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Washington CLE Course On-Demand

Browse Our Entire Online Library of Washington Continuing Legal Education Courses

The Washington State Bar requires attorneys to complete continuing legal educaiton courses every three years. LexVid’s online CLE library contains 110 hours of accredited Washington courses, covering 30 practice areas, allowing attorneys to easily complete their entire WA CLE requirement online. 

All of our 93 Washington courses are listed below, with new courses added regularly. You can easily filter and sort courses by specific practice area, popularity, date published, and length.

Presented by:
Christina J. Ro-Connolly

WA: 1 Law and Legal Procedure
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Presented by:
Rafael Chodos

WA: 1
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Presented by:
Kim Werner

WA: 0
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Presented by:
Reno F.R. Fernandez III

WA: 0
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Presented by:
Robert Fitzpatrick

WA: 0
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Presented by:
Robert Fitzpatrick

WA: 0
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Presented by:
Robert Fitzpatrick

WA: 0
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Presented by:
Robert Fitzpatrick

WA: 0
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Presented by:
Janet E. Sobel

WA: 0
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Presented by:
Robert Fitzpatrick

WA: 0
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Presented by:
Jay Abrams

WA: 0
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Presented by:
Robert Fitzpatrick

WA: 0
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Presented by:
Neil Popovic

WA: 0
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Presented by:
Alan Wilhelmy & Joseph Moore

WA: 0
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Presented by:
Robert Fitzpatrick

WA: 0
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Presented by:
Robert Fitzpatrick

WA: 0
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