CLE Mobile for the iPad

Introduces CLE Mobile for the iPad

Thomson Reuters has announced that it has optimised its CLE Mobile application for the iPad. EAGAN, Minn., July 5, 2011 /PRNewswire/ Attorneys seeking continuing legal education (CLE) credit may enrol in West LegalEdcenter courses on their Apple mobile devices using CLE Mobile, a free app available from the Apple App Store.

According to Lee Ann Enquist, vice president of professional development at Thomson Reuters, “Apple’s iPad is now one of the most widely used mobile devices on the market, and West LegalEdcenter is pleased to provide a new level of mobile learning for attorneys who enjoy this intuitive and engaging platform.” The organization’s dedication to creating legal education services and products that accommodate the hectic schedules of today’s tech-savvy legal professionals is demonstrated by the creation of CLE Mobile for the iPad.

Users of the iPad can access more than 4,500 West LegalEdcenter CLE courses by using CLE Mobile at any time and from any location. Users may manage their westlegaledcenter.com profiles, including licence states and registration numbers, using the app UTSA Blackboard as well. Users can access CLE and legal training courses on westlegaledcenter.com in a way that closely resembles the full Web version thanks to the iPad’s improved viewing experience.

The nation’s most prestigious local, state, and national bar associations and notable CLE providers are represented in West LegalEdcenter’s most up-to-date and extensive library of online CLE programmes. Live and on-demand recordings of programmes are both available at West LegalEdCenter. Visit www.westlegaledcenter.com/mobile for additional details.

It should be noted that Apple, the Apple logo, iPod, iPod touch, iPad, and iTunes are all registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the United States and other countries. Apple Inc. trademarked the name “iPhone.” Apple Inc.’s service mark for App Store.

West LegalEdcenter’s About

West LegalEdcenter is the most affordable provider of online and live legal training and CLE, keeping lawyers up to speed on the law and complying with state regulations. Find everything you need to manage continuing education and professional development in law firms and legal departments, including more than 7,000 online courses, live seminars and conferences all over the country, compliance tracking, learning management, and complete integration with in-house training.

West LegalEdCenter offers courses taught by the most illustrious figures in the legal industry that address both the fundamental concepts of law and the most recent developments in each practise area. Visit http://www.westlegaledcenter.com for additional details.

Concerning Thomson Reuters

The top provider of insightful information for businesses and professionals worldwide is Thomson Reuters. Powered by the most reputable news organisation in the world, we combine industry experience with cutting-edge technology to provide vital information to top decision makers in the financial, legal, tax, and accounting, healthcare, scientific, and media sectors. More than 55,000 people work at Thomson Reuters, which has its global headquarters in New York and significant offices in London and Eagan, Minnesota.

The Toronto and New York Stock Exchanges list Thomson Reuters shares. Visit www.thomsonreuters.com to learn more.

At numerous seminars, conferences, symposia, sbxhrl and special events, usually during the academic year, we provide a wide range of CLE credit-bearing courses. These programmes, which cover a wide range of substantive and ethical legal concerns and practise areas, are provided directly by the Law School and are delivered by our professors, law journals, and student organisations.

Pennsylvania has authorised the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School as a CLE provider. Attorneys seeking credit outside of Pennsylvania can often do so through reciprocity or by contacting us to submit credits to their respective CLE Boards, which will then determine whether or not they are accepted.