This page lists courses which may satisfy outstanding Enhanced Ethics
requirements for the 2005 reporting period taking place during the
make-up period extending until April 30, 2006. The information on
this page was last updated on December 29, 2005.
Look for updated information in January 2008. Please call 577-7040 for current programs.
This page is divided into four segments: self-study courses (online
and telephone courses), monitored video replay contacts, courses in
Delaware satisfying at least one Enhanced Ethics credit, and national
courses with heavy concentration in Enhanced Ethics topics. When available,
links are provided to the providers' home pages.
Self Study Courses are listed in full on the Approved
Self-Study page; attorneys may choose only from those approved
courses if credit is desired for a self-study course. The courses
shown below represent only online and telephone courses satisfying
Enhanced Ethics requirements. The full page includes self-study programs
offering non-ethics credit and telephone programs taking place through
the end of 2005 and into the beginning of 2006. Attorneys are limited
to one-half the total minimum requirement in self-study courses (for
attorneys with a 24-credit requirement, this is 12 credits; for new
attorneys with a 9-credit requirement, this is 4.5 credits. etc.).
Of this limit, a further limit of one-half the self-study credits
may be earned through audio-only formats such as telephone seminars.
These limits apply only to the total requirement and not separately
to the Enhanced Ethics requirement (i.e., an attorney who must earn
at least 24 credits, including at least 4 Enhanced Ethics credits
may take only 6 credits in telephone seminars, but all 6 credits may
be in Enhanced Ethics).
Monitored Video Replay courses are available
at three locations and all providers have selections in Enhanced Ethics
courses. Attorneys are limited to one-half the total minimum requirement
in monitored video replay (for attorneys with a 24-credit requirement,
this is 12 credits; for new attorneys with a 9-credit requirement,
this is 4.5 credits. etc.).
Live courses in Delaware are also listed; all
approved Delaware courses offering at least one Enhanced Ethics credit
are shown regardless of whether it is a course designed to fulfill
Enhanced Ethics credit or not. There is no limit to the number of
credits an attorney may earn through live seminars.
Live courses outside Delaware designed to satisfy
Enhanced Ethics requirements are listed separately. Most take place
in California, New York, or Washington, DC.