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BTG Mentorship CLE Schedule

Mentees must complete two required CLEs to fulfill the BTG requirement. Your mentor is not required to attend with you. 

The Basics of Trust Accounting: How to Comply With Disciplinary Board Rule 17-204 (1.0 EP) Available via Webcast 

Whether you are recently admitted to the State Bar of New Mexico or established in your practice, practice management skills are necessary to become a successful practitioner. This full day course will cover essential information in practice management, handling client relations, maintaining self-care, cultivating diversity and cultural competence and how the State Bar of New Mexico can support you throughout your career. This program fulfills the Bridge the Gap Mentorship Program requirement for newly licensed attorneys currently enrolled in the program. For those currently enrolled in the Bridge the Gap Mentorship Program, this CLE cost is included in your Mentorship Program fee. To  register for the course, please contact the Center for Legal Education at 505-797-6020. 

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Effective December 31, 2016, the New Mexico Supreme Court adopted modifications to Rule 17204 NMRA which requires that an attorney must take a trust accounting class at least once every three years, or within the first year of being licensed in New Mexico. This program fulfills the requirement of Rule 17-204 NMRA, and is one of the New Mexico Disciplinary Board's ongoing programs designed to educate attorneys on proper practices and procedures. Currently, the State Bar of New Mexico Center for Legal Education is the only approved course provider. For more information, lawyers should carefully read Rule 17-204 NMRA. For those currently enrolled in the Bridge the Gap Mentorship Program, this CLE cost is included in your Mentorship Program fee. To register for the course, please contact the Center for Legal Education at 505-797-6020.
 
 


 

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