Questions about our Webinars.

What time do the webinars begin?
All webinars begin at 12:00 p.m. Central time. The virtual classroom opens at 11:30 a.m. Central.
When should I sign into the virtual classroom?
If this is your first time joining us with Cisco WebEx, we recommend that you try to log on at 11:30 a.m. Central time to give your computer time to install any plug-ins or other bits needed to help you enjoy the webinar.
How long is each webinar?
One hour from start to finish. Some of our webinars come with course materials that include a test that should be finished before the webinar begins. That adds some time to the program, depending on how quickly you complete the tests.
Can I not attend and then get it as the self-paced online version?
Yes, if you purchased a webinar at full-price, you’ll have the self-paced online version to watch up to one month after the webinar’s date. If you purchased the webinar in a discounted package, we’ll let you choose which missed webinar you want to have in your self-paced online library to make up on your own schedule. This will be also be available for one month from the date of the webinar.
Can I have other people watch with me?
Sure. We’re delighted that you’d like to host other people to watch the program with you. All additional viewers will each need an additional-viewer license at $99 per person for each session. Please call our offices (214-691-8588) or e-mail us (info@lawprose.org) to handle payment for these additional viewers. You can also purchase them directly on our e-learning site.
Is there a discounted tuition for government and nonprofits?
Alas, no.
Where are the course materials?
You’ll receive the course materials the day before the webinar at the e-mail address you used to register for the webinar.
Do I need audio to watch the webinar?
Yes. The webinar is a video with Professor Garner speaking. Sound would be good.
Will the Professor be calling on people in the virtual classroom?
Because of privacy concerns with webcams, we don’t require you to share your video with us during the seminar. This means Professor Garner also will not be singling out any participant during the program.
Is there anything I need to do to prepare for the webinar?
Occasionally, yes. Sometimes there is a quiz or test as part of the course materials. We’ll let you know when you get the materials the day before the webinar. Otherwise, no, there’s nothing else you need to do.
Can I get CLE credit for the webinar?
Yes. Our webinars are approved for 1 hour each in Texas. Also, we are accredited providers in Pennsylvania and California. If you’d like credit in another state, you can use the certificate of attendance you receive after the webinar and the course description from our website and submit it to your state Bar. You can also check your state Bar websites to see if you can get credit through these states listed (New York is a good example of multiple-jurisdiction approval).
Do I get a certificate of attendance after the webinar?
Yes. After you finish the webinar, we’ll send you a certificate of attendance along with any other materials that Professor Garner requests.
After I finish the webinar, can I watch it again?
No. Because we’re running the webinar from our mothership, we’re playing them on a schedule.
Can I have a copy of the PowerPoint after the webinar?
It depends on the webinar and what the course materials include. Mostly, the PowerPoints are interesting placeholders and easy-to-copy diagrams. Rarely are they in-depth informational slides. If they are, then the information is also in your course materials.
How do I get into the webinar?
Please log into your e-learning account at elearning.vitalect.com/LAWPROSE/ to get to the login page
What’s my username and password for the e-learning site?
Your username is the e-mail address you used to register your e-learning account. You can retrieve your password by clicking the Forgot Your Password link.
What are the technical requirements to run this webinar?
Cisco WebEx will need to install a plug-in. Also, we recommend using the Internet browser Chrome. It seems to run best for everyone.
Who is a primary-license holder and who is an additional viewer?
E-learning Site Licensing Options