HOW TO RECEIVE ONE HOUR OF SELF-STUDY MCLE CREDIT
Select a self-study article from the list below. Read over the article carefully, referring to citations as needed. Submit your answers to all questions provided after each article along with a $25 payment to the Sonoma County Bar Association at the address below. Be sure to include your full name, California State Bar ID number, and email or mailing address with your request for credit.
Sonoma County Bar Association
ATTN: MCLE Administrator
3035 Cleveland Avenue, Ste. 205
Santa Rosa, CA 95403
The Sonoma County Bar Association has been approved as a Multiple Activity Provider (Provider #130) for Minimum Continuing Legal Education credits by the State Bar of California and as a Multiple Activity Provider (Provider #130) by the State Bar of California’s Board of Specialization for Legal Specialization credits in (1) Family Law, and (2) Estate Planning, Trust & Probate Law. The Sonoma County Bar Association certifies that this activity conforms to the standards for approved education activities prescribed by the rules and regulations of the State Bar of California governing continuing legal education. Information, including written materials, provided during this activity is not intended to and does not constitute legal advice, recommendations, mediation or counseling under any circumstance. Your participation in this educational activity does not create an attorney-client relationship. The Sonoma County Bar Association does not warrant or guarantee the accuracy, completeness, adequacy or currency of the information provided during this activity. Your use of information provided during this activity is entirely at your own risk. You should not act or rely on any information presented during this activity without seeking the advice of a competent attorney licensed to practice in your jurisdiction for your particular problem. Written materials provided during this activity may not be shared with anyone who has not carefully read this disclaimer. The information presented does not necessarily reflect the opinions of the Sonoma County Bar Association or SCBA members.
No reprinting of any portion of these articles are allowed without the express written consent from the Sonoma County Bar Association.
Jade and Nico: Where Family Law, Estate Planning and Probate Law Came Together by Catherine Conner & Audrey Gerard - 1 Credit in General Law
(The Bar Journal, Vol. 69, Fall '22)
Gone Solo: Protecting Your Practice (& Clients) in Case of Your Death by Beki Berrey - 1 Credit in Legal Ethics
(The Bar Journal, Vol. 68, Summer '22)
Hearsay & Other Pertinent Objections During the Time of Covid by Brian Purtill - 1 Credit in General Law
(The Bar Journal, Vol. 65, Fall '21)
Alcohol, Drugs, Mental Illness, & Aging: Issues Impacting Competence by Sarah Lewers - 1 Credit in Competence
(The Bar Journal, Vol. 64, Summer '21)
Discovery Refresher: Exchanging Relevant Information And Avoiding Gamesmanship by Ellie Ehlert - 1 Credit in General Law
(The Bar Journal, Vol. 63, Spring '21)
Ethical Duties Pertaining to Accepting Credit Card Payments by Sarah Lewers - 1 Credit in Ethics
(The Bar Journal, Vol. 62, Winter '20-'21)
Overcoming the Hearsay Exclusion in Trust and Estate Litigation by Stephanie Rothberg - 1 Credit in General Law (The Bar Journal, Vol. 60, Summer '20)
Cybersecurity for Lawyers by Chad Dorr - 1 Credit in Legal Ethics (The Bar Journal, Vol. 58, Winter '19)
Ups & Downs: Bail Setting Basics by Dale C. Miller, Esq.- 1 Credit in General Law (The Bar Journal, Vol. 61, Fall '20)
"There's No Way I'm Paying That Attorney's Bill!" or Essentials of the Mandatory Fee Arbitration Program by Michael J. Fish - 1 Credit in General Law (The Bar Journal, Vol. 59, Spring "20)