• Continuing Legal Education

    The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania in 1997 set the standards for continuing legal education programs. It established minimum requirements for training in standards of professional competence and ethical behavior. Attorneys must participate and accumulate 12 hours of instruction annually, 11 substantive credits and 1 credit of ethics. The PCEA offers classes three times each year, so you can schedule your course work when it's convenient for you. Course topics can include:

    • Environmental Law
    • Business Law
    • Consumer Rights
    • Family Business Succession Planning
    • Fair Housing and Stigmatized Properties
    • Professional Ethics
    • Common Errors in Estate Plans
    •  Sexual Harassment in the Workplace
    • Social Security Disability
    • Retirement Strategies for a Small Law Practice
    • Using the Recorder of Deeds Office
    • Juvenile Court/Delinquency Law
    • Bankruptcy
    • Tax Exempt Status for Your Organization
    • Federal Tax Law

    Registration Options

    • Register online through the CCAC Noncredit Store. (You will find CLE classes under the Legal Education Tab)
    • Register by phone: 412.788.7546
    • Register in person: Walk in to any CCAC campus between 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. VISA, MasterCard, Discover Card, cash or check is accepted. Hours may vary by campus.
    • Register by mail: Print and complete the registration form on brochure.
      Mail to
      : CLE Program
      CCAC, West Hills Center
      Room N1200
      1000 McKee Road
      Oakdale, PA 15071

     

     
  • Beverly Stellfox
    CCAC Center for Professional Development
    CCAC West Hills Center
    1000 McKee Road
    Oakdale, PA 15071
    Phone: 412.788.7385
    bstellfox@ccac.edu