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Legislative And Government Affairs CLE

Quimbee’s legislative and government affairs continuing legal education (CLE) courses deliver the content lawyers need with engaging videos that are fun to watch.

Legislative And Government Affairs CLE Courses

    Legislative And Government Affairs FAQ

    Quimbee Legislative and Government Affairs CLE Online

    If you’re looking for a simple, engaging way to learn about legislative and government affairs and fulfill your continuing legal education (CLE) requirements, look no further than Quimbee CLE online.

    All Quimbee CLE online courses are built from the ground up by our world-class team of attorneys and designers. Our goal is to create a product that will not only help you meet your CLE requirements, but will actually be enjoyable. Sign up for a Quimbee CLE course today!

    An Overview of Legislative and Government Affairs

    Congress and other legislative bodies continue to face increasingly complex issues. These issues often require experts outside of legislatures. Often, these experts come from law firms’ legislative and government-affairs practices. Legislative and government-affairs practitioners are primarily concerned with helping their clients navigate governmental issues related to laws, public policy, and regulation.

    Government-affairs practices at law firms typically include registered lobbyists, attorneys, and policy advisors. These professionals tend to have some form of prior experience within government. In addition, they typically have expertise in a particular area of law or policy, including antitrust, campaign finance, energy, healthcare, finance, tax, telecommunications, or trade.

    Who Should Take CLE Courses in Legislative and Government Affairs?

    Any attorney working with governments—whether it be at the local, state, or federal level—could greatly benefit from CLE courses in legislative and government affairs. Even nonattorneys (or nonpracticing attorneys) such as lobbyists, legislators, or public-policy professionals could benefit from better understanding this field.