CLEs and other classes

The Law Library sponsors a Continuing Legal Education class every month.  Each CLE is:

  • Free to attend and open to all -- no registration required
  • Held the 3rd Friday of the month, from 12:15 to 1:15 p.m.
  • Approved for 1 CLE credit
  • Streaming-only until further notice
  • Sign up for CLE emails to receive the live stream link

Sign up to receive notification of upcoming CLEs by email.

For more information contact us at 612-348-2903 or

September:  U.S. Supreme Court Review: 2019-2020 Term

Presented Professor David Schultz of Hamline University and Attorney Marshall Tanick of Meyer Njus Tanick, PA.

As the High Court gets ready to start its 2020-21 Term in early October, we will look back at and give an analysis of some of the most consequential cases from the past historic 2019-2020 Term.

David Schultz is Professor of Political Science at Hamline University.  Marshall Tanick is an attorney and shareholder at Meyer Njus Tanick, PA.

One general CLE credit applied for:  Code no. 322056.

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October: Know Your Voting Rights

Presented by Professor Raleigh Hannah Levine, Mitchell Hamline School of Law

  • Friday, October 16, 2020, 12:15 – 1:15 p.m.
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Materials and information on past CLEs

July 2020 CLE code

  • The CLE Code for July 17th’s presentation “Public Health Policy Responses at the Crossroads of Covid-19 and Chronic Disease” by Natasha Phelps and Julie Ralston Aoki is 316238.

January 2020 presentation materials

October 2019: Understanding and Accommodating Mental Health Disabilities presentation materials

September 2019 presentation materials

July 2019 presentation materials

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