Current Nationwide Training Events
|Supervising Legal Work Training||Albuquerque, NM||February 13 to February 15, 2024|
|2024 MIE National Conference for Legal Aid Managers||Baltimore, MD||April 10 to April 11, 2024|
|2024 MIE National Conference for Legal Aid Fundraising and Communications||Atlanta, GA||July 24 to July 26, 2024|
2024 MIE Trainings & Conferences
Supervising Legal Work Training — Albuquerque, NM; February 13 - 15
National Conference for Legal Aid Managers — Baltimore, MD; April 10 - 11
New Executive Director Training — Detroit, MI; May 7 - 8
Supervising Legal Work Training — St. Louis, MO; June 4 - 6
National Conference for Legal Aid Fundraising and Communications — Atlanta, GA; July 24 - 25
New Executive Director Training — Atlanta, GA; November 12 - 13
Supervising Legal Work Training — Columbus, OH; December 3 - 5
Management, Innovation, Excellence - What MIE Brings to Legal Aid Training
MIE has built an outstanding reputation for our timely and practical training opportunities. MIE offers regularly scheduled trainings for executive directors, senior and mid-level program managers, supervisors of legal work, fundraisers, financial officers, administrators - and now, board members. In addition, MIE will design custom on-site training for your organization, region or state.
Did You Know
MIE training can be used toward meeting your Continuing Legal Education requirements. In most states to get CLE credit after attending an MIE training, you need to contact your CLE accrediting agency to get a form for an out-of-state training. You will complete your part of the form and send it to MIE so we can complete our part. DigiLearn maintains a list of state CLE requirements and contact information.
In addition MIE offers training development services to legal assistance programs, including assistance in planning and delivering training, at the local, state, regional, and the national levels. This excellent article identifies the trainings that MIE has developed and offered in recent years to legal assistance programs. These trainings may be modified and conducted for your program or a group of programs, at the local, state, regional or national level.