Continuing Legal Education Accreditations

The seminar is, or has been, approved for continuing legal education in AR, CA, CO, FL, GA, IA, IL, IN, ME, MN, MS, MO, NC, NV, PA, TN, VA, VT, WA, and WI. ND, NY, OK, OR, and WY have awarded full accreditation to attorneys applying individually. Bar standards evolve such that previous approval or denial does not predict future accreditation. Some state consider legislative advocacy and administrative law as "not unique to the practice of law" thereby denying accreditation.

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Spring 2018 Lobby School on-line - 15 on-line videos available a la carte covering all seminar topics.

Spring 2018: Insiders Talk: Winning with Lobbyists - Professional Edition redefines client-contractor lobbyist relationships. Written by and for consumers of lobbying services.

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Why is the complete seminar two days? Legislatures make 10% of laws and can implement nothing; agencies make 90% to implement legislative law. Day 1 - get your law. Day 2 implement your law. Take either or both.

Custom seminars The Lobby School provides 2-16 hour private on-site workshops customized to your issue presented at a time and place of your choosing. Previous custom-seminar clients are a Who's Who of state and national groups.

Continuing education 25 states accredit or in the past have accredited the seminar for continuing legal education.

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How to Influence State Legislators and Regulatory Agencies The Physician Executive

Before You Sue This article is general interest describing my personald observations of litigation gone bad.

Mobilizing for Reform American Osteopathic Association