We are now offering scholarship passes or current law students to attend any of our upcoming seminars!*
Students will get an overview of a particular aspect of the law, a seminar manual, and an opportunity to network with practicing attorneys. This is an excellent opportunity to explore new areas of law, learn more about an area of interest, or brush up for exams.
Scholarship seats fill quickly, so don't delay!
*Passes are available on a first-come first-served basis. The first 5 law students to register for each program attend for free. After the 5 free scholarhips have been used, additional students may attend for $50 per person.
Select a Seminar for Exact Location & Details
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To register, select an available seminar from this list and enter the Seminar # along with your contact information in the form in the left column.
If you have any questions, please call us at 715-855-0495.
ADA, FMLA, and Workers' Compensation
Advanced Workers' Compensation
Commercial Landlord-Tenant Law: Issues and Remedies
Construction Law: Designs, Delays, Disputes, and Delivery
Employment Law: Rights, Benefits, and Emerging Issues
Employment Law Update: Cutting Edge Issues
Essential Issues in Residential Landlord-Tenant Law (Morning Half-Day)
Essentials of Employment Law
Estate and Trust Planning
Family Law in Modern America
Full Implementation: Navigating the ACA Minefield
Fundamentals of Landlord-Tenant Law
Fundamentals of Workers' Compensation
Landlord-Tenant Law: Defaults, Evictions, and Collections (Morning Half-Day)
Landlord-Tenant Law: From Lease to Eviction
Landlord-Tenant Law: Lease Agreements, Defaults, and Collections
Landlord-Tenant Law: Lease Agreements, Defaults, and Evictions
Personal Injury Law: From Start to Finsish
Property Management 101
Property Tax Appeals
Residential Landlord-Tenant Law: Rentals and Remedies
Residential Landlord-Tenant Law: Tenancy and Evictions (Morning Half-Day)
The Nuts and Bolts of Employment Law (Morning Half-Day)
Today's Issues in Immigration Law and Practice
Workers' Compensation Issues in West Virginia