CEB is the oldest and most respected provider of continuing legal education in California. It is a
nonprofit division of the University of California and is formally allied with the State Bar of
California. For further information about CEB, please click here.
CEB publishes over 100 practice books, over 50 Action Guides, and five periodicals, in both print
and electronic format. CEB publications are updated on a regular schedule to stay abreast of current
law and practice in California. Our publications are designed to be accessible and practice-oriented.
For a complete list of CEB publications, please click here.
CEB publications are written and updated by practicing California attorneys. We regularly seek
California attorneys to serve as original authors, update authors, or consultants for new or existing
Each year, CEB provides over 50 live continuing education programs in various practice areas and makes over 500 hours of programming available on demand at CEB.com. Our programs are designed to enable California lawyers to meet statewide MCLE requirements
and to stay up to date on developments in the law and areas of legal practice. For a list of CEB's
current program offerings, please click here. CEB programs are presented by practicing
California attorneys who are recognized experts in their respective practice areas.
Our speakers, authors, and consultants receive little or no monetary compensation for their work,
but are recognized for their contributions to CEB in publications and program materials. In addition,
CEB authors and speakers may be entitled to receive MCLE credit for their efforts from the State Bar
of California in accordance with State Bar MCLE Rules.
If you would be interested in speaking, writing, or consulting for CEB, we would like to hear from you! Please complete either (or both) of the following forms, according to your interests:
Author's and Consultant's Biographical Information Form
Speaker's Biographical Information Form
Then, please attach a copy of your resume (and for potential authors or consultants, a writing sample
if available), and mail, fax, or email this material to the address shown on the form. After we hear from
you, we will contact you when an appropriate opportunity arises for someone of your skills and experience.