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Register for one of AIM's upcoming webinars or on-demand webinars below.

AIM webinars are FREE to AIM insureds and only $25 for non-insureds, including on-demand viewing. 

Please Note: Pausing on-demand webinars results in ZERO credit.

​For CLE webinar questions, contact Tammy Love at tammy@attorneysinsurancemutual.com.

FOR ALABAMA LAWYERS – AT LEAST 6 HOURS OF LIVE MCLE IS REQUIRED

 

All Alabama lawyers must have 12 Mandatory Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) hours, including 1 ethics hour, per year. The Alabama State Bar gives credit for up to 6 hours of attending recorded, on-demand webinars. The remaining 6 hours must be earned from attending “live” MCLE. AIM always includes Q & A in its live webinars to meet the ASB’s criteria for “live” CLE. To get “live” CLE credit, you must attend the “live” webinars.

 

FOR TENNESSEE LAWYERS – ANY MCLE VARIATION OF 15 HOURS IS ACCEPTED (LIVE, ONLINE OR DISTANCE LEARNING)

 

The Tennessee Bar requires you to earn 15 MCLE hours, including 3 hours of ethics and professionalism. Tennessee attorneys may earn all CLE hours in person, online or via other distance learning methods.

 

If you need a certificate of webinar attendance to provide to the bar of another state, please email tammy@attorneysinsurancemutual.com, and we will gladly provide it to you.

Upcoming Webinars

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On-Demand Webinars

On-Demand Webinars

AIM webinars are FREE to AIM insureds and only $25 for non-insureds, including on-demand viewing. 

Please Note: Pausing on-demand webinars results in ZERO credit. The only on demand webinars that will be available for CLE credit are the ones listed below.

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The Corporate Transparency Act
Tripp Watson, Presenter
Webinar Reference No: 1054
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Uninsured & Underinsured Motorist Basics
Priscilla K. Williams, Presenter
Webinar Reference No: 1053
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No Coal in Your Stocking This Year! Avoiding Ethics Trouble
Sharon Stuart & Ben Parks, Presenters
Webinar Reference No: 1052

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10 Things I Wish I'd Known in Law Practice
Justice Jay Mitchell, Presenter
Webinar Reference No: 1051

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Trial Psychology: The Evolving Science of Persuasion
Helen Kathryn Downs, Presenter
Webinar Reference No: 1050

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Implications of Generative Artificial Intelligence
Harold D. Mooty, III, Presenter
Webinar Reference No: 1049

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Alabama Case Law Update
M. Jansen Voss, Presenter
Webinar Reference No: 1048

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An Arbitration Guide for Attorneys
Al Vance, Presenter
Webinar Reference No: 1047

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Alabama's Remote Notarization Act
Michelle L. Riley, Presenter
Webinar Reference No: 1046

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Effective Brief Writing & Appellate Advocacy
Judge Matt Fridy, Presenter
Webinar Reference No: 1045

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Alabama's Notary Accountability Act of 2023
Michelle L. Riley, Presenter
Webinar Reference No: 1044

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Keeping a Clean Record: Deposition Tips for All Lawyers
Lori Warren, Presenter
Webinar Reference No: 1043

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Subject-Matter Jurisdiction in Alabama and Tennessee
Craig Alexander, Presenter
Webinar Reference No: 1042

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Cyber Liability & Mitigating Risk
Melvin Osswald, Presenter
Webinar Reference No: 1041

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A Cautionary Tale for Litigation Investigations: How an Ordinary Injury Claims Turned into a $13 Billion Lawsuit
Jeff Hammock, Comprehensive Investigative Group, Presenter
Webinar Reference No: 1040

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Hot Topics for Employers 2023
Celia J. Collins, Presenter
Webinar Reference No: 1039

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Mediation Observations: The Good, The Bad & The Ugly
Allen Schreiber, Phillip McCallum & Gaynor St. John, Presenters
Webinar Reference No: 1038

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Employment Law Update
Justin G. Williams, Presenter
Webinar Reference No: 1037

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Ten Civil Procedure Rules You Should Know but Probably Don't
Sharon Stuart, Presenter
Webinar Reference No: 1036

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Cyber Security: How to Protect Your Office from Attack
Paul Zimmerman, Presenter
Webinar Reference No: 1035

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Addressing Theft and Embezzlement Solutions - Ethically
Aaron Dettling, Presenter
Webinar Reference No: 1034

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Insurance 101
John Johnson, Presenter
Webinar Reference No: 1033

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Overview of Practice in Probate Court: A View from the Bench
Judge Alison Boyd, Presenter
Webinar Reference No: 1032

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Bankruptcy Pitfalls to Avoid: A View from the Bench
Judge Tamara Mitchell, Presenter
Webinar Reference No: 1031

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Authentication of Recordings, Photos, and Other Exhibits
Scott Donaldson, Presenter
Webinar Reference No: 1030

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AIM’s REPORTING METHOD

 

AIM’s website will track the number of minutes you watch one of our live or on-demand webinars. Our proprietary tracking system requires almost nothing on your part except watching the webinar and completing the survey. For on-demand webinars, you will enter the exit code at the end.  If our system shows that you did not watch the entire webinar, we cannot and will not report to the ASB that you attended. No exceptions.

 

AIM immediately receives an attendance report after each live webinar and submits bar numbers of each attending lawyer to the Alabama and Tennessee bars directly through the state’s website portals. We do this as a courtesy to you and incur any charges on your behalf.

 

Attendance reports for on-demand webinars are received by AIM weekly, and we report to the state bars weekly.

 

Please be patient. It is not necessary to call AIM to inquire about the status of your submitted MCLE hours. The state bar websites will update once they have completed processing all their MCLE submissions. Providers have 30 days to report attendance to bar associations. Therefore, the bars wait until the reporting period is over to begin making compliance assessments on attorneys who do not have all hours reported. Trust the process, and please keep track of your hours.

 

According to the Alabama State Bar’s MCLE Commission, if you receive a notice of non-compliance around the end of January or the beginning of February, you have until February 15 to submit a corrected transcript indicating compliance or submit a deficiency plan with the $100 late compliance fee.

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