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Online CLE

Chicago-Kent now offers the convenience of e-learning. Select from a number of short, 1 hour presentations on a variety of substantive topics by outstanding faculty members in an online on-demand video format. The supplemental written materials can be downloaded and printed and the video viewed at your own pace.

 

Each presentation is approved for 1.0 hour of IL MCLE credit. Questions can be emailed to cle@kentlaw.edu and will be answered by the appropriate faculty member or speaker.

 

To receive Illinois MCLE credit for viewing an online video, you must certify your completion by filling out the online evaluation and certification form. Once that has been received, you will receive your certificate. 

Getting Back: Copyright Issues & Social Media

A significant part of Internet activity now takes place through social networks – general-audience ones like Facebook and many specialized ones. Ownership and use of materials placed on such websites is poorly understood. This one-hour video program uses a fifteen minute narrative movie to crystallize some of the issues that typically arise in the social networking context. Then Professor Perritt analyzes more than a dozen copyright issues and related computer-law issues.



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New IL Rules of Evidence

The new Illinois Rules of Evidence became effective on Jan. 1, 2011. Professor Kling provides a succinct summary of the changes, and a detailed comparison with the Federal Rules of Evidence, including helpful examples and reference to Justice DiVito's color-coded guide.



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Happiness and the Law

Understanding human well-being is an essential component of any legal system. New research has enabled the direct measurement of human happiness and these findings have important implications for many aspects of legal practice. 



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