Thursday, May 31, 2012

Old MacDonald Had a Farm (C-L-E, C-L-E)

Every June is the season of re-licensing for approximately 50% of Vermont's lawyers.

That means it is time to get your Continuing Legal Education credits together.

If you are one of the lucky ones looking to re-up for another term, you probably are looking for CLEs anywhere you can get them.

Have we got a deal for you!

On Monday, June 4th at the Capital Plaza in Montpelier, the Vt. Bar Association will be hosting an Agriculture Law Day.  Seven jam-packed hours of CLE credit available on the beautiful banks of the Winooski River.

Check it out here.

Even if you don't need CLEs, you should still plan to attend.

As Vermont's agriculture expands and diversifies, more and more legal issues have begun to arise.

From immigration to property taxes to land use to food labeling, being a farmer is a complicated endeavor where the benefit of counsel is essential.

Come join us, and learn about the issues facing Vermonters who enter the agricultural business or those that simply live next to them.

You will be a better lawyer for it.

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