EVENTS/REGISTRATION

To Register -  Please call : 385-626-1940 or email: literatureandthelaw@gmail.com to begin the registration process.

The following events will be one hour and will take place by Zoom. After you register the link will be sent to you.

The continuing legal education seminars are currently free!

Mr. Marker enjoys doing them. He is looking to reconnect with the many great attorneys who engaged with him around the country. He would just like everyone to join. There many be other sessions that come later that may have a fee. The Zoom sessions will currently be free.

There is one caveat to the "free." If your local state still requires a CLE fee, for example, Pennsylvania requires a $1.50 per credit hour, that fee will still need to be paid by the lawyer.  We also need you to return the evaluation for each hour in order to qualify for the CLE accreditation in most states, so getting those backs helps as well. 

Zoom Calendar

October 6 - 12:00 pm Eastern

Lying and the Practice of Law
Presented by Travis R. Marker

November 3 - 12:00 pm Eastern

12 Angry Men and the Administration of Justice
Presented by Travis R. Marker

December 8 - 12:00 pm Eastern

Ebenezer Scrooge and the Law of the Tithe
Presented by Travis R. Marker

"This program was a refreshing change from the standard, technical CLE course, in that it gave us a new way to view the practice of law."  Warwick, RI

Invitation to Present

 

We are always looking for creative presenters who can tie literature, the humanities, and arts to the practice of law.  If you have an idea, please contact us at allenj@scrivenersquill.com  In the email provide us a 100 word summary of your topic and a 100 word bio on you!

 

Call: 385-626-1940      

Email: literatueandthelaw@gmail.com

Refund and Cancellation Policy


A participant may receive a full refund before 14 days of the conference.  After 14 days and within 7 days of the conference the participant may receive a 50% refund.  Within the last 7 days of the conference, refunds are at the discretion of the conference provider: Scrivener's Quill.  A participant must request a refund in writing, email is preferred:

Email: literatueandthelaw@gmail.com