Lawyers attend CLE class in Hillsboro


Forty-two attorneys - 22 from Highland County and 20 from outside the county - attended a six-hour continuing legal education (CLE) class at the Highland County Administration Building in Hillsboro on Wednesday focusing on OVI education. Local bar association president Lee Koogler, who has been certified as a proctor by the Ohio Supreme Court to put on the seminar, said he holds the event each spring and summer, helping local attorneys meet ongoing CLE requirements.


Forty-two attorneys – 22 from Highland County and 20 from outside the county – attended a six-hour continuing legal education (CLE) class at the Highland County Administration Building in Hillsboro on Wednesday focusing on OVI education. Local bar association president Lee Koogler, who has been certified as a proctor by the Ohio Supreme Court to put on the seminar, said he holds the event each spring and summer, helping local attorneys meet ongoing CLE requirements.

Forty-two attorneys – 22 from Highland County and 20 from outside the county – attended a six-hour continuing legal education (CLE) class at the Highland County Administration Building in Hillsboro on Wednesday focusing on OVI education. Local bar association president Lee Koogler, who has been certified as a proctor by the Ohio Supreme Court to put on the seminar, said he holds the event each spring and summer, helping local attorneys meet ongoing CLE requirements.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/web1_CLE-class.jpgForty-two attorneys – 22 from Highland County and 20 from outside the county – attended a six-hour continuing legal education (CLE) class at the Highland County Administration Building in Hillsboro on Wednesday focusing on OVI education. Local bar association president Lee Koogler, who has been certified as a proctor by the Ohio Supreme Court to put on the seminar, said he holds the event each spring and summer, helping local attorneys meet ongoing CLE requirements.
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