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American Law Institute Continuing Legal Education Offer

New Program Available for Select Library Card Members

The Allegheny County Law Library (ACLL) has partnered with American Law Institute Continuing Legal Education (ALI CLE) to bring eligible members* (firms with 60 attorneys or fewer) preferential access to ALI CLE's premier learning resources. Through a user-friendly landing page, attorneys and staff can search the calendar for upcoming ALI CLE webcasts and telephone seminars and purchase programs at a 15% discount off the list price. In addition to enhancing knowledge and skills with ALI CLE's top-notch programming, these members are also making a valuable contribution: a percentage of the tuition is given to the ACLL to support its endeavors to provide legal information to the legal community and public of Allegheny County and the western region of Pennsylvania.

To access the landing page of course offerings, eligible members should go to http://acll.ali-cle.net and enter their library card number followed by this password - ACLL1 .

The American Law Institute (ALI), founded in 1923, is the leading independent organization in the United States producing scholarly work to clarify, modernize, and otherwise improve the law. Each year, ALI CLE (formerly ALI-ABA) produces hundreds of programs of the highest caliber in numerous fields of law. Practical and sophisticated, taught by prominent lawyers, government agents, judges, and legal academics in the U.S. and abroad, ALI CLE programs are hailed among the profession for being the go-to resource for continuing legal education.

If you have questions about this program, please contact Dr. Joel Fishman at 412.350.5353 or fishman@duq.edu

*If your firm has over 60 attorneys, ALI CLE can create a customized platform that delivers ALI CLE's learning resources in a cost-effective way. For more information on establishing an ALI CLE learning database for your firm, please contact Frank Tomasello, ftomasello@ali-cle.org, (215) 243-1663.