To help protect the MCLE community during the current public health crisis, all MCLE programs between March 16th and April 30th are POSTPONED, and will be re-scheduled between May and August 2020. During this time, MCLE is offering a host of webcast programs—a curated compilation of our most popular rebroadcasts. Adding to that robust lineup, over 400 other MCLE webcasts are available on-demand. MCLE, of course, will continue bringing you updated publications throughout this time. And OnlinePass subscribers, remember, you already have free access to all MCLE webcasts! Plus, check our new COVID-19 OnlinePass Subscriber Resource Page for daily updates. If you are not a subscriber, join the MCLE OnlinePass® community; we're waiting for you! We remain at your service. Be well and keep raising the bar.
To help protect the MCLE community, all live MCLE programs between March 16th and April 30th, except for coronavirus-related programming, are POSTPONED, and will be re-scheduled for new dates between May and August 2020. During this time, MCLE will continue to offer a curated compilation of our most popular rebroadcasts and over 400 on-demand webcasts, as well as updated publications. We are at your service. MCLE OnlinePass subscribers: Check our COVID-19 OnlinePass Subscriber Resource Page for daily updates.
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