The Minnesota State Bar Association’s annual Nine Days in June is underway.
The bar says the event is a combination of the annual MSBA convention and “outstanding, low cost CLE programming.”
For the next three weeks, the bar will host day long CLEs in each of the outstate judicial districts. The first was in St. Cloud last week. Today is in Rochester, tomorrow is in Mankato.
Among the seminars is an update of the eCourtMN initiative from Hennepin County Judge Pete Cahill and the State Court Administrator’s Office. Supreme Court Justice G. Barry Anderson and Court of Appeals Judge Matthew Johnson will also give a talk on recent appellate cases.
The final, statewide event will be June 26 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in downtown Minneapolis.
For a full list of the CLEs, or to register for one of the days, head to the MSBA’s website.