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Learn How to Start and Grow Your Own Firm

New lawyers considering opening their own law firms should join us for our February seminar "How to Start and Grow Your Own Law Firm."

Attend the Your First Series this spring for only $35 per course!

New lawyers can attend the entire 7-course Your First Series for only $35 per course in 2015.

Attend the 2015 New Lawyer Experience

Whether you were licensed to practice in 2014 or even if you've been an attorney for over a year, if you have not attended the New Lawyer Experience before, make sure you do on January 29th and 30th.

New Lawyers Section Happy Hour - December 4, 2014

Join members of the MSBA, HCBA, and RCBA New Lawyers Section for their semi-annual Tri-Bar Social at Hell's Kitchen on December 4, 2014.

Win a $50 Amazon Gift Card for Helping Us Plan Programs for You!

Please take 2 minutes to answer this short survey of questions on how we can make our Your First Series better.

New Lawyer Review of Minnesota CLE's "The Strategic Negotiator"

The Strategic Negotiator, taught by Nina Meierding, is an extremely valuable experience.

How Can We Improve Our Services to New Lawyers? Win $50!

Win a $50 Amazon Gift Card for helping us improve our new lawyer programs by taking a short survey.

New Rule: What Gets Paid First, Restitution or Fines?

If a defendant’s sentence includes both a fine and restitution, and if defendant makes one or more payments to court administration, what is payment first credited to - restitution or the fine?

New Lawyer Review of Minnesota CLE's "The Complete Lawyer"

New Lawyer David Hurt offer his review of Minnesota CLE's recent program "The Complete Lawyer."

20 Common Judicial Mistakes You Can Help Judges To Avoid

Though these tips are written to assist judges, we think they can provide useful insight for new lawyers.
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