University of Houston Law Center CLE Programs

The University of Houston Law Center provides a variety of continuing legal education programs for its alumni and the legal community. Course topics include consumer law, tax law, family law, trial advocacy, and mediation among others.

Every year, the Law Center offers its alumni five to eight free CLE programs with at least four hours of accreditation. In addition, UHLC also hosts a number of paid CLE programs, including the nationally recognized Annual Ethics and Compliance Symposium.

Bookmark this page to stay up-to-date with UHLC's CLE offerings. For questions about upcoming programs, contact the Director of Continuing Legal Education, Robert Johnson, at rbjohnson@uh.edu.

Practicing Consumer Law
October 3, 2014  
4 hours of CLE credit.
1 hour ethics included.

The seminar includes local, state, and national consumer law experts to help your consumer law practice succeed. Topics include construction litigation, DTPA, arbitration, virtual currency, landlord and tenant law, changes to rules governing Justice Court, insurance, and debt collection.

The CLE is free for University of Houston Law Center alumni, but you must register to attend

2014 Unaccompanied Alien Children (UAC) CLE: Joseph A. Vail Workshop
October 3, 2014
6.75 hours of CLE credit includes 1 hour of ethics.

CLE consists of UAC asylum (morning) and general asylum issues (afternoon)
The CLE training is free, but licensed attorneys must pledge to take at least one UAC case following the training. 

For more UAC CLE trainings in Houston, click here.