Continuing Legal Education

CLE in Italy

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Seattle University School of Law
901 12th Avenue, Sullivan Hall 209P
P.O. Box 222000
Seattle, WA 98122-1090
(206) 398-4140

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Continuing Legal Education Programs on Civility in the Legal Profession

Presented by Robert's Fund and Seattle University School of Law

Civility Skills: The Art of Listening CLE/CJE in Seattle, WA

Friday, March 13, 2015 - 6.5 CLE credits, including 2 ethics pending

This day-long interactive CLE will focus on listening skill building for lawyers. Click here to add your name to the email list for when registration is open.

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Civility Skills: The Art of Addressing Bias CLE/CJE in Seattle, WA

Friday, August 7, 2015 - 6.5 CLE credits, including 2 ethics pending

This day -long interactive CLE will focus on adressing bias the the legal profession. Click here to add your name to the email list for when registration is open.


Civility Promise CLE/CJE Seminar for Legal Professionals: Tuscany, Italy

October 3-11, 2015 • 30 CLE credits, including 8 ethics pending

Come enjoy the fall colors in the peaceful setting of Sovana, Italy. In this dynamic 8-day seminar,  participants immerse themselves in a continuing education program that integrates lectures, art, discussions, and interactive exercises that focus on fostering civility in the legal profession, complemented by guided excursions through the nearby villages and beautiful countryside. Join us for this seminar that one participant called, "a MUST TAKE...rich, fantastic and thoughtful program with solid materials and seasoned presenters." Click here for a detailed description of the seminar.


The Civility Promise program is a collaboration between Seattle University School of Law and the nonprofit Robert's Fund. Through overseas Continuing Legal Education (CLE) seminars, short seminars in Seattle, and presentations in law firms, Robert's Fund is working to foster civility in the legal profession.