West Coupon Code: Free Entry to In House Managing Litigation CLE

By Cynthia Hsu, Esq. on October 04, 2011 | Last updated on March 21, 2019

Interested in attending West's Managing Litigation CLE course? Through a special arrangement with West, FindLaw readers can attend for free!

The 9-hour course offers 6.75 of CLE credits for many jurisdictions, and is titled "Managing Litigation 2011: Litigation Readiness and Project Management for In-House Counsel." The program will be held on October 11, 2011 at the Network Meeting Center at Techmart in Santa Clara, California.

Specifically tailored for in-house counsel, the course will cover project management tips and tools. Faculty members include partners at major law firms, and the conference will be highly interactive. Interested in signing up? Read below to find out how you can do so for free: a savings of $495, the cost of the course.

Step 1: Add the class to your cart.

First, go to the West LegalEdcenter website. This link will take you to the home page of the course. Take some time to read up on the program, and then navigate your mouse over to the top right-hand corner.

Click "Add to Cart."

Step 2: Sign in with your existing account, or register a new account.

After you've added the course to your cart, you will be redirected to a page where you can either sign in to your existing account or create a new one. If you do not have a West LegalEdcenter account, click on "Create new account." Fill out the required personal information and click "Submit."

If you already have an account, simply sign in using your username and password.

Step 3: Checkout and enter in the promo code: LITREAD100.

After you have signed in, you should be directed to a page where you can checkout. For FindLaw readers, enter "LITREAD100" (without quotations) into the field marked "Promo Code." Click "Apply," and you should see a $495 discount, making the course free.

Finish the checkout procedures, and that's it - you're signed up to attend West's Managing Litigation CLE course.

[Thomson Reuters, the parent company of West LegalEdcenter, also owns FindLaw.]

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