Ils Cle Proposal Form

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CLE Proposal

Title of Seminar:
Date Submitted:
Submitted by:(Name)
(Address)
(Phone)
(Email)

Brief Description of Seminar:

Date of Seminar:
Location of Seminar: Address:
City:
Course Level: Basic Intermediate Advanced
CLE credits proposed
Amount:
Certification Areas: International Business Immigration Other

Program Chair(s)
(Name)
(Address)
(Phone)
(Email)

(Name)
(Address)
(Phone)
(Email)

BRIEFLY DESCRIBE PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE OF PROGRAM CHAIRS IN SEMINAR ORGANIZATION AND PRESENTATION:

Quality Coordinator
Angela Froelich, Florida Bar Staff Liaison
afroelic@flabar.org
(800) 342-8060, ext. 5633

Steering Committee(if identified)
TitleNameEmail Address
Site Coordinator

Advertising Coord.

Marketing Coord.

CLE Coordinator

Publications Coord.

Program Sponsor Coord.

Corporate Sponsor Coord.

Speaker Coordinator

WebMaster

Proposed Topics and Speakers:
Topic 1:
Proposed Speaker(s):
Description:

Topic 2:
Proposed Speaker(s):
Description:

Topic 3:
Proposed Speaker(s):
Description:

Topic 4:
Proposed Speaker(s):
Description:

Topic 5:
Proposed Speaker(s):
Description:

Topic 6:
Proposed Speaker(s):
Description:

Topic 7:
Proposed Speaker(s):
Description:

Topic 9:
Proposed Speaker(s):
Description:

Topic 10:
Proposed Speaker(s):
Description:

Topic 11:
Proposed Speaker(s):
Description:

Topic 12:
Proposed Speaker(s):
Description:

GENERAL RULES OF THUMB: Topics should last approximately 1 hour, or 1-1/4 hours. So, for example, a 4 hour program would have no more than 4 topics. A full-day program would include from 6 to 8 topics and would need to accommodate break times. Two-day programs would include more, depending on the format chosen. Individual speakers often work well for introductory material. Panels of 2 or 3 persons usually work well for intermediate to advanced programs. Seek diversity when possible.

Tentative Timetable:
GENERAL RULES OF THUMB: The earlier you can set a date for the event and confirm your speakers, the more likely your event will be a success. It is recommended that planning begin at least eight months or more prior to the proposed date. The Steering Committee, including the FL Bar Liaison/quality control coordinator should meet at least monthly by conference call, to assess the status of all aspects of the program. These should be more frequent as the date of the event nears.

|Time Frame |Description of Activity |Projected Completion Date | | |Set date and identify potential location for event. Check with The Florida Bar | | | |and other relevant organizations to determine if there are any conflicting | | |8 months prior to event (32 |events that would affect attendance, either positively or negatively. | | |weeks) | | | |7-1/2 months prior to event (30 |Identify potential speakers and contact them regarding their availability and | | |weeks) |interest. | | |7-1/2 months prior to event (30 |Coordinate with The Florida Bar QC Coordinator regarding suggested sites in the| | |weeks) |proposed location. The Florida Bar makes tentative arrangements with hotel. | | | |Confirm speakers for event and send letter regarding necessary program | | |7-1/4...
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