A National Leader in Continuing Legal Education
About The American Law Institute
American Law Institute Continuing Legal Education (ALI CLE) is a non-profit organization and a national provider of advanced CLE since 1947. ALI CLE offers an array of legal seminars that feature the country’s most respected law practitioners, government representatives, law professors, and other practice area experts. These professionals provide insights, clarify relevant case law and legislation, and offer practical strategies to help lawyers serve their clients’ needs with superior counsel. ALI CLE’s programs are available in a variety of formats. Programs are available as in-person conferences, live streaming webcasts, or on-demand. Additionally, ALI CLE also offers lawyers access to its programming and materials in a cost-effective way via LawPassSOLO. LawPassSOLO is a subscription that maximizes efficiency and minimizes the expense of obtaining continuing legal education credits.
ALI CLE maintains an unparalleled commitment to promoting excellence in continuing legal education. This is a dedicated mission that dates back to the organization’s founding.
ALI-ABA: A History of the Highest Quality Continuing Legal Education
In 1947, the American Bar Association (ABA) and the American Law Institute (ALI)* formed the American Law Institute-American Bar Association Committee on Continuing Professional Education (ALI-ABA). This was the first national provider of CLE programs. Its goal was to provide high-quality, post-admission education to the practicing bar. For over 65 years ALI-ABA provided thousands of legal seminars and publications to lawyers across the country. The organization became known for its extensive programming across a wide variety of practice areas.
In 2012, by mutual agreement, the ABA and ALI decided to move forward separately in their law education efforts. It was agreed that the nationally recognized expert faculty and abundant intellectual content of ALI-ABA would be absorbed into ALI CLE. Today, ALI CLE carries on the tradition of excellence envisioned in 1947, but with a new generation of offerings and technology platforms to meet the educational needs of the 21st century lawyer.