The Montana County Attorneys Association is your one-stop shop for your Continuing Legal Education (CLE) needs. Twice a year (winter and summer), the MCAA hosts CLE seminars to ensure members stay informed of any significant developments in civil and criminal law, as well as giving them a chance to gain a substantial number of continuing legal education credits all in one place. Furthermore, members of MCAA are able to connect with one another and discuss important issues relevant to their particular legal specialty by interacting with one another. In addition to the semiannual CLE opportunities through the organization, MCAA supports the Prosecutor’s Boot Camp, which is a training program designed for County Attorneys and Deputy County Attorneys aimed at covering the basics for the critical cases which local prosecutors are faced with day in and day out, such a PFMA and DUI.
In order to make our CLE events possible each year, we depend on the AG Training Coordinator and our training committee members. Their efforts make these events successful and educational for all who attend.
Our CLE events will sharpen your skills, expand your knowledge, and ensure your information and contacts are relevant and timely for the evolving landscape of the civil and criminal code, court cases and best practices. Review our CLE calendar and plan to attend the MCAA Continuing Education Conferences. Applicable fees apply and registration is required for all events. Don’t wait, sign up today!
UPCOMING MCAA CLE SEMINARS
WINTER 2023 November 29 - December 1, 2023 Double Tree by Hilton, Billings
MCAA has allocated funds to offer five training stipends per year to county attorneys and deputy county attorneys for out-of-state training. One of the stipends is specifically earmarked for small/rural County Attorney Offices.
If you are interested in applying, please carefully review the training stipend guidelines, complete the short application form and narrative and return your paperwork to Stephanie Robles, Training Coordinator, at [email protected].