (CLE) system for defense attorneys throughout the country, extends professional-development opportunities to those remotely located lawyers who were often unable to take part in the in-person CLE trainings ABA ROLI has been offering for 10 years. The platform is a culmination of ABA ROLI’s efforts to make its CLE accessible nationwide.