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Minnesota State Law Library Continuing Legal Education Programs

 3, 5, 7, 9, 7: A History of the Minnesota Supreme Court By the Numbers
  • Date & Time: October 22, 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
  • Location: Minnesota Judicial Center, room 230
  • Speakers: Rita Coyle DeMeules, Supreme Court Commissioner
  • Description: This CLE will look at the history of the supreme court's membership, and the legislation and constitutional amendments that increased and decreased the number of justices on the court. The discussion will also touch on the court's use of retired and acting justices to supplement the membership or provide the necessary minimum number of justices on a case.  
  • CLE Credit: One standard CLE credit has been applied for (#279841).
  • Webinar Registration: A webinar option is available for this CLE. If you would like to attend this CLE by webinar, please complete the registration form. Please note: You do not need to register in advance if you are attending in person. A sign-in sheet will be available for those attendees at the Minnesota Judicial Center. 
 Tough Cases
  • Date & Time: November 5, 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
  • Location: Minnesota Judicial Center, room 230
  • Speakers: Hon. Gail Chang Bohr (Ret.); Hon. Edward S. Wilson (Ret.)
  • Description: Retired Ramsey County District Court judges discuss "tough" cases included in the book collection, "Tough Cases: Judges Tell the Stories of Some of the Hardest Decisions They've Ever Made." Both judges contributed to the book.  
  • CLE Credit: One standard CLE credit will be applied for.
  • Registration: No registration is required for in person attendance.  There will not be a remote option for this presentation.   
Recordings of past CLEs are available in our CLE Archive
Please note: The views, opinions and statements made at the CLE sessions are solely those of the speakers and do not reflect the views of the State Law Library or Minnesota Judicial Branch. In order to provide these courses free of charge, the CLE speakers volunteer their time to prepare and present. They are not compensated by the State Law Library or Minnesota Judicial Branch.

Contact: Liz Reppe, State Law Librarian, 651-297-2089, 
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