The seminar will be conducted on the Zoom Meeting platform and accessed through the event portal. It is often best to avoid using a VPN, but rather access the event directly from your local machine or network.
Yes. However, participant cameras and microphones will be disabled until the floor is open for questions and interaction with the presenters, normally at the end of the presentation.
You will also be able to pose questions during the presentation via a chat feature. We ask that you please be courteous and mindful that public chats are visible by all participants.
SEALI seeks and routinely receives advance CLE approval in most SEALI member jurisdictions. Please refer to our home page at www.seali.com/ for the current status of CLE requests and approvals. Some CLE authorities are experiencing delays in responding requests for approval due to the current pandemic.
Some states require participants in online programs like this to evidence their attendance by recording and reporting codes that are announced during the presentations. You will need to record two codes for each presentation.
Yes, but it depends upon the rules in your particular state. Other states routinely approve SEALI programs for CLE credit upon request by their bar members. SEALI has a strong history and reputation for quality maritime CLE programs. We are not aware of any instances in which credit for past CLE programs has been refused or disallowed. There is often a variation with respect to specialty credit, such as for ethics, professionalism, and trial practice.
Please note that some states require participants in online programs like this to evidence their attendance by recording and reporting codes that are announced during the presentations. You will need to record two codes for each presentation.
In order to create the best online experience, the event portal is hosted by our seminar partner Live-Con on their servers. In order to have access to the seminar materials and online proceedings you must register at www.seali.com.
No. You can still register at www.seali.com. Once your registration has been paid and processed, you will be able to register on the event portal. There will probably be a lag in time, so access may not be immediately granted.
SEALI also intends to make this event available in recorded form following the event.
In order to safeguard the integrity of our virtual seminar, only those who have registered and paid for the seminar at the SEALI website will be permitted to register on the event portal.
Please note that you must register on the event portal with the same email address that you used to register for the seminar at www.seali.com.