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Alternate Dispute Resolution Information on the Internet
Alternate Dispute Resolution Information on the Internet
Arizona Law on the Internet
Arizona Law on the Internet II
Arizona Professional Responsibility
Arizona Professional Responsibility II
Arizona Professional Responsibility III
Bankruptcy Law on the Internet
Bankruptcy Law on the Internet
Bankruptcy Law on the Internet
Bankruptcy Law on the Internet II
Bankruptcy Law on the Internet II
Bankruptcy Law Reform on the Internet
Bankruptcy Law Reform on the Internet
Bankruptcy Law Reform on the Internet
Civil Discovery Law on the Internet
Civil Discovery Law on the Internet
Civil Discovery Law on the Internet
Code Sections and Statutes on the Internet
Code Sections and Statutes on the Internet
Code Sections and Statutes on the Internet II
Corporation and Securities Law on the Internet
Corporation and Securities Law on the Internet
Corporation and Securities Law on the Internet
Corporation and Securities Law on the Internet II
Corporation and Securities Law on the Internet II
Criminal Law Practice on the Internet
Criminal Law Practice on the Internet
Criminal Law Practice on the Internet
Criminal Law Practice on the Internet II
Criminal Law Practice on the Internet II
Criminal Law Practice on the Internet III
Cyberspace Law and the Internet-Rev. Sept. 2015
Cyberspace Law on the Internet
Discrimination Law on the Internet
Discrimination Law on the Internet
Discrimination Law on the Internet II
Discrimination Law on the Internet II
Electronic Discovery Issues on the Internet
Electronic Discovery Issues-Rev. Sept.2016
Eliminating Bias in the Legal Profession
Employment and Labor Law on the Internet
Employment and Labor Law on the Internet
Employment and Labor Law on the Internet II
Entertainment Law on the Internet
Entertainment Law on the Internet - Revised - Oct.2016
Entertainment Law on the Internet II
Entertainment Law on the Internet III
Estate and Tax Planning on the Internet.
Estate and Tax Planning on the Internet.
Evidence Based Medicine on the Internet
Evidence Based Medicine on the Internet II
Family and Domestic Law Practice on the Internet
Family and Domestic Law Practice on the Internet
Family and Domestic Law Practice on the Internet
Family and Domestic Law Practice on the Internet II
Family and Domestic Law Practice on the Internet II
Family and Domestic Law Practice on the Internet III
Free Case Law Research on the Internet (CA)
Free Case Law Research on the Internet (NY)
Immigration Law on the Internet
Immigration Law on the Internet
Intellectual Property law and the Internet I
Intellectual Property law on the Internet
Intellectual Property law on the Internet II
Intro: AMA Guides to the Evaluation of Permanent Impairment, I
Intro: AMA Guides to the evaluation of Permanent Impairment, II
Intro: AMA Guides to the Evaluation of Permanent Impairment, III
Intro: AMA Guides to the Evaluation of Permanent Impairment, IV
Law Office Management on the Internet
Law Office Management on the Internet
Law Practice Aids on the Internet
Law Practice Aids on the Internet
Law Practice Aids on the Internet
Legal Ethics of Advertising and Solicitation
Legal Ethics on the Internet
Legal Ethics on the Internet II
Legal Ethics on the Internet III
Legal Ethics on the Internet IV
Legal Ethics on the Internet V
Legal Ethics on the Internet VI
Legal Ethics on the Internet VII
Litigation Support on the Internet
Litigation Support on the Internet
Litigation Support on the Internet
New York and New Jersey Law on the Internet (NY)
New York and New Jersey Law on the Internet II (NY)
New York Professional Responsibility
New York Professional Responsibility II
New York Professional Responsibility III
Personal Injury Practice on the Internet
Personal Injury Practice on the Internet
Personal Injury Practice on the Internet
Personal Injury Practice on the Internet II
Personal Injury Practice on the Internet II
Personal Injury Practice on the Internet III
Rating Permanent Disability on the Internet (CA)
Rating Permanent Disability on the Internet II (CA)
Rating Permanent Disability on the Internet III (CA)
Rating Permanent Disability on the Internet IV (CA)
Rating Permanent Disability on the Internet V (CA)
Rating Permanent Disability on the Internet VI (CA)
Real Property Law on the Internet
Sports Law on the Internet
Sports Law on the Internet
Substance Abuse Information on the Internet
Substance Abuse Information on the Internet
Taxation Law on the Internet
Tort Law on the Internet
Tort Law on the Internet
Trial Procedures and Evidence on the Internet
Trial Procedures and Evidence on the Internet
Trial Procedures and Evidence on the Internet
Trial Procedures and Evidence on the Internet II
Trial Procedures and Evidence on the Internet II
MCLE COURSES AND INSTRUCTIONS.
 
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HOW IT WORKS
You will be linked to Legal websites on the Internet that contain current information relative to the course you are taking. You will be taken through the website by interactive instructions that will guide you to where the information resides and inform you how to best access it. Then you will be directed to review the information onscreen.

