Each of the following online seminars can be viewed at absolutely no charge. These seminars are intended for the use of CVLS volunteers who have agreed to provide pro bono services.
CVLS is an accredited provider of Illinois MCLE courses and all of the seminars listed here are approved for Illinois MCLE credit only. You may apply for CLE credit for viewing one of the following seminars in its entirety. This CLE credit can be applied to the minimum continuing legal education requirements for Illinois attorneys. To receive CLE credit for viewing a seminar, submit the request form on the individual seminar's page.
- Adult Guardianship & GAL
- Child Rep
- Client Resources
- Court & Hearings
- Decedent Estates
- Estate Planning & Powers of Attorney
- Mental Health
- Minor Guardianship & GAL
- Professional Responsibility Credit
- Real Estate
- Substance Abuse
What to Know About the Migrant Displacement : Recent Actions by TX, Fl, and AZ Moving Migrants to “Sanctuary Cities”
Chicago has recently seen buses of Central American migrants delivered to Union Station without notice or warning. These people had no idea they were coming here and no idea what they will do now. Other sanctuary cities are getting their own groups sent by Florida and Texas governors. However, beyond the obvious headlines, these migrants come with practical and legal issues and an obvious need for pro bono legal assistance. CVLS Immigration Attorney Massiel Tarango will introduce the issues and discuss some options for possible relief.
Who Cares for the Caregiver? A Crash Course on Powers of Attorney
A panel discussion on the basics of powers of attorney for healthcare and property and their role in the estate planning process.
Zoom in the Time of COVID-19
COVID-19 has forced many judges to start holding remote hearings over Zoom. In this seminar, Carol Casey will discuss how to prepare your clients for a Zoom hearing, and how to prepare yourself for a remote contested hearing. It isn’t likely that Zoom will be going anywhere soon, and these skills will be crucial for attorneys for the foreseeable future.