Continuing Legal Education

The 28th Judicial District Bar provides opportunities for members to fulfill their CLE requirements locally and at a discount.

For the convenience of our members, we also list CLE opportunities provided by other entities.

Upcoming CLEs are listed on this page. Click on the CLE title to access the event page where you can find more information relative to that conference. Bar sponsored CLEs allow registration directly from the event page.

Past CLEs

Intellectual Property Symposium at Wake Forest (1/17/2018)

The Wake Forest Journal of Business & Intellectual Property Law (JBIPL) will host its spring symposium, “Intellectual Property and Medical Technology: From Creation to Commercialization,” beginning at 8:30 a.m. on Friday, Feb. 2, 2018, in the Wake Forest Biotech Place Atrium at Wake Forest Innovation Quarter. Medical patents, bioethics, and the venture capitalist-side of regenerative [...] 

Hendersonville County Bar Hosts 6-hour CLE (1/5/2018)

The Henderson County Bar is hosting a 6-hour CLE in Hendersonville on FRIDAY, FEB. 2, 2018, 8:30am-5:00pm 6 hours of CLE, including 1 Ethics and 1 Substance Abuse Topics include: Landlord/Tenant Law, Debtor’s Rights, Collaborative Divorce, Domestic Violence Cost: $40.00 Includes payment of CLE fees to State Bar Does not include lunch Visit to register.

Upcoming CLE Video Replays in Asheville (11/13/2017)

Wednesday, November 29, 2017  NCBA 2017 Basics of Elder Law & Special Needs CLE Credit: 7.0 hours including 1.0 Substance Abuse/Mental Health Reg:  8:15-8:30am; Program:8:30am-5:00pm   Thursday, November 30, 2017  NCBA What to Expect When You are Expecting to Practice Workers’ Compensation (2017 Basics of Workers’ Compensation) CLE Credit: 6.25 hours including 1.0 Ethics/Professional Responsibility [...] 

Getting it Settled: Resolving Tough Cases and Thorny Controversies (10/11/2017)

All registration fees from the program benefit The Mediation Center Friday, December 1, 2017 9:00am – 4:15pm   $300 per person $275 early bird for the first 10 people with presenters Fred Barbour, Brian Davis, Joy McIver, Bill Wolcott, Kip Marshall,and Sharon Alexander REGISTER ONLINE HERE   6 hours of CLE credit:  5 hours general, one hour ethics, approved by [...] 

Upcoming NCBA CLE in Asheville (9/26/2017)

Video replay at Comfort Suites Outlet Center, 890 Brevard Rd., Asheville Thursday, October 19, 2017  A Taxing Day for Family Lawyers CLE Credit: 6.5 hours Reg:  8:45-9:00am; Program: 9:00am-5:00pm   Friday, October 20, 2017   Appellate Advocacy in the Digital Age:  The Future is Now CLE Credit: 6.0 including 1.0 Ethics/Professional Responsibility Reg:  8:45-9:00am; Program:  9:00am-4:30pm [...] 

Professionalism For New Admittees CLE (8/5/2017)

Professionalism For New Admittees in the 28th Judicial District Bar is a 12-hour, two-day continuing legal education course for attorneys who plan to practice in Buncombe County. It is free for new members of the 28th JDB, and $25 per hour for others. Pre-registration is required. New admittees will be given preference for registration. The [...] 

Upcoming CLE in Asheville (5/3/2017)

Thursday-Friday, May 11-12, 2017 – Comfort Suites Outlet Center, 890 Brevard Rd.  2017 Annual Review CLE Credit: 12.0 including 2.0 Ethics/Professional Responsibility and 1.0 Substance Abuse Reg:  8:45-9:00am (Day 1); Program:  9:00am-4:00pm daily Tuition:  $495/ $300 per day Topics include: Pre & Post-Judgment Remedies to Maximize Recovery; Home Owners Association Update; Real Property Case Law Update; [...] 

Pro Bono CLE on Thursday, May 11 at noon (5/1/2017)

Join us for this lunch hour continuing legal education seminar on Pro Bono Ethics/Rule 6.1, presented by Sylvia Novinsky, Director, North Carolina Pro Bono Resource Center, a program of the NC Equal Access to Justice Commission. This CLE will cover unmet legal needs in NC, the Equal Access to Justice Commission, NC Rule 6.1, national and NC [...] 

Legal Decision Making Training (4/10/2017)

The Buncombe County Justice Advisory Group invites you to a special day-long training on decision-making and implicit bias featuring leading national and state trainers on this topic. Implicit biases are “attitudes or stereotypes that affect our understanding, decision-making, and behavior, without our even realizing it.”[1] This is an emerging field of research with important implications [...] 

Current Topics in Rental Housing CLE (2/21/2017)

Current Topics in Rental Housing CLE Thursday, March 30th 11:30 am -1:30 pm at Pisgah Legal Services 62 Charlotte Street, Asheville Pisgah Legal Services’ Housing Program Director Ben Many will provide a CLE workshop on various issues related to assisting tenants of rental housing, including evictions, rent abatement, securing repairs, security deposit return, harassment or [...]