Bridging the Gap

January 16th, 2013 | Posted by cilliano in Education | Law | Lawyer | Marino Legal

new york cleReceiving news that you have successfully passed your bar exams and are legally qualified to practice as an attorney is a joyous experience. However, this time can also be disorienting and somewhat intimidating as you attempt to transition from education to practice.

At Marino Legal, we have been educating attorneys since 1946 and know well the challenges faced by newly admitted attorneys. Having witnessed the confusion experienced by many new attorneys, we introduced our ‘bridge the gap’ New York CLE – a series of live lectures offered to newly admitted attorneys in New York and New Jersey, intended to aid attorneys in applying the vast knowledge they gained while studying.

Our ‘Bridge the Gap’ weekends are designed to satisfy a full year of New York newly admitted CLE credits, i.e. 3.0 Ethics CLE credits, 6.0 Skills CLE credits and 7.0 Professional Practice CLE credits, allowing you to acquire the wherewithal to practice as an attorney without having to sacrifice excessive amounts of money and time. If you cannot manage to schedule an entire weekend for your ‘Bridge the Gap’ course, then simply attend one day of one weekend, and complete your course by attending another day of another weekend course that suits your schedule.

At just $350 for a complete weekend, Marino Legal, the New York continuing legal education specialists, offer the leading ‘bridge the gap’ package for newly admitted attorneys eager to begin making their mark.

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