How do I register or apply for a course?
Registration is open to U.S. citizens and Permanent Residents (Green Card holders) who meet all
of the following criteria:
1. The registrant is currently licensed to practice law in the United States;
2. The registrant is a member in good standing of a State Bar; and
3. The registrant does not currently represent insurance companies, large corporations or governmental entities other than legal services or public defenders.
Note: The Death Penalty Seminar is open to U.S. lawyers, investigators and mitigation specialists. COURSE SCHEDULE AND PREREQUISITES
For the college’s current offerings, visit the Courses
Every effort is made to ensure that course information is accurate; however, changes or corrections may occur. Check the Courses
page frequently because you will not
receive e-mail updates from the Registrar prior to the course.
Course prerequisites are specified in the individual course descriptions. REGISTRATION
You can register online by visiting Register Now
Register as soon as possible to assure a place in the course(s) you want to attend. If you delay, the course may be full (or the application deadline for the Trial Lawyers College 3-Week Course may have passed).
Registrants will receive a confirmation notice via e-mail.
Registration is not considered final until payment arrangements have been made with the Registrar.CLE CREDIT
All courses provided by the Trial Lawyers College are CLE accredited by the state in which the course is held.
It is your
responsibility to apply for CLE credit in the state (or states) in which you practice law. After you submit an online evaluation of the course you attended, the Registrar will e-mail you the paperwork you may need to apply for CLE credits.
For more important information, visit the CLE Credits
If you choose to withdraw from a course, you may
be eligible for a refund.
Visit the Payment, Cancellation and Refund Policy
page for details.