This webinar begins at 1:00pm EASTERN time and ends at 2:00pm EASTERN time.
The issue of judicial ethics is a hot topic in the press. What might surprise you is that there are no ethics codes that bind the U.S. Supreme Court. And that is for good reason – separation of powers. If Congress could create ethical rules for the Supreme Court, then that would give them power over the Supreme Court not found in the U.S. Constitution. This class discusses the current status of ethical rules applying at the Supreme Court, the constitutional issues at play, and how this impacts the public’s confidence in the judiciary.
This Webinar is Approved in the Following States
- California, 1.0 ethics hour
- Florida, 1.0 ethics hour, which includes 0.5 State & Federal Government and Administrative Practice Certification Credits
- Georgia, 1.0 ethics hour
- Indiana, 1.0 ethics hour
- Kansas, 1.0 ethics hour
- Missouri, 1.2 ethics
- New Mexico, 1.0 ethics hour
- Pennsylvania, 1.0 ethics hour
- Tennessee, 1.0 dual hour
This Webinar is Pending in the Following States
- Mississippi, 1.0 ethics hour
Comedian of Law generally does not provide refunds, but does offer credits that can be used on future courses. So if you register for an in person CLE or a webinar and are not able to attend, we will give you a credit for your purchase price, which you can apply toward another in person CLE or webinar in the future. Please contact our office if you have questions regarding our refund policy, to notify us you cannot attend a course you purchased or for information on how to sign up using a credit.
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How to Register with Zoom
- Log in to your account
- Click on the webinar you wish to register for from your list of Purchased CLE Programs
- Fill out the short Zoom registration sheet and click on “Register” to complete
- You will then receive an email from Zoom, which will have your personal link to access the webinar.
Important Information Regarding Registration
- Do not wait until 2 minutes before the webinar to register with Zoom if possible, as you cannot log in until you get the email from Zoom and while email is usually instantaneous, we all know that isn’t always the case.
- You must be watching the webinar in order to get credit. Most states accredit webinars differently than other formats and in order to get webinar credit, you must be watching, not just listening using the audio only link.
- There will be poll questions every hour, as many states require them. If you don’t answer the poll question and your state requires them, we can’t award credit for that hour. The poll questions are NOT obscure, as Joel always announces them before he runs them, and he reads them out loud. If your state requires you answer them, please don’t miss them. Please note that you will not be able to answer poll questions if you are using an audio only link, which is another reason you need to be WATCHING (not just listening to audio only version) the video presentation.
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- Click on "My Account" in the yellow box in the upper right hand corner
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- Find the webinar in the "Purchased CLE Programs" section and click on it
- The written materials will then be under "Resources"
How to Get Credit for the Webinar
- All webinar certificates are done by hand, so you will not get them when the webinar is over. We have to cross reference your log in and log out times and your poll questions to figure out how much credit you earned.
- You will receive your certificate of attendance within a week of the webinar and it will be sent to the email address you used when you registered for the webinar.
- Comedian of Law will report to all states that are provider report states. If your state is a self-reporting state, we will not (like FL, IA or MO for example). Hours are usually reported right before certificates of attendance are sent, but the email you receive will explain.