JD Students. American
Bar Association and New York Law School rules limit JD students to 4
credits of distance courses per semester and 12 credits over a
student’s law school career. See the New York Law School Student
Handbook for further details.
CLE. New York Law School is a certified CLE provider for New York State. Courses in the Online Mental Disability Law Program may be used to satisfy New York State CLE requirements. Upon successful completion of a course, 42 CLE credits may be awarded. Distribution of CLE credits is determined by the course content.
The Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology (MSPP) is proud to present a Certificate in Child and Family Forensics including the most comprehensive and intensive course available on Parenting Coordination. Other courses include Divorce Custody Evaluation, Child Maltreatment, Juvenile Justice and Mental Health. Courses can be taken individually or as part of the Certificate in Child and Family Forensics. Each course provides 2 Academic Credits or 28 Continuing Education Credits and is offered in a blended learning format, consisting of a 4-week online course and a required “weekend-in-residence” at the MSPP campus in Newton, MA. For more information http://www.mspp.edu/community/children-families-law/index.php.
Note that these credits are continuing education credits in psychology and other areas of behavioral mental health, and not law. Also, JD students need permission from the Office of Academic Affairs to register for these courses. Masters students may cross-register for these courses with permission of the Senior Administrator of the Online Mental Disability Law Program, Liane J. Bass, at email@example.com