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|How Does a Webinar Work?|
A webinar is an interactive distance education tool that will allow you to watch, listen and participate in a live presentation from the comfort of your own office or home; with the use of your touch-tone phone and a computer.
Materials (provided electronically) and instructions for joining the webinar will be emailed the day before the seminar. A current email address is required in order to participate.
CLE Credit Information
KBA webinars are provided from noon to 1 p.m. and have either applied for or have already received approval for 1.0 hour of Kansas and Missouri continuing education credit.
To obtain CLE credit, each attendee must register separately and must participate on a separate computer. The Kansas CLE Commission also requires each attendee to answer a polling question posed on your computer to be answered via the Internet in order to receive credit. To check for a program’s current credit status, please visit our website at www.ksbar.org or the Kansas CLE Commission website at www.kscle.org.
Please note that the Kansas CLE Commission allows only 5.0 hours of nontraditional programming credit (which includes telephone, Web, and On Demand CLEs) to count toward your annual requirements.
If you have any questions regarding these webinars or any other CLE programs, please contact Law Practice Services at (785) 234-5696.
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