A hundred attorneys sit in a hotel ballroom, awash in the glow of a PowerPoint presentation. A monotone speaker lectures on a topic with little relevance to his audience. A few attendees nod off to sleep. A dozen skillfully type away on their BlackBerrys. The rest can't wait to break for lunch.
Any attorney licensed in one of the 43 states that require continuing legal education (CLE ) credits is familiar with this scenario. CLE is often boring, it's disruptive to business and it rarely helps attorneys do their jobs better. But there is another way.