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of Interest to Hearing Officers and Administrative Law Judges
Filed under: CLE, President's Message
We have exciting news. On April 23, 2015, NYSALJA became a PLI* Pro Bono Privileged Member. What this means is that NYSALJA members will have free access to all PLI courses– this includes live, in-person programs and non-traditional presentations like webinars. All for the cost of membership in NYSALJA.
We encourage you to explore their many course offerings.
How to signup
In order to be able to enroll, you MUST:
- be a member in good standing of NYSALJA
- have a @nysalja.org email address.
If you would like to take advantage of this amazing offer, you’ll need to email me at email@example.com. I will create a nysalja.org email address for you with a temporary password.
You need to include:
- Your Name
- Mailing address
- Bar membership number
- If you’re admitted to more than one state and would like to also receive a certificate for those, too, please include your membership numbers for those other jurisdictions as well.
Do you have colleagues that you think may be interested and who are not members of NYSALJA? Please pass this along and encourage them to join our great association!
*Practicing Law Institute is a nonprofit continuing legal education and professional business training organization, chartered by the Regents of the University of the State of New York. Founded in 1933 by Harold P. Seligson, PLIis dedicated to providing the legal community and allied professionals with the most up-to-date, relevant information and techniques, through seminars and workshops, live Webcasts, and On-Demand learning. PLI also publishes comprehensive treatises and practice-focused Course Handbooks in print and also through Discover PLUS, our searchable eBook library and research database. PLI holds programs in its offices in New York and California, and elsewhere throughout the U.S., as well as in London, Hong Kong and Latin America. PLI annually awards more than 50,000 scholarships to its programs, and its more than 4,000 speakers include the most prominent lawyers, judges, investment bankers, accountants, corporate counsel, and U.S. and international regulators.
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