Municipal Law Seminar XXXVII
Learn the Latest at Municipal Law Seminar XXXVII
Municipal Law is designed to keep the local government attorney current on important legislative and case law changes over the past year and to provide up to 9.0 hours of continuing legal education (CLE) credits, including one hour of ethics. The workshop sessions are focused strictly on local government law issues and are designed to make the role of the local government attorney easier.
Aim and the IMLA Board of Directors have made the determination because of the pandemic that the Municipal Law Seminar XXXVII will be held virtually on the previously scheduled dates of June 25 and 26. While the conference this year will look a little different than you’re used to, the IMLA Board has secured first-class speakers, lining up 9 hours of CLE credits, and building in some valuable digital networking time. The State and Federal Case Law Update, Legislative Update and Ethics sessions will be available.
9.0 hours of CLE credit have been approved.