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Holderman is currently a Board Member of the Illinois Supreme Court's governing body on Minimum Continuing Legal Education.
Under President Irene Bahr's outstanding leadership, the ISBA, among other things, has expanded benefits to members (including, for example, free Fastcase online legal research), moved forward the ambitious strategic marketing initiative, and managed well the ISBA's response to the "brave new world" of minimum continuing legal education by expanding our resources to provide even more options for quality, convenient, and affordable CLE programs.
Other checks were payments made by attorneys and other court personnel for minimum continuing legal education classes for assorted seminars conducted by judges.
This course has been approved for Minimum Continuing Legal Education credit by the State Bar of Texas Committee on MCLE in the amount of 30.
This program has been approved for Minimum Continuing Legal Education credit by the State Bar of Texas Committee for six credit hours, of which one hour will apply to legal ethics/professional responsibility.
Each participant is eligible to receive seven hours of State Bar of California Minimum Continuing Legal Education (MCLE), credit which includes one hour of Legal Ethics.
Attendees qualify for 12 hours of Minimum Continuing Legal Education credit.
Throughout her career she has been active in bar and civic affairs including work with the ABA Conference of Minority Partners in Majority Firms, the State Bar of California Minority Counsel Program and the Committee on Minimum Continuing Legal Education, the Legal Aid Society of San Francisco and the Bar Associations of San Francisco and Detroit.