REQUIREMENTS AND INSTRUCTIONS
1. You must have a PC/Mac or laptop with an Internet connection.

2. You must devote at least one hour to each course. The program will not allow you to submit your course unless you have devoted the required time. In the event you complete the formal interactive exercises in less than one hour, use the knowledge and skills you have acquired to return to a website(s) of choice relative to the course subject matter and further review additional materials offered.

3. Each course contains ten (10) to twelve (12) exercises and questions. There is No Pass/Fail criteria. However, all exercises must be done and questions answered as part of the interactive process. The program will not allow the course to be submitted unless all questions are answered.

4. Choose a course by clicking on its title.

5. Members Enter your User I.D. and Password in the "Already a Member?" box and click Submit. New users may enter their registration information in the "Not a Member Yet?" fields.

6. Enter your Bar or State Registration Number in the space provided and choose your state. Be careful your e-mail appears correctly as that is where your Certificate of Completion will be sent. Your login time will be electronically recorded on the course.

7. Upon completion, click on Submit. This will electronically record your logout time.

8. After submission your MCLE Certificate of Completion will come up on screen along with an evaluation form. We ask that you complete the evaluation form and click submit, it is not required, however. You can print your MCLE Certificate of Completion at this point and a Certificate will also be sent to your e-mail.
NOTE: The following instructions are intended for use with either Internet Explorer or Netscape browsers. THEY WILL NOT WORK WITH THE AOL BROWSER. If you are an AOL subscriber, and do not presently use either IE or Netscape in conjunction with your service, you can download them free at www.microsoft.com/ie or www.netscape.com.

NAVIGATING THE COURSE

HARDCOPY

This is the easiest and most popular way of doing the courses and the way we recommend they be done. Print out the course after filling in your Bar/Reg. Number and choosing your state. The first exercise will start by clicking on the Lawworm.com Index page link. Follow the exercise instructions to review the necessary legal content on the Internet and answer the question on your hardcopy.

If the following exercise calls for you to start once again with the Lawworm.com Index page link, close the web page you are on by clicking the “X” at the upper right of your screen. (red dot, upper left for Macs) This will take you back to the course where you can click on the lawworm.com link again. On the other hand, if the next exercise requires you to continue with the web page you are already on, just follow the exercise instructions from that point. Finish the course, close the last web page, then transfer your answers from the hardcopy to the screen and submit.

ONSCREEN
This is especially convenient when you are doing the course from a distance (anywhere in the world) and using a laptop with no access to a printer.
Every course will start by clicking on the Lawworm.com Index page link contained within the first exercise. You will launch onto the internet through the index page interface, do the exercise, then will have to return to the course to answer your question and move on to the next exercise. In order to return to the course simply click on the Lawworm MCLE icon on your task bar. Your task bar is located at the very bottom of your screen, to the right of the “Start,” button. When an exercise directs you to continue with the web page you are/were on, return to that web page by simply clicking the Lawworm.com icon again, which will alternate you back to that web page. (Mac users alternate back with F10 key)

Another way of accomplishing this is with the ALT-TAB function on your keyboard. (APPLE-TAB for Macs) ALT-TAB will alternate you back and forth between the course, and the internet. For those who desire to use this method, the technique is as follows:
Thumb on ALT key, hold it down, then depress the TAB key rapidly with your index finger, and lift both fingers. Think of it as a one-two-lift rhythm.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION
NEVER ATTEMPT TO USE THE "BACK" TAB OF YOUR BROWSER TO RETURN TO THE COURSE MATERIAL AFTER FINISHING AN EXERCISE OR TO RETURN TO THE PREVIOUS WEBSITE PAGE WHEN THE COURSE MATERIAL INSTRUCTS YOU TO DO SO. ONLY USE THE BACK TAB WHEN INSTRUCTED TO DO SO.

YOU CAN MONITOR THE COURSES YOU HAVE TAKEN AND MANAGE YOUR ACCOUNT ONLINE, e.g. change password, e-mail, etc. by logging in then clicking on MY ACCOUNT and choosing the task you would like to perform.

ALWAYS PRINT A HARDCOPY OF THE COURSE whenever possible, even if you are doing it entirely onscreen, because while you are working on a website there will be a number of instructions given. It is much easier to follow the instructions from the hardcopy as opposed to alternating back and forth to the course to read them.
More courses are constantly being developed. Suggestions on subject matter are always welcomed.

DISCLAIMER
Lawworm.com courses are designed for educational purposes only and do not purport to, and are not intended to impart legal advice of any nature, on any subject matter or relative to any factual situation. Laws are constantly changing and are subject to legislative actions and judicial interpretation. Those dealing with specific factual scenarios should always perform research concerning case law, interpretation, and decisions, and legislative action current to the date or consult an appropriate legal professional on the matter.

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