PBI Programs Postponed in Response to Coronavirus Outbreak
- Pennsylvania Bar Institute
The Pennyslvania Bar Instittue (PBI) announced that, out of an abundance of caution, it will be postponing live programming at its conference centers in Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, and Mechanicsburg beginning on Monday, March 16 through mid-April, with constant assessment of the situation as it develops day-to-day. All live and simulcast courses during that period have been postponed.
A list of postponed courses is available at http://www.pbi.org/coronavirus/postponements.
If you are registered for a live or simulcast course between now and mid-April, PBI will be reaching out with new dates as soon as possible and will issue full refunds if cancellations are necessary. The goal of PBI is to ensure that all of its customers are able to access the content and credits they need in a way that is responsible and appropriate in the current situation. PBI is working to reschedule the postponed live and simulcast courses that were scheduled between March 16 and mid-April and are doing everything possible to meet the needs of customers and partners safely and expediently.
The PBI catalog of over 600 on-demand courses continues to be available as a robust resource. PBI also hopes to provide additional live webinar programming as an alternative to in-person courses through mid-April.
Information about attorney CLE requirements is available from the Pennsylvania Continuing Legal Education Board at https://www.pacle.org/. The rules governing CLE requitrements are listed there at https://www.pacle.org/rules-and-regulations#rule_105.
The PBI Customer Experience team is available to answer questions and provide support between 8:30AM and 5PM, Monday through Friday. Due to the expected high volume of customers requiring assistance, the easiest way to reach PBI is via email, at email@example.com.
- Attorneys / Legal Services