California law students don’t have an easy time of it. They have to balance demanding classes, compete for jobs and internships, and decide what type of law they want to practice, not to mention studying to pass the most difficult bar exam in the country. That’s why CEB offers free access to Practitioner and our CLE Passport to the law students, staff, and faculty of any California law school approved by the American Bar Association and California State Bar’s Committee of Bar Examiners (CALS).
Give yourself a competitive advantage at work or your internship by relying on CEB’s authoritative, California-specific practice guides.
Explore CEB’s extensive library of on-demand CLE programs to help figure out your career path.
Use CEB’s primary law and secondary sources when completing class assignments.
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Attorneys who are actively practicing law in California must complete ongoing legal training. Your Passport offers you unlimited Continuing Legal Education (CLE) with 24/7 access to over 600 programs to choose from. New content is added every week, so you can be sure there’s always robust coverage of the topics and issues that are relevant to you and your practice.
Current J.D. law students are entitled to free access to both Practitioner and the CLE Passport for the duration of their studies. Students will keep their unlimited access for 18 months post-graduation.
Full-time staff, librarians, and faculty are entitled to free access to both Practitioner and the CLE Passport as long as they remain employed by a qualifying law school.
Part-time or limited term adjunct faculty are entitled to free access to both Practitioner and the CLE Passport as long as they remain employed by a qualifying law school and do not have an existing subscription.