CLE Training

Alumni and Donors

College of Law alumni are partners in our ongoing efforts to provide quality legal education.

Alumni and Donors

College of Law alumni are partners in our ongoing efforts to provide quality legal education.

Get involved through our CLE events

At the University of Tennessee College of Law, our extensive and diverse variety of on-site and online continuing legal education (CLE) programs aim to equip lawyers with the skills and knowledge needed to practice in today’s ever-changing legal market.

We offer a variety of programs geared toward lawyers’ interests that combine current topics with faculty scholarship and research.

If you are interested in learning more about our programs, contact our CLE coordinator Micki Fox.

To register for any of our CLE events, send your BPR number and contact information, including e-mail, to MFox2@utk.edu. Please include the name of the CLE program for which you are registering.

Students may attend for free but must register in advance.

On-Campus/Local CLE Programs
 
Business Transactions: Connecting the Threads III
Friday, Sept. 27, 2019
UT College of Law, Room 135
 

In this one-day program, lawyers will hear from business law professors from the Business Law Prof Blog, who are currently teaching at various schools across the United States. Each discussion will be set up as a panel with the principle speaker engaging with a University of Tennessee College of Law professor and student to discuss developing trends in various areas of business law. The CLE is designed to cover various current topics in business law. Specifically, it aims to weave the threads of topical business law issues together into a tapestry that engages legal scholarship, law teaching, and law practice.

To register for CLE credit, contact Micki Fox at MFox2@utk.edu.
The 10th Annual Appalachian Public Interest Environmental Law Conference
Friday, Sept. 27 – Sunday, Sept. 29, 2019
UT College of Law
 
APIEL is a conference designed to bring lawyers, activists, students, scientists, media, funders, and citizens together from across the Appalachian region and the surrounding areas in the interest of achieving environmental and social justice throughout Appalachia and the surrounding areas.
 
Workshops and presentations at APIEL are designed to give eco-minded and socially conscious people the chance to learn about environmental justice issues impacting our region, their underlying causes, and the legal and policy approaches to addressing these problems.
 
CLE Tennessee has approved this program for 13 credits and 1 dual credit. View the conference schedule.
 
Registration is a two-step process. Participants must register for APIEL conference attendance here. To register for CLE credit, contact Micki Fox at MFox2@utk.edu, include your BPR #, the program for which you’re registering, and if you plan to attend both days of the APIEL conference.
Online CLE Programs
This CLE program, originally offered by the College of Law in Fall 2018, consists of five sessions, each one requiring satisfactory completion of a test for credit to be awarded.
This Business Transactions CLE program, originally offered in the College of Law in Fall 2018 consists of seven lectures, each one requiring satisfactory completion of a test for credit to be awarded.
This Business Transactions CLE program, originally offered in the College of Law in Fall 2017, consists of eight lectures, each one requiring satisfactory completion of a test for credit to be awarded.
This program is available in three online lectures, each carrying at test. All three of the programs have one (1) hour general credit.
Letters of Credit
Online course available here. One (1) hour of general CLE credit. 

If you have questions about any of these programs or CLE credit, please contact Micki Fox at 865-974-8601 or MFox2@utk.edu.