Continuing Legal Education in Italy
Civility Promise CLE/CJE for Legal Professionals in Tuscany, Italy
Promoting Civility in the Legal Profession | April 29–May 7, 2017
Join us for this eight-day seminar designed exclusively for attorneys and judges.
Registration is full for the 2017 Italy seminar. Join us for the 2018 program
Revitalize your commitment to the profession you love
This popular seminar convenes in Sovana, a charming medieval village surrounded by verdant vineyards and lush olive groves. In this peaceful setting, participants immerse themselves in a continuing education program that integrates lectures, discussions, and interactive exercises that focus on fostering civility in the legal profession. The seminar is complemented by guided excursions through the nearby villages and beautiful countryside.
A fantastic, rich, thoughtful program with solid materials, teaching aids and seasoned presenters. A ‘MUST TAKE’ seminar.”
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Enrich your personal and professional life
Relax and reconnect with yourself... Develop and deepen relationships... Engage in thought-provoking dialogue… All this while earning 30 CLE/CJE credits (including 8 ethics credits).
Come to Italy this fall. You will be glad you did.
The moment your plane lands at Fiumicino Airport, you will experience a trip like no other. From discussions on reclaiming the role of “counselor at law” to walking tours of Pitigliano, your itinerary will entertain, educate, and enlighten. View the latest schedule
Overview and fees
The registration fee of $3,650-$3,950 covers all ground transportation, hotel accommodations for eight nights, most meals, the eight-day CLE/CJE program and resulting credits, and the other programs and excursions detailed on the schedule. View the details
Three optional afternoon excursions led by professional tour guides will take you and our other participants through the Etruscan tombs, on a visit to the cliff-side city of Pitigliano, and to stunning neighboring Sorano. Learn more
Faculty and staff
Teaching faculty include SU Law Professor Paula Lustbader, a nationally noted scholar on learning and diversity; Timothy Jaasko-Fisher, J.D., Director of the Court Improvement Training Academy; and Craig Sims, J.D., Chief of the Seattle City Attorney's Office Criminal Division. Please note this list is subject to change. Read more
Spouses and significant others are encouraged to join us for meals and selected excursions and programs. Optional classes in Italian cooking and raku pottery also are available. Costs for a partner are $1,650 - $1,850 plus air fare and additional fees where applicable. Read more about guest activities