Help
COVID-19 Precautionary Measures at MCLE

ALERT

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.

Civil Litigation

PROGRAMS · BOOKS · ONLINE RESOURCES

CUTTING-EDGE PROGRAMMING LIVE & ON DEMAND

Upcoming Civil Litigation Programs

Browse all upcoming Civil Litigation programs

MCLE ThisWeek free webcast

Social Media at Trial – Admissibility at Trial, Jury Instructions, Jury Selection, Investigating Jurors, Juror Misconduct 0:30:56

from Win (& Avoid Losing) Cases by Exploiting Social Media & Utilizing the Internet, 10/03/2019

Steven R. Verronneau, MWV Multi-Media Forensic Investigative Services, Inc., New Bedford

SELF-GUIDED PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN

Tailor your training — on your terms and your schedule. MCLE's professional development plan takes you step by step through the essentials of civil litigation.

CIVIL LITIGATION CHECKLISTS & FORMS

Build your practice and save time with more than 1,000 sample checklists, forms, and other useful documents, curated by MCLE's expert editors and authors.

CIVIL LITIGATIONEXPERT DEMONSTRATIONS

Watch practical demonstrations of pretrial and trial proceedings by MCLE's expert faculty, with commentary from Massachusetts Trial Court judges.

ALSO AVAILABLE

A curated bibliography of Free Online Resources for civil litigators

SELF-TESTING Q&A

An MCLE OnlinePass® Exclusive*

Put your knowledge to the test with these online practice checkups.

AVAILABLE NOW

Evidence - Test Yourself

UNDER DEVELOPMENT

There are no self-tests currently under development.

MCLE OnlinePass®

THE BEST RESOURCE FOR MASSACHUSETTS LAWYERS

SUPERIOR COURT PRACTICE TIPS

Celebrating the Massachusetts Superior Court's 150th Anniversary (1859-2009), MCLE is pleased
make available, as a free public service to the bar, a series of short 10-minute video briefings offering
practical advice from more than forty active and alumni members of the Massachusetts Superior Court.