NJICLE's New Attorney MCLE Program


The fastest way to fulfill your MCLE Requirements!
As a new attorney, you are required to earn 15 credits in 5 of 9 subject areas. Satisfy your requirement
quickly and easily – in one convenient day – by registering for NJICLE’s New Attorney Day.

Register for one price! Login on the day of the program and select 2 live programs. Then, choose three
additional on-demand programs that have been specially designed for new attorneys.

Sat., March 12
9 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Live Webcast
Click here to register.


Earn up to 15 credits.

Tuition rates:
2022 Bar admittees: $139
2021 and 2020 admittees: $199
All Other Existing Members Admitted Before 2020: $139
All Other Existing Nonmembers Admitted Before 2020: $199

What You Get: Complimentary NJSBA Membership
Along with your registration to New Attorney Day, you will be given Complimentary Membership to the NJSBA for One Year in either of your first year or second year of being admitted. An NJSBA Membership grants you access to access to in-person and virtual networking events, leadership development opportunities, hundreds of educational resources, member-only discounts and so much more! (This special is for non-members only. A non-member is anyone who has not been a member of the NJSBA for the past 12 months.)

How it Works:
Login on the day of the program, select 2 live programs to attend, and then choose three
additional on-demand programs. The on-demand video seminars will automatically transfer
into your account. You have 120 days to view the program(s).
Click here to register.


AM Session
Attorney Trust and Business Accounting and Ethics

Most attorneys understand the necessity of maintaining proper trust and business accounts, but may be unsure of all of the specifics. This program will provide that and more. Experts will take you through the trust and business accounting process as prescribed by the RPC’s. You will receive practical tips for keeping up with all of the requirements even in your busiest times. You will also learn what to do to prepare for an audit.

Featuring:
Bonnie C. Frost, Esq.
Chair, NJSBA Ethics Diversionary Program Committee
Einhorn Barbarito Frost & Botwinick, PC, Denville
Isabel McGinty, Esq.
Statewide Ethics Coordinator, Supreme Court of New Jersey, Office of Attorney Ethics
Alison Picione
Assistant Chief of Investigations, Supreme Court of New Jersey, Office of Attorney Ethics
William C. Popjoy, III, Esq.
Member, NJSBA Ethics Diversionary Program Committee
Popjoy & Kelly, LLC, Woodbury

PM Sessions
Landlord Tenant Law

A panel of experienced practitioners will walk you through a classic proceeding and discuss what you need to know to prosecute and to defend residential landlord-tenant cases in New Jersey. You’ll learn the perspectives of both the landlord and tenant in a residential matter and pick up practice tips that will help you effectively represent your clients in the future.

Featuring:
Jose G. Abreu, Esq.
Central Legal Services, New Brunswick
Derek D. Reed, Esq.
Ehrlich, Petriello, Gudin & Plaza, Newark


Family Law

This informative program will review all of the important aspects of New Jersey family law practice, and will provide you with the tools and strategies you need to succeed. You’ll walk away with a concrete foundation you can use to handle the cases that come your way with confidence. This is a unique opportunity to interact with and learn from some the most respected family law practitioners in New Jersey.

Featuring:
Hon. Claudia R. Jones, JSC
Sussex
Mark Gruber, Esq., LLM
Certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a Matrimonial Law Attorney
Fellow, American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers
2008 Clapp Laureate
Editor-in-Chief and Co-Author, The Basic Guide to New Jersey Divorce with Forms, Court
   Rules and Statutes, and Tax Aspects of Divorce
(2020 Edition, NJICLE)
Gruber, Colabella, Liuzza, Thompson & Hiben, Hopatcong
Paul Gazaleh, CPA/ABV
Gazaleh Consulting, LLC, Hightstown




Want to complete the rest of your new attorney requirement?
Check out these On-Demand programs.
Become a NJSBA member.
At the New Jersey State Bar Association, we're here to help new attorneys find their way and get the help they need. Click here to join.




About the New Attorney Requirement: New Attorneys must satisfy 15 of required 24 credits in any 5 of 9 mandatory subject areas:
- New Jersey Estate Administration
- New Jersey Estate Planning
- New Jersey Civil Trial Preparation OR New Jersey Criminal Trial Preparation
- New Jersey Family Law Practice
- New Jersey Real Estate Closing Procedures
- New Jersey Trust & Business Accounting
- New Jersey Landlord-Tenant Practice
- New Jersey Municipal Court Practice
- New Jersey Law Office Management


For more information about New Jersey MCLE requirements, visit njcourts.gov

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