Mandatory Continuing Legal Education

Partner Up has been approved as a provider for Mandatory Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) by the Minimum Continuing Legal Education Board of the Supreme Court of Illinois.

All of our courses are delivered online and can be customized to meet the client’s needs and interests.

Courses approved for MCLE in Illinois:


Mindfulness Workshop for Attorneys (Health and Substance Abuse credit)

This workshop is presented jointly with R.E.S.S.E.T. Studio

 and explores the science behind the benefits of mindfulness, practical applications of mindfulness in the practice of law and exercises and other practices that participants can incorporate in their daily lives.

Success Strategies for Female Attorneys (Diversity and Inclusion credit)

This workshop focuses the participants on goal setting, identifying the obstacles to achieving those goals, discussing the skills necessary to attain goals, identifying skills that the participants need to enhance and working with a peer mentor to develop a strategy for achieving those goals.


How to Write Like a Lawyer Not a Law Student

Legal writing in the practice of law serves a different purpose than writing in an academic setting. This 1-hour class focuses on effective writing skills and strategies for lawyers early in their careers that are designed to meet the needs of their audience (clients, senior attorneys, regulators, or Judges).  This class is often coupled with 1:1 legal writing coaching.


Taking and Defending Online Depositions

This popular online course is team taught using a combination of lectures, demos, and small breakout rooms providing participants with hands on experience handling exhibits, negotiating stipulations and handling things that go wrong in the remote envirnoment.


Creating an Inclusive Culture

The learning objectives of this course include understanding inclusion and exclusion and creating practical strategies to make your workplace and life more inclusive.

Courses Under Development:


Success Strategies for Female Attorneys and their Allies

This workshop discusses the obstacles female attorneys encounter in achieving their goals, strategies and skills necessary to overcome them, the role of an ally, distinguishes between rescuing and true alliances and how female attorneys and their allies can mentor each other in a safe and mutually supportive manner.

Intergenerational Collaboration in the Legal Profession

This workshop is presented jointly with Generationology

 and educates participants on the distinguishing characteristics of the 5 generations in the legal workplace, including communication, motivators, work style and the role of work.  Exercises based on problems encountered by lawyers relating to multigenerational differences will be discussed and strategized.

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Mindfulness Workshop

comments from course evaluations

The class was excellent; I felt relaxed by the techniques demonstrated and can see a real value in mindfulness.

Great introduction to utilize stress management tools to become a better attorney and to live a healthy lifestyle.

I always imagined it [mindfulness] to be time consuming or requiring a setting that just isn’t feasible. I now find there are simple techniques that can make a difference.

Taking and Defending Online Depositions

comments from course evaluations

The format was much like a small classroom seminar and I loved how Rosemary and Bill gave each participant pointed feedback each go-around.

Faculty worked well together and fostered a very comfortable environment where participants could freely interact, which can be difficult in a remote setting.

Success Strategies for Female Attorneys

comments from course evaluations

One of the best/interesting CLE’s that I have attended.

Loved it. I think it was well-tailored to the firm.

A great chance to hear from women I respect about the profession I want to be a part of.

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