Free Business Law CLE

The ABA Business Law Section offers Section members two free CLE webinar series a month, available both live and on-demand. 

CLE Just For You and Your Busy Schedule

Stay on top of your game and your credit hours with our free monthly CLE webinar series, In The Know and Business Law Basics. Both series are developed and produced by practice-area experts and brought to you in an easy-to-complete format. And if you miss a program, they're also offered on-demand a few days after the live production.

What Sets Them Apart?

In The Know

Untangle the complexities of legal issues with In The Know, our free monthly CLE series. Hear from experts including former deputy attorneys general, federal regulators, drafters of the uniform commercial code, among others.

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Breaking News

Address how real-time developments in law may affect your practice. Get timely analysis from leading experts on new court decisions, new laws and regulations, changes to existing laws and regulations, and other current events.

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Business Law Basics

Focus on the fundamentals of practice areas with Business Law Basics, our free monthly CLE series featuring topics such as drafting M&A transactions, forming LLCs, navigating the business law landscape, and more.

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Business Law Bonus

Access additional member-benefit programs covering all things business law! Gain inside knowledge on topics like cyber-privacy, practice development, compliance, and employee benefits.

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On-Demand CLE

Access our on-demand programs on your time from home. All programs are free for Business Law Section members. Content covers almost every business law practice area for all levels of expertise!

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CLE Webinar Archive

Audio and materials from all Business Law CLE programs are available to Business Law Section members shortly after each webinar.

The ABA Fund for Justice and Education

The ABA Fund for Justice and Education is 501(c)(3) charitable fund that support the public service and educational programs of the American Bar Association.