IATLaw.com Continuing Education Courses
The Institute of American and Talmudic Law is a non-profit organization providing continuing legal education to attorneys and other law professionals. IAT Law provides the most innovative and entertaining programs on a wide range of topics while comparing American and Jewish Law.
The Talmud’s Jewish Law and ethics have served as a cornerstone of humanity’s civil and moral infrastructure while helping to shape its legal-judicial system. At IAT Law, we seek to promote strong ethical and moral values in all Jewish lawyers through our continuing legal education seminars. Our Jewish Law courses will assist you in comparing and contrasting legal reasoning and adaptation between Talmudic and American law.
CLE Classes Under Your Terms
In our extensive Online CLE Audio Library, members will find a wide variety of CLE seminars on a series of different subjects.
The biggest advantage of our online CLE classes program is its feasibility for you. Unlike traditional CLE classes, IAT Law lets YOU decide what time of day you’ll listen to these recorded Jewish Law audio sessions. Additionally, you can listen to an audio session over several periods, granting you the convenience of not having to complete an audio session all at once.
We believe the convenience presented by our extensive Online CLE Audio Library results in a better and more enjoyable CLE classes experience for you.
Additionally, IAT Law is proud to regularly offer traditional continuing legal education seminars
IATLaw.com Free CLE Credit
On this very site, we offer 1 FREE CLE Credit Trial. Just sign up now, and select from three entertaining seminars. Satisfaction guaranteed. (Free credit is available for CA, GA, and CO attorneys only.) Additionally, you can listen to a sample of our CLE classes right on the site!
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