The CLLA Fund for Public Education 

The CLLA Fund for Public Education was founded in 1980 as a 501(c)(3) educational corporation. It has a dual purpose:

  • to act as a resource to the CLLA in developing educational programs presented at League meetings
  • to provide education to those interested in the credit, collections, or bankruptcy fields through programs offered to the business community, the bar generally and if appropriate to the public at large

The Fund for Public Education has been at the forefront in presenting programs in alternate formats and means of delivery. It was one of the early presenters of live, via satellite video teleconferences.

The Fund has also used telephone teleconferences to make quality continuing legal education programs accessible and affordable to all.

You Can Contribute

The Fund is always seeking input from those in the field about topics of interest and new trends in the area of the law.

  • Click here to suggest topics that you would like the Fund for Public Education to consider presenting in the future.
  • Click here if you would like to contribute to the Fund for Public Education

Educational Program Submission Form
Publication Submission Form