October 26, 2020
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Kate Coscarelli
NEW BRUNSWICK - The New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education (NJICLE) was again voted the number one New Jersey-based continuing legal education (CLE) provider and online CLE provider in the New Jersey Law Journal’s annual Best of New Jersey contest.
“We are extremely honored to be named the top CLE provider in New Jersey, both in-person and online, especially this year when virtual programming became so crucial. As always, NJICLE is committed to providing the highest quality legal education,” said Angela Scheck, executive director of the New Jersey State Bar Association (NJSBA). NJICLE is a division of the NJSBA.
“We are grateful to the many attorneys, judges and other professionals who selflessly volunteer their time and expertise to educate their colleagues, and who have helped make NJICLE’s award-winning CLE platform a great success. I also recognize our dedicated CLE team who pull it all together and coordinate about 350 programs each year.”
The competition was open to attorneys and firm administrators, who cast ballots for their top picks in dozens of categories that included legal products and service providers. The top three vote-getters were chosen in each category.
About 350 seminars in a wide range of practice areas are provided by NJICLE each year, educating more than 35,000 lawyers, judges and other legal professionals. The seminars are presented in venues throughout New Jersey, and provide education for attorneys at every professional level, from those who are just starting out in the legal profession and need to learn the basics to longtime practitioners looking for in-depth analysis.