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A third state could soon join the two that require technology training as part of a lawyer’s obligation to undergo continuing legal education. Two states currently require mandatory tech CLE. In 2016, Florida became the first state to do so, when it adopted a rule requiring lawyers to complete three hours of CLE every three years “in approved technology programs.” In 2018, North Carolina followed suit, requiring all lawyers there to complete one hour per year of CLE devoted to technology training. One other state has given what I described at the time as a “tepid nod” to tech… Continue Reading Another State Moves Closer to Mandating Tech CLE, But Limited to Cybersecurity