Continuing Legal Education (CLE) or Continuing Paralegal Education (CPE) credit is
available for attending the sessions presented by Lexis-Nexis on Saturday.

PRE-APPROVED STATES*             CREDIT NOT AVAILABLE
AK, AR, AZ, CA, CT, FL, GA,            DC, MA, MD, MI, NC, SD
HI, ND, NH, NJ, NV, OK, OR,
SC, TX, VA, WI

10:45-11:45 a.m.  DRINKING FROM A FIRE HYDRANT:  BASIC LEGAL
(1 Credit)              RESEARCH IN THE AGE OF TECHNOLOGY

                              - Model Rules & Technology
                              - Using Citations, Party Names, and Source Selection
                              - Refining Your Search
                              - Sections of a Case
                              - Topic Summary Reports
                              - Citation Services
                              - Research History
                              - Public Records

1:15-2:15 p.m.     THE MODERN CAMPFIRE:  DISCOVERING THE
(1 Credit)             RIGHT STORIES USING ADVANCED LEGAL
                              RESEARCH TECHNIQUES

                             - Finding Supporting and Limiting Cases (Shepard's)
                             - Legal Issue Trail
                             - Segment Searching
                             - Researching Legal Topics
                             - Ethical Considerations
                             - Misconduct During Discovery
                             - Misconduct Related to Social Media
                             - Browsing Sources
                             
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*If a state is not listed as pre-approved, that doesn't mean it would not issue credit. Typically it
means that Lexis-Nexis would have to submit the curriculum to the state each time the topic is
presented. Our Lexis-Nexis instructor stated that she has never had a situation where someone
didn't receive credit unless their state was on the "Not Available" list.  The instructor also
stated that sometimes when a state is listed as "Not Available," it may mean that it does not
require CLE.

NOTE:  For CPE credit, Lexis-Nexis will issue a certificate to confirm attendance but does not
              report directly to the state.

              For CLE credit, Lexis-Nexis does report directly to the state.