Continuing Education

Cumberland School of Law offers a full complement of Continuing Legal Education (CLE) seminars led by distinguished attorneys from the Alabama Bar, top legal consultants from across the nation, and our own outstanding faculty.

Schedule of Live Seminars+

Legal Challenges Facing Health Care Providers

September 9, 2016


Development and Trends in Health Care Law 2016

September 16, 2016


Bankruptcy Law Update

October 14, 2016


Southeastern Business Law Institute 2016

October 20-21, 2016

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Workers' Compensation Law

November 4, 2016

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Jere F. White Jr. Trial Advocacy Institute

November 11, 2016

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Trends in Commercial Real Estate Law

November 18, 2016

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Employment Law Update

December 1, 2016

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Class Actions and Business Litigation

December 9, 2016

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Immigration Law

December 15, 2016


CLE by the Hour

December 20, 2016

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All seminars are offered in Birmingham unless otherwise indicated.

Webcasts and Online, On-demand Courses+

Cumberland School of Law CLE offers a wide range of online CLE courses. Conveniently view anytime, anywhere, in increments of time that are convenient for you, and without the time and expense of travel away from your office. Pursuant to Alabama CLE Rule 4.1.16, you can receive half (six) of your CLE credit hours per year online.

Please note that you must follow all the steps to submit a completion certificate in order to receive MCLE credit in Alabama whose regulations permit attorneys to earn six hours annually for pre-approved online courses.

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Lunchtime Webcasts+

All lunchtime webcasts are one hour long and count as live CLE credit. 

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Mandatory Professionalism Seminars+

The Alabama State Bar MCLE Rule 9 requires all newly admitted members of the bar to complete a three-hour course in professionalism within twelve months of admission. Cumberland CLE administers the program for the Alabama State Bar in odd years and CLE Alabama in even years. If you think you may be excluded from this requirement, please contact the Alabama State Bar.
To contact CLEAlabama, call 800-627-6514 or 205-348-6230 or e-mail them at

Mandatory Professionalism Seminar for New Admittees

January 20, 2017


Mandatory Professionalism Seminar for New Admittees

May 11, 2017


Two additional Mandatory Professionalism Seminars will be available in Fall 2017. Dates to be determined.