Continuing Legal Education

Michael West Investigator

Free, credited CLE workshops for your organization. 

So that we can help you to find answers yourself, we have developed seven programs, focused on what you have told us you need.  All courses are approved by the Arkansas Continuing Legal Education Board and you receive 1 hour CLE credit for each program. We have also recently received approval in Tennessee.

Each workshop includes information about when to use a private investigator, licensing laws, laws relating to stalking, pitfalls when clients conduct their own investigation, laws relating to ineffectual counsel when a PI should have (but wasn’t) used, and more!

These workshops are specifically designed to be presented at your office, for your convenience. Imagine a training day when your speaker comes to you!

And they are FREE!

Use it to enhance your personal knowledge or knowledge of your staff. “Hiring and Utilizing a Private Investigator in Your Law Practice” has already been approved by the National Association of Legal Assistants (1 hr CLAE). We will help you and your staff understand the benefits and issues relating to working with Private Investigators.

"Ethical Issues Relating to Hiring and Working with Private Investigators"

ETH45499. Learn the ethical pitfalls of working with private investigators.

"Investigative Interviews"

TRL47244. Law Enforcement is not the friend of your client. Learn practical reasons why from an experienced investigator’s point of view.

"Evidence Control - A Practical Primer for Legal Professionals"

Updated for 2019. Learn from real-life examples of how evidence is really handled and how you can use that information to help your client.

"Hiring and Utilizing a Private Investigator in Your Law Practice"

LPM45501. Learn how quality private investigators can help you make better cases and impress your clients.

"Church Fraud"

Updated for 2019. Learn types of church fraud and how to help protect clients.

"Finding Hidden Assets - Bringing It All Together"

CRM45500. Learn where and how to find assets before you file your cases.

"Ethical Issues Relating to Attorney Investigations Using Social Media"

Updated for 2019. Learn how social media investigations can result in ethical problems and how to stay out of trouble.

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Little Rock, AR 72201. 

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