CLE Program

ADR Services, Inc., is a California State Bar certified MCLE provider that offers legal education programs to our clients throughout California at no charge.

About Our CLE Program

Our panel of neutrals consists of attorneys and retired judges who have the experience and legal knowledge that make them not only skilled, effective ADR professionals, but also arm them with the practiced legal expertise and communications skills essential to effective legal education. Presenters are available to conduct complimentary CLE programs at law firms, events, or in one of our ADR Services, Inc. offices across the state.


Our award-winning panel of neutrals offers substantial experience as mediators and arbitrators in every area of civil litigation.

Our neutrals have given MCLE presentations at many of the top 100 law firms in Los Angeles, corporate legal departments, government legal departments, bar associations, and non-profit organizations.


Presenters have taught a wide variety of MCLE topics through this program, including the following subjects required by the California State Bar:

  • Legal Ethics
  • Competence Issues
  • Elimination of Bias

Inquiries & Scheduling

For a list of current topics and instructors, or to inquire about scheduling, please .

1.25 Hour General CLE Credit

Employment Arbitration and Mediation: Practical Tips and Latest Updates
Presented by the California Lawyers Association Labor and Employment Law Section

The purpose of the seminar is to discuss the practical tips and latest updates on employment arbitration and mediation. Participants will learn about recent trends, case law, and statutes on the FEHA and the Labor Code, as well as an upcoming ballot initiative pertaining to PAGA. Participants will engage with the speakers on hypotheticals and polls.

1.5 Hours Elimination of Bias

Her Honor: Stories of Challenge and Triumph from Women Judges
Presented by the San Francisco Trial Lawyers Association

SFTLA’s Women’s Caucus invites you to a special evening with California Supreme Court Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye (Ret.), Hon. Angela Bradstreet (Ret.), and Hon. Anne Costin as they share stories of bias, inequality and other barriers that stood in the way of their path to becoming women judges and how they overcame them.