PASS+ Unlimited CLE! One Year, One Low Price!





Become a better lawyer with the ICLEF PASS+!
 The PASS+ is your ticket to convenient & affordable ICLEF CLE programming!
With the PASS+ you get…

100% OFF
• Over 80 Live In-Person Seminars
Including Advanced Masters Series Seminars & National Speaker Seminars

• Over 40 Live Group Webcast Seminars
Including National Speaker Seminars

• Over 500 Video Replay Seminars

• ACCESS to ALL ICLEF Electronic Publications

Plus, 50% OFF
All ICLEF Live Individual Webcast Seminars

All ICLEF Online/On-Demand Seminars


All ICLEF Printed Seminar Materials


$ 895.00 – PASS+
$ 695.00 – PASS+ for New Attorneys (3 years or less from admission to bar)

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Q: I purchased my ICLEF PASS+ in March, does it expire in December?
A: Yes. Your ICLEF PASS+ expires at 11:59 P.M., December 31, 2018. So, be sure to take full advantage of ICLEF’s programming throughout the calendar year.

Q: My ICLEF PASS+ is expiring, and I wish to register for a seminar after 11:59 P.M., December 31, 2018. Will you allow me to register?
A: Once your ICLEF PASS+ expires you must either purchase a new pass or pay the regular tuition to register for a program that is taking place after 11:59 P.M., December 31, 2018

Q: May I share my ICLEF PASS+ with another attorney?
A: The ICLEF PASS+ may only be used by the original, individual purchaser.

Q: With my ICLEF PASS+, may I attend an ICLEF Live In-Person Seminar or ICLEF Live Group Webcast as a Walk-In?
A: If space is available, Yes. We ask ICLEF PASS+ holders to pre-register for all events whenever possible. If you wish to attend as a Walk-In please call or e-mail ICLEF at least 24-hours in advance of the program to make sure space is available.

Q: Will I receive notification prior to my pass expiring?
A: No. All ICLEF Pass+ holders benefits expire at the end of the calendar year. However, look for further CLE discounts available EXCLUSIVELY to ICLEF Pass+ Holders.

Q: Will I receive a physical card indicating that I am an ICLEF PASS+ holder?
A: No. ICLEF will track your status electronically. If you purchase the ICLEF PASS+ online you will receive a receipt for your purchase, but we will not be sending you a physical card.

Q: How many Live ICLEF seminars may I attend during my 12-month ICLEF PASS+ period?
A: Once you have purchased the ICLEF PASS+, you may attend an unlimited number of programs and ICLEF hopes you take advantage of our quality and relevant CLE. This includes ALL ICLEF Live In-Person Seminars, ALL ICLEF Live Group Webcast Seminars & ALL ICLEF Video Replay Seminars (note exclusions listed in the Terms & Exclusions). We simply ask that you pre-register for each Live seminar that you wish to attend.

Q: If I do not use my ICLEF PASS+ during the year, will ICLEF provide a refund for my unused pass?
A: No. Once purchased the ICLEF PASS+ is yours. ICLEF will not refund the purchase of the ICLEF PASS+.

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Terms & Restrictions:
A very small number of our programs are excluded from the ICLEF Pass+. Those include: 40-Hour Mediation Training Courses (Family, Civil & Crossover), Annual Elder Law Institute, Bankruptcy Advocacy Training, ICLEF Out-of-Country Trip and CLE program, ICLEF Trial Advocacy Skills College (TASC) & Indiana Law Update (Video Replays of Indiana Law Update are included in the PASS+). Keep in mind you have access to over 80 Live & Group Webcast Seminars and over 500 Video Replays.

The ICLEF PASS+ expires on 11:59 P.M. December 31, 2018.

All ICLEF Seminars are “Limited Seating” events. ICLEF PASS+ holders must pre-register to ensure a seat at the program. ICLEF Pass+ holders may only walk-in to an event on a space available basis.

Passes may not be transferred to another person, nor will refunds be given for a pass once purchased.


ICLEF • Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum, Indianapolis, IN

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Year-End CLE Opportunities!

Planning Your First Criminal Defense Case
6 CLE / 6 New Lawyer Credits

Video Replay Seminar
– Indianapolis – Dec. 26

On Demand Seminar


All Day Ethics
up to 8 CLE / 8 E – Friday, December 29; 9:00 A.M. – 5:00 P.M.

In-Person Only Video Replay Seminar
– ICLEF Conference Facility, Indianapolis, IN


2017 Year In Review
12 CLE / 1.5 E

Video Replay Seminars
– Merrillville – Dec. 27-28
– Nappanee – Dec. 28-29
– Jeffersonville – Dec. 28-29
– Bloomington – Dec. 28-29
– Muncie – Dec. 28-29

 On Demand Seminars
 – Day 1 (6 CLE / 1.5 E)
 – Day 2 (6 CLE)


39th Indiana Law Update 2017
12 CLE / 1 E

Video Replay Seminars
– Princeton – Dec. 28-29
– Vincennes – Dec. 28-29

On Demand Seminars
– Day 1 (6 CLE / 1 E)
– Day 2 (6 CLE)


2017 Elder Law Institute
12 CLE / 2.5 E

Video Replay Seminars
– Indianapolis – Dec. 27-28
– Santa Claus – Dec. 27-28
– Fort Wayne – Dec. 28-29

On Demand Seminars
– Day 1 (6 CLE / 1 E)
– Day 2 (6 CLE )


The Latest Developments in Indiana Gun Law
3 CLE 

Video Replay Seminars
– Indianapolis – Dec. 22
– Merrillville – Dec. 29


Vignettes of Legal Ethics 2017
3 CLE / 3 E

Video Replay Seminar
– Merrillville – Dec. 29

On Demand Seminar


2017 Worker’s Compensation Institute
6 CLE / 1 E

Video Replay Seminar
– Chicago – Dec. 29

On Demand Seminar


Want to watch from home? Click here for a full list of On Demand Seminars!

