Education and CLE
The Antitrust and Unfair Competition Law Section’s Education Committee is responsible for Continuing Legal Education (CLE) and other programs relating to antitrust and unfair competition law. In addition to organizing its own programs, the Education Committee partners with other bar associations and law schools to sponsor conferences and programs. The Education Committee also maintains a library of past programs available for self-study and CLE credit.
For the Education Committee’s upcoming programs, visit our Events page.
The Education Committee’s online and self-study CLE opportunities are below.
ONGOING OPPORTUNITIES FOR SELF-STUDY & PARTICIPATORY CLE CREDIT
ONLINE CLE FOR PARTICIPATORY CREDIT
View Antitrust and Unfair Competition Law Section programs for participatory CLE credit. Choose from hundreds of hours of CLE programs.
Antitrust programs in the catalog include:
- Annual Golden State Antitrust and Unfair Competition Law Institute
- Celebrating Women in Competition Law in California
- Trends in Government Enforcement and Class Action Practice
- Developments in International Private Antitrust Enforcement
- Big Tech Antitrust and Data Privacy
To see all programs, go to the online catalog and select “Antitrust”.
Online articles from Section publications are available for self-study CLE credit. Each article is worth 1 hour of self-study credit. It’s easy … read an article and then take a 20- question quiz. The answers and justifications are available immediately upon submitting the quiz. You can earn up to 12.5 hours of self-study credit per reporting period. For more information, see our online catalog of articles.
For more information on all education offered by CLA, including our free MCLE of the month, click here.