Continuing Eudcation on Labor and Employment Law

Anywhere you have an Internet connection. Anytime day or night!

Your State Bar Labor and Employment Law Section offers about a hundred different online programs. You can use them to earn participatory continuing education credits anytime, day or night, anywhere you have an Internet connection. Some are also available for download to your mobile device or computer.

Whether your last name ends with the letters “A” through “G” and you are trying to beat the February 1, 2016 MCLE deadline, or you just want to learn more on a topic of interest, these programs were designed for you.

Table of Contents
Course Listings
How to Do Online Continuing Education

Table of Contents

Course Listing

Annual Updates, Best Sellers & Hot Topics

Annual Employment Law Updates

Best Sellers and a Mock Trial

Hot Topics and Cutting Edge Developments

Technology and the Workplace

Employment Law: Rights & Responsibilities

Collective Bargaining, Unions and the NLRB

Employment Discrimination

Family Medical Leave and Disability Law

Wage and Hour Issues

Private Attorneys General Act (PAGA)

Other Topics of Interest

Arbitration, Litigation & Investigation

Basics and Nuts & Bolts

Litigation Tips and Strategies


Workplace Investigations

Settlement and Mediation Strategies

Employment Litigation 4-Part Series

Litigating Disability Discrimination Cases

Litigating Harassment Cases

Public Sector Employment Law: Getting It Right

Public Sector Employment: Rights and Responsibilities

Public Sector Employment: Administrative Procedures

Public Sector Employment: Collective Bargaining

Mandatory MCLE Subjects: Doing the Right Thing


Elimination of Bias

How to Do Online Continuing Education

The Labor and Employment Law Section makes it is easy for you to get online continuing education. Just click on any of the courses named above to go directly to that course's online registration page (which also includes more information about the course), or browse our offerings by going to:

and click on “Labor and Employment” under the heading “Choose a subject area below.”  You’ll be taken to a list of course offerings.  Each listing has a link for more information and a link to buy the course.

Some of the offerings are also available to be downloaded to your mobile device or your computer for later use, even when you are not connected to the Internet.  To find those courses, click on the “CLEtoGo” tab near the top of the page, then click on “Labor and Employment.”

The State Bar of California and the Labor and Employment Law Section are State Bar of California MCLE approved providers.