ICLEF • Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum, Indianapolis, IN


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120 Hot Tips in Estate, Trust & Probate Practice – Dec. 20

Here’s the formula for this enjoyable program: 24 presenters x 5 tips each = 120 Hot Tips in Estate, Trust and Probate Practice!

Don’t miss this popular, rapid-fire program, Chaired by Curtis E. Shirley, that brings you a wealth of valuable information packed into one convenient six hour program. Each presenter brings you 5 Hot Tips on their subject.

5 Tips on The Dos and Don’ts of Will Preparation and Execution
5 Tips on Non-Probate Property
5 Tips on Just What Can You Do In Florida?  (Without a Florida Law License)
5 Tips on High Net Worth Clients
5 Tips on Business Exit Planning
5 Tips on the Duty to Account & Provide Information to Beneficiaries
5 Tips on Indiana’s ABLE Act
5 Tips on Estate Planning for Medicaid Benefits
5 Tips on Planning Considerations for Children Conceived After Death
5 Tips on Special Needs Trusts
5 Tips on Retirement Plans related to LTC, SNT, VA & Medicaid
5 Tips on Business Succession
5 Tips on Administrative Rule 9 in Probate Matters
5 Tips on “Farrago”: A Little Bit About A Lot!
5 Tips on Estate Administration
5 Tips on Estate Tax
5 Tips on Contested Guardianships
5 Tips on Estate Plans During & After Divorce
5 Tips on Designing Directed Trustee & Trust Protector Provisions
5 Tips on Creditor Notice & Claims
5 Tips on Will & Trust Drafting for Charitable Giving
5 Tips on Rights of Surviving Spouses
5 Tips on Probate Mediation
5 Tips on Seminal Cases in 2017

Curtis E. Shirley – Chair
Law Office of Curtis E. Shirley, Indianapolis

Hon. Steven R. Eichholtz
Marion Superior Court, Probate Division, Indianapolis

Kevin M. Alerding
Ice Miller LLP, Indianapolis

John A. Cremer
Cremer & Cremer, Fishers

Ellen M. Deeter
Of Counsel, Dale & Eke Professional Corporation, Indianapolis

Jeffrey S. Dible
Frost Brown Todd LLC, Indianapolis

Peter H. Donahoe
Donahoe Irvin PC, Carmel

Robert W. Elzer
Faegre Baker Daniels LLP, Indianapolis

Sean J. Fahey
Hall, Render, Killian, Heath & Lyman, P.C., Indianapolis

Robert W. Fechtman
Fechtman Law Office, Indianapolis

Rebecca W. Geyer
Rebecca W. Geyer & Associates, PC, Carmel

Brian C. Hewitt
Alerding Castor Hewitt LLP, Indianapolis

Jack G. Hittle
Church Church Hittle & Antrim, Noblesville

Ronald M. Katz
Katz Korin Cunningham, Indianapolis

Richard O. Kissel, II
Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP, Indianapolis

Arlene Kline
Law Office of Arlene Kline, Indianapolis

Beth W. McIntire
The National Bank of Indianapolis, Indianapolis

Jessica L. Merkel
Bunger & Robertson, Bloomington

John M. O’Drobinak
O’Drobinak & Nowaczyk, P.C., Schererville

James A. Reed
Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP, Indianapolis

Shawn M. Scott
Hall Koehler Scott P.C., Indianapolis

Tamatha A. Stevens
Stevens & Associates, PC, Indianapolis

John D. Wilson
Attorney, Indianapolis

Robert W. York
Robert W. York & Associates, Indianapolis

6 CLE – Wednesday, December 20; 9:00 A.M. – 4:30 P.M.

– ICLEF Conference Facility, Indianapolis

– From your home or office computer

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The Business of Law – Dec. 12

Introduction & Welcome 
– Renee J. Mortimer, Co-Chair

Managing Client Trust Accounts 
– David S. Gladish

EEOC and ADA Issues in a Law Firm
– Robert J. Dignam

Employee Benefits (Health & Retirement Savings Options) in a Law Firm
– Mark E. Schmidtke and Catherine R. Reese

Office Leasing/Insurance – Protecting the Law Firm 
– James W. Hehner

IT and Information Security Risks for the Firm 
– Stephen J. Dutton

The Life of the Law Firm – Succession Planning 
– John C. Trimble

The Law Firm General Counsel Role 
– Donald R. Lundberg

Law Firm Best Practices – A Legal Malpractice Defense Lawyer’s Wish List
– Patrick P. Devine



Renee J. Mortimer, Seminar Co-Chair
Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP, Schererville

Patrick P. Devine, Seminar Co-Chair
Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP, Schererville 

Robert J. Dignam
Johnson & Bell, P.C., Crown Point

Stephen J. Dutton
Barnes & Thornburg LLP, Indianapolis

David S. Gladish
Law Office of David Gladish, PC, Highland 

James W. Hehner
Hehner & Associates, LLC, Indianapolis

Donald R. Lundberg
Lundberg Legal, Indianapolis

Catherine R. Reese
Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C., Indianapolis

Mark E. Schmidtke
Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C., Valparaiso 

John C. Trimble
Lewis Wagner, LLP, Indianapolis

6 CLE / 2.5 E – Tuesday, December 12
9:00 A.M. – 4:30 P.M.

– ICLEF Conference Facility, Indianapolis

– From your home or office computer

ICLEF • Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum, Indianapolis, IN

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