Minnesota Continuing Legal Education is a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation established by the Minnesota State Bar Association for the purpose of creating high-quality continuing legal education for Minnesota attorneys. Minnesota CLE prepares and presents more than 120 live in-person seminars and approximately 250 live webcast programs each year, and maintains an on demand classroom of more than 500 courses. In addition, Minnesota CLE produces high-quality written materials, in both hardcopy and electronic form, as well as annotated forms, short “cheat sheet” products, document assembly programs, and more – all designed to make Minnesota attorneys more successful in their legal practice.


Our mission is to provide accessible, high-quality education for Minnesota lawyers at a reasonable cost.


Your success is our goal. We provide practical, how-to education along with updates on the latest law changes, helping Minnesota attorneys better serve their clients.

About Minnesota CLE

Minnesota CLE seminars are offered at our state-of-the-art conference center in downtown Minneapolis, at replay locations throughout Minnesota, and online via live webcasts. In addition, many of our live programs are entered into our on demand classroom, offering yet another opportunity for Minnesota attorneys.

Our annual multi-day Institutes are known nationally for their comprehensive coverage of developments in areas such as real estate, employment, taxation, probate and trust, intellectual property, family law, and more. In addition to programs addressing substantive areas and legal procedures, Minnesota CLE also offers programs in legal ethics, elimination of bias, law office management, and professional development.

Minnesota CLE has an extensive publications catalog, both in hardcopy and electronic form. Minnesota CLE publications address the full range of legal subjects, practice areas and matters of interest to Minnesota lawyers, always with special emphasis on practical guidance for the practicing attorney.

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