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Next Wednesday, September 18 at 7 p.m., ATL is hosting a free cocktail reception in New York. Our topic will be the tension between laws that encourage individuals to blow the whistle on government wrongdoing and laws that impose the harshest penalties for disclosing secrets. Whether one considers mega-leakers Bradley Manning and Edward Snowden to be heroes or traitors, the legal implications of their cases are undeniably fascinating.

Our special guest will be criminal defense and whistleblower attorney John Howley, who will discuss how the law has been applied in controversial cases from Daniel Ellsberg to Snowden and Manning. Gain an appreciation for the complex ethical issues lawyers face when advising and representing whistleblowers and alleged traitors.

Please join us on September 18 by RSVPing for the reception below:

In addition, ATL is partnering with our friends at Lawline to bring you a fascinating CLE program concerning the recent leaks of U.S. government data. The CLE program will also take place on the 18th, from 5:30 to 7:10 p.m. Register for the CLE here.

The event is sponsored by our friends at Access Data with support from Lateral Link and Learnvest.

There is a tension between laws that encourage individuals to blow the whistle on government wrongdoing and laws that impose the harshest civil and criminal penalties for disclosing secrets. Whether one considers mega-leakers Bradley Manning and Edward Snowden to be heroes or traitors, the legal implications of their cases are undeniably fascinating.

On September 18 at 7 p.m., ATL is hosting a free networking cocktail reception in New York, where we’ll discuss the recent leaks of U.S. government data. Our special guest will be criminal defense and whistleblower attorney John Howley, who will examine how the law has been applied in controversial cases from Daniel Ellsberg to Snowden and Manning. Gain an appreciation for the complex ethical issues lawyers face when advising and representing whistleblowers and alleged traitors.

Please join us on September 18 by RSVPing for the reception below (and/or the pre-reception CLE course that starts at 5:30 p.m.):

The event is sponsored by our friends at Access Data with support from Lateral Link and Learnvest.

Ed. note: This is the latest installment in a series of posts from the ATL Career Center’s team of expert contributors. Today, Sunny Choi shares some advice on ways to save money while fulfilling your CLE requirements.

CLE is one of the many banes of an attorney’s existence. If you’re like me, you’ve probably procrastinated on fulfilling your CLE requirements and the deadline is fast approaching.

As a non-Biglaw attorney, I’ve always had to find my own resources for CLE classes on the cheap. Whether you’re working for a small firm, engaged in your own practice, or working for the government, there are CLE classes available that are either free or relatively inexpensive.

Read on to discover how to get your CLE done without breaking the bank.

Continue reading at the ATL Career Center…

There is a tension between laws that encourage individuals to blow the whistle on government wrongdoing and laws that impose the harshest civil and criminal penalties for disclosing secrets. Whether one considers mega-leakers Bradley Manning and Edward Snowden to be heroes or traitors, the legal implications of their cases are undeniably fascinating.

On September 18 at 7 p.m., ATL is hosting a free networking cocktail reception in New York, where we’ll discuss the recent leaks of U.S. government data. Our special guest will be criminal defense and whistleblower attorney John Howley, who will examine how the law has been applied in controversial cases from Daniel Ellsberg to Snowden and Manning. Gain an appreciation for the complex ethical issues lawyers face when advising and representing whistleblowers and alleged traitors.

Please join us on September 18 by RSVPing for the reception below (and/or the pre-reception CLE course that starts at 5:30 p.m.):

The event is sponsored by our friends at Access Data with support from Lateral Link and Learnvest.

There are other teams.

Whether one considers mega-leakers Bradley Manning and Edward Snowden to be courageous heroes or dastardly traitors — apparently there’s no middle view — the legal implications of their cases are undeniably fascinating. There is a tension between one set of laws which encourage individuals to blow the whistle on government wrongdoing, while another set imposes the harshest civil and criminal penalties for disclosing secrets.

ATL has partnered with our friends at Lawline to bring you a fascinating CLE program and networking cocktail reception surrounding the recent leaks of U.S. government data. Criminal defense and whistleblower attorney John Howley will illuminate how these laws have been applied in controversial cases from Daniel Ellsberg to Snowden and Manning. Gain an appreciation for the complex ethical issues lawyers face when advising and representing whistleblowers and alleged traitors.

