WebEd sessions are multimedia webinars. Registration fees are $35 for NALS members and $50 for non-members for each CLE session, unless otherwise specified. NEW! Members may now purchase a package of six webinars for the low rate of $99!  If you choose to purchase the package of six webinars, you have the option of choosing any webinar available during the course of one year, however, all six webinars must be completed within the one year period. Free-to-members webinars do not count toward your six purchased sessions. Please note that no refunds are available for the package offer.

A toll free number is provided with your registration. All attendees must register in order to receive Certificates of Attendance and CLE credit. For special group rates, possible group discounts, or additional questions, please email WebEd@nals.org.

Are you interested in a past session? You can view a catalog of past sessions with descriptions here.

How To Register

Click on the registration link below and complete form as directed. YOU MUST REGISTER BY NOON ON THE DAY OF THE SESSION!A schedule of upcoming webinars and a brief description is provided below.


NEW! Due to member feedback, WebEd sessions will now be offered at different times of the day in order to be more accessible for those in pacific and eastern time zones. Times may not be the same each week, so be sure to check the “TIME” column below.



8:00 p.m. CDT Love, Marriage and Immigration?  The Nuts and Bolts of Marriage-Based Immigration (FREE to NALS Members!)

Immigration issues regarding getting to green card by marriage to a U.S. citizen has been brought front and center with television shows like “90-Day Fiance.”  Can marriage to a U.S. citizen overcome all immigration-related obstacles?  These issues will be discussed in this webinar.

Verna Seal, PP, PLS General Law




7:00 p.m. CDT The Basics of Bankruptcy

This session will introduce the listener to bankruptcy.  We will discuss a short history of bankruptcy, go through how the Bankruptcy Code is organized; then look at the more “popular” chapters that legal professionals will be involved in if working in the field of bankruptcy.  We’ll also look at the different tasks a legal professional might be asked to perform, based on their employment.

Darleen T. Dozier, ACP
Holmes Community College, Coordinator/ Instructor of Paralegal Technology
Corporate Law


8:00 p.m. CDT Microsoft Office 2013 and Windows 8 (Free to Members!)

Office 2013 has yet another interface to get used to. Join us in our adventure of tips, tricks, and hints for Office 2013.

Donna Brown of Beyond Square One


7:00 p.m. CDT Bankruptcy – The Creditors Perspective

This session concentrates on aspects of bankruptcy law that creditors should be familiar with.  We will discuss how the creditor can be treated differently, according the chapter the debtor files.  We’ll also look at the legal professional’s duties associated with working from a creditor’s perspective.

Darleen T. Dozier, ACP
Holmes Community College, Coordinator/ Instructor of Paralegal Technology
 Corporate Law


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