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NCBJ Online Bankruptcy Learning brings you varied options for distance learning:
- Free Podcasts - new 15 - 30 minute podcasts by judges and insolvency experts added monthly
- On Demand recorded programs - some programs offer CLE credit from states that allow credit for recorded programs. Consult your state bar or courts for rules on CLE credit for recorded programs as self-study and self-reporting. Come for the credit or just for the education. Newer programs have fee-based access.
- Live Webinars - scheduled 90-minute programs presented by judges and insolvency experts are offered throughout the year. Each session includes Q & A with the presenters, written materials and access to the webinar PowerPoint. NCBJ applies for webinar CLE credit which is generally granted from states that require CLE credits. There are exceptions, most notably Kansas (no distance learning is approved) and Pennsylvania, where NCBJ does not meet all prerequisites.
Special LIVE Summer Programs at NYU
NCBJ in coordintion with New York University Law School is offering two 75-minute CLE* programs on the afternoon of July 10, 2019. Registration is FREE and limited to 50 per program, on a first come, first serve basis.
RSVP cut off is June 27th or whenever all seats have been reserved. RSVP instructions on the programs flyer.
1:30 – 2:45 pm EDT WRITTEN MATERIALS
Sanction and Contempt: Sources and Limits of Bankruptcy Court Authority to Remedy Misconduct
Panelists: Hon. Sandra Klein (Bankr. C.D. CA.), Hon. Alan Trust (Bankr. E.D. N.Y.) and Moderator: NYU Professor Troy McKenzie
3 – 4:45 pm EDT WRITTEN MATERIALS
Current Issues in Bankruptcy Litigation
Panelists: Hon. Benjamin A. Kahn (Bamnkr.M.D. N.C.), Hon. Michael E. Wiles (Bankr.S.D. N.Y.) and Moderator: NYU Professor Troy McKenzie
*CLE applied for in NY, CA and MO and attorneys may self-report in certain other states.
Consumer Tax Issues in Bankruptcy
Sept. 12, 2019
Live Webinar 1:00 - 2:30 pm EDT
Preparing for Success: Managing Tax Issues in Consumer Bankruptcy. The panel will discuss common tax issues arising in consumer bankruptcy cases, with a focus on tax claims, the consequences of when a bankruptcy petition is filed, consequences of chapter selection, handling tax claims in bankruptcy and common discharge issues.
Judge Paul Sala
U.S. Bankruptcy Court
District of Arizona
Ari. D. Kunofsky
U.S. Dept. of Justice
District of Columbia
Cox Law Group
CLE credit applied for • $99 • Written Materials • Live Q & A