Please join us for either the CLE course or networking reception on September 18. Or better yet, both.

RSVP for the reception below:

To register for the CLE course, please follow this link.

These events are sponsored by our friends at Cooper & Cooper, LearnVest, and Access Data.

We’re more than halfway through 2012. For those of you with an annual continuing legal education requirement, now is a good time to start thinking about how to fulfill it, instead of saving it until the last minute. In late December, wouldn’t you rather be out shopping for holiday gifts and drinking eggnog, instead of sitting in front of your computer in a zombie-like trance watching CLE videos?

Courtesy of our friends at Lawline (affiliate link), here’s a special deal for Above the Law readers. For $249, you will receive unlimited access to all 500+ Lawline online CLE programs, for one full year. This package, which normally sells for $499, provides exclusive access to:

  • 500+ on-demand courses
  • Weekly live webcasts
  • Access to all mobile CLE courses (available as both streaming video and MP3 download)

Complying with CLE requirements can be a drag, but it doesn’t have to cost you a fortune. Thanks to Lawline for this special offer.

Unlimited CLE For One Full Year [Lawline (affiliate link)]

There are many different ways to satisfy your continuing legal education requirements. For example, we didn’t know until recently that you could take an improv class for CLE credit.

If you’re not quite that adventurous, though, we have some more-traditional options for you. Courtesy of our friends at Lawline (affiliate link), here’s a special deal for Above the Law readers. For $249, you will receive unlimited access to all 500+ Lawline online CLE programs, for one full year. This package, which normally sells for $499, provides exclusive access to:

  • 500+ on-demand courses
  • Weekly live webcasts
  • Access to all mobile CLE courses (available as both streaming video and MP3 download)

Complying with CLE requirements can be a drag, but it doesn’t have to cost you a fortune. Thanks to Lawline for this special offer.

Unlimited CLE For One Full Year [Lawline (affiliate link)]
Improv(ed) Legal Skills with Tommy Galan [People's Improv Theater]

There are many different ways to satisfy your continuing legal education requirements. For example, we didn’t know until recently that you could take an improv class for CLE credit.

If you’re not quite that adventurous, though, we have some more-traditional options for you. Courtesy of our friends at Lawline (affiliate link), here’s a special deal for Above the Law readers. For $249, you will receive unlimited access to all 500+ Lawline online CLE programs, for one full year. This package, which normally sells for $499, provides exclusive access to:

  • 500+ on-demand courses
  • Weekly live webcasts
  • Access to all mobile CLE courses (available as both streaming video and MP3 download)

Complying with CLE requirements can be a drag, but it doesn’t have to cost you a fortune. Thanks to Lawline for this special offer.

Unlimited CLE For One Full Year [Lawline (affiliate link)]
Improv(ed) Legal Skills with Tommy Galan [People's Improv Theater]

Here’s a New Year’s resolution for you: get your continuing legal education done early, instead of saving it until the last minute. In late December, wouldn’t you rather be out shopping for holiday gifts and drinking eggnog, instead of sitting in front of your computer in a zombie-like trance watching CLE videos?

Courtesy of our friends at Lawline (affiliate link), here’s a special deal for Above the Law readers. For $249, you will receive unlimited access to all 500+ Lawline online CLE programs, for one full year. This package, which normally sells for $499, provides exclusive access to:

  • 500+ on-demand courses
  • Weekly live webcasts
  • Access to all mobile CLE courses (available as both streaming video and MP3 download)

Complying with CLE requirements can be a drag, but it doesn’t have to cost you a fortune. Thanks to Lawline for this special offer.

Unlimited CLE For One Full Year [Lawline (affiliate link)]

Courtesy of our friends at Lawline (affiliate link), here’s a special deal for Above the Law readers. For $249, you will receive unlimited access to all 500+ Lawline online continuing legal education programs, for one full year. This package, which normally sells for $499, provides exclusive access to:

  • 500+ on-demand courses
  • Weekly live webcasts
  • Access to all mobile CLE courses (available as both streaming video and MP3 download)

Complying with CLE requirements can be a drag, but it doesn’t have to cost you a fortune. Thanks to Lawline for this special offer.

Unlimited CLE For One Full Year [Lawline (affiliate link)]

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