CLEC

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AcronymDefinition
CLECCompetitive Local Exchange Carrier
CLECCompetitive Local Exchange Company (telecommunications provider)
CLECCertificated Lactation Educator-Counselor
CLECCitizens/Labor Energy Coalition
CLECContinuing Legal Education Committee
CLECClear Lake Education Center (Escanaba, MI)
CLECCommunity Living Essex County (Essex, Ontario, Canada)
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In 1999, the ABJA Continuing Legal Education Committee developed a segment specifically for JA's, secretaries, legal assistants, and/or paralegals to become certified in bankruptcy law.
He also chaired the State Bar's Continuing Legal Education Committee, which serves all practice areas.
Indeed, both the Continuing Legal Education Committee chair and the program chair of the seminar she references in her letter are female, and the section makes a conscious effort to promote diversity in connection with our speaker selection and leadership.
He has also served as Chair of the Palm Beach County Bar Association's Professionalism Committee and Chair of its Medical Legal Committee for many years, is an Eagle Member and Member of the Continuing Legal Education Committee of the Academy of Florida Trial Lawyers n.
Within the Bar, the Continuing Legal Education Committee and the Military Affairs Committee will present a course of instruction mandated by the U.
The Florida Bar Continuing Legal Education Committee and the Military Affairs Committee will present a three-hour CLE seminar on veterans law on Saturday, September 12, at the Tampa Airport Marriott.
Understanding that certification in a particular field can promote and maintain professional standards, our Continuing Legal Education Committee developed and modified, for non-lawyer persons, a 'Bankruptcy Certification Program'.
The Continuing Legal Education Committee will combine its late September meeting in Tallahassee with a workshop featuring top state officials and focusing on incorporating state officials and resources into OLE programs.
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