Continuing Legal Education

The AABA has partnered with the Legal Studies Institute at Anne Arundel Community College to provide high-quality, convenient, and local Continuing Legal Education (CLE) to our members. Monthly programs are scheduled to provide attorneys with current knowledge on popular and emerging topics of interest. All programs are held at Anne Arundel Community College in the Center for Applied Learning Technologies (CALT) Building, unless otherwise note.

Upcoming CLE Programs

January 29   LEG 551: Hurt v. Jones-Hurt: At the Intersection of
Military Disability Benefits and Retirement Annuities

This timely program is essential for any attorney who represents or might represent a military service member or member’s spouse.  The interplay between disability and retirement benefits is often misunderstood and misapplied, potentially harming your client’s chance to receive a favorable decision.  Gain a sense of confidence to this area by thoroughly discussing the recent case of Hurt v. Jones-Hurt with those that litigated the case. Learn how to feel more comfortable tackling these issues in a timely and productive manner, and discussing retirement benefits with clients, opposing counsel, plan administrators, and judges.

Speakers:  Honorable Douglas Nazarian; Jack Condliffe, Esq.; and Marla Zide, Esq.

When:  January 28, 2018; 6 – 8 pm

Where:  Room 100, Center for Applied Learning and Technology (CALT) Bldg.

Cost:  $55.00 (Additional $10.00 if out of county)


Registration Instructions

To register for a CLE program, vist the AACC Legal Studies Institute website.
If you have additional questions, contact:

Erin D. Gable, Esq.,CLE Coordinator,
Legal Studies Institute, Anne Arundel Community College
101 College Parkway, Arnold, MD 21012
Phone:  (410) 777-7323