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Municipal attorneys who attended the full 2023 Municipal Attorneys Institute may claim 13 CLE credits which includes 1.5 EPR credits for the Wednesday ethics session.
The Minnesota Board of Continuing Legal Education approved 10 credits which includes 7.5 Standard credits, 1.25 Ethics credits, and 1.25 Elimination of Bias credits.
Individual attorneys are responsible for reporting their actual hours of attendance.
- Gambling for Public Officials: How to Balance Municipal Risk
- Cameras and Questions: First Amendment Audits and How to Prepare
- Balancing Public Interest and Professional Responsibility: Ethics for Municipal Attorneys
- Raze Orders
- Talk of the Town (or Village or City): Employment Law Hot Spots
- Drafting Ordinances: The Fine Art of Red Tape
- 5 Things That the Municipal Attorney Does That Planners Hate
- Practice Tips for TIF Projects from a Bond Lawyer
- Trial Skills
- Municipal Regulation of Solar Energy Systems
- CRE for the OCA: Commercial Real Estate for Municipal Attorneys
- Conscious Inclusion: Practical advice for an inclusive workplace
- First Amendment Claims: The Impact of Kennedy v. Bremerton School District 0n Wisconsin Municipalities
- More Sage Advice from Seasoned Municipal Attorneys
- The Wild and Wacky World of Sovereign Citizen Suits
- Competitive Bidding
Municipal attorneys who attended the full 2022 Municipal Attorneys Institute may claim 12.5 CLE credits which includes 1.5 EPR credits for the Wednesday ethics session. NOTE: Although the Wisconsin Board of Bar Examiners approved 16.5 CLE hours (credits), attorneys may only claim a maximum of 12.5 since attorneys could only attend 4 of the 8 sessions that ran concurrently Thursday morning! With the exception of the Wednesday afternoon Ethics session, attorneys may claim 1 CLE credit for each presentation attended.
The Minnesota Board of Continuing Legal Education approved 9.25 standard CLE credits and 1.25 ethics credits.
- The First Amendment and Government Use of Social Media
- In the Barrel: Riding the Wave of an External HR Investigation
- Potpourri of Ethics Issues for Local Government Lawyers and Lawyers Who Represent Local Governments
- Legal Issues That Arise When Resuscitating Fire and EMS
- No Vacancy: Rethink your tourism strategy, take control of your room taxes, and fill your hotels
- Water Tower Agreements: Don’t Let the Cell Phone Carriers Get the Upper Hand
- Update on Arrest and Conviction Record Discrimination in Wisconsin
- ARPA and Beyond: Procurement and Subrecipient Agreements Under the Federal Uniform Guidance, 2 CFR 200
- Coyotes and Turkeys and Deer, Oh My! Living with Urban Wildlife in a Modern Emerald City
- High Profile Critical Incidents: Preparing for and Managing Crisis Events
- Sage Advice from Well-Seasoned Municipal Attorneys
- Understanding the State Ethics Code Applicable to Local Public Officials
- Indemnification & Insurance Clauses* *You agree to hold us harmless from any errors in this presentation.
- Quasi-Judicial Capacity: What? When? How?
- Legislative Update
The Wisconsin Board of Bar Examiners approved 12.5 CLE hours (credits) for the 2021 Municipal Attorneys Institute, which includes includes 1.5 EPR credits for the Wednesday ethics session. With the exception of the Wednesday afternoon Ethics session, attorneys may claim 1 CLE credit for each presentation attended. The Minnesota Board of Continuing Legal Education approved 8.5 Standard CLE credits for the 2021 Municipal Attorneys Institute and 1.25 ethics credits.
- The Rule of Law and the Practice of Law (Hagedorn)
- Sign Regulations Post-Reed: An Update
- Ethics for Municipal Attorneys – The Perils of Trying to do the Right Thing
- New Property Tax Cases Update
- Public Finance for Non-Bond Attorneys
- Interesting Employment Issues Surrounding CBD and Marijuana
- Licensing and Regulation of Alcohol Beverages Update
- Municipal Brownfield Remediation Strategies and Emerging Contaminants (PFAS/PFOA)
- Technology & Legal Research Tips for Municipal Attorneys
- Real Estate Acquisition for Public Projects: What Municipal Attorneys Should Know about Eminent Domain
- Don’t be Taken for Ransom: Cybersecurity in Local Government
- The American Rescue Plan: Best Practices and Lessons Learned
- Road Law 201
- Qualified Immunity in Civil Rights Cases: The National Debate Calling for its Demise
- Best Meeting Practices
- Legislative Update
The Wisconsin Board of Bar Examiners approved 10 CLE hours (credits) for the 2020 Municipal Attorneys Institute. With the exception of the Thursday morning presentation on Governance of Wisconsin Police Departments and Proposals for Reform, which is worth 2 CLE hours, attorneys may claim 1 CLE credit for each presentation attended. The Minnesota Board of Continuing Legal Education approved 8.25 Standard CLE credits for the 2020 Virtual Municipal Attorneys Institute. Individual attorneys are responsible for reporting their actual hours of attendance.
Topics for 2020 Virtual Municipal Attorneys Institute
COVID-19: Lessons Learned
2020 Wisconsin Elections: What You Need to Know
Strategies to End Workplace Bullying and Harassment
TIF: Current Trends and Best Practices
Service Animals and Emotional Support Animals: Is the Elephant Allowed in the Room?
Governance of Wisconsin Police Departments and Proposals for Reform
Legal and Operational Overview of Wisconsin's New Body Camera Law
Zoning Regulations in Wisconsin and the U.S. – Where We Have Been and Where We are Heading
Development Agreement Scramble – A Survey of Approaches
The Minnesota Board of Continuing Legal Education approved 8.25 Standard CLE credits for the 2020 Virtual Municipal Attorneys Institute.