Registration for SCI’s Annual Wildlife Law Continuing Legal Education Course is Open
January 2022 will mark the 14th time SCI hosts its wildlife law CLE during SCI’s Convention. “Current Issues in Domestic and International Wildlife Law” is a unique continuing legal education course that focuses on laws, regulations, policies, and judicial opinions related to wildlife, wildlife management, hunting, and conservation. The course will address hot topics from experts in the field of wildlife law, including a discussion by former Secretary of the Interior David Bernhardt, a presentation about the Migratory Bird Treaty Act, Hunting and Legal Ethics, and more!
The course will be held Friday, January 21st from 1:00 PM – 5:15 PM Pacific at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. The course will also be live-streamed for participants who cannot attend in person. Virtual attendees should check with their state bar(s) to ensure live-streamed CLEs meet accreditation criteria. Virtual attendees will have the opportunity for Q&A with presenters during the course.
The fee for the four-hour course, including one hour of ethics credit, is $275.00. For those who register by January 7, 2022, the fee will cover the cost of the course and a half-day, morning attendance at the SCI Annual Hunters’ Convention on January 21, 2022. You can attend Convention in the morning and the CLE in the afternoon! Registration after January 7th will cover only the cost of the course. In addition, SCI staff will apply for accreditation with state bars as needed, up to two applications per attendee. SCI has never been denied accreditation with any state for its previous 13 CLEs.
If you are or know an attorney who would like to fulfill his or her CLE requirements by learning about the latest issues in wildlife law, this is the place to get it all! Membership in SCI is not required for attendance, in-person or virtually.
Any questions about the course should be directed to Jeremy Clare and Regina Lennox at email@example.com. Register below!