Berkeley Boosts is an ongoing series of free webinars (many with MCLE credit) for legal practitioners, organizational leaders, and anyone else with a desire to learn from the leading experts in a range of fields. Join us as we explore legal, business, and civil justice related topics from different viewpoints, gain insights into emerging technologies and learn from a fascinating array of individuals who share their experience, expertise, successes, and failures.

The opinions or statements expressed in Berkeley Boosts webinars should not be taken as a position of or endorsement by the University of California, Berkeley.

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Why Watch Berkeley Boosts?


Berkeley Law Executive Education, the Berkeley Center for Law and Business, and the Civil Justice Research Initiative carefully select topics and speakers to ensure engaging discussions concerning a wide range of timely issues.


Berkeley Boosts webinars are available at no cost to the public. Simply provide your name and email address to register for a specific program and subscribe to our list.


Webinars typically last 30-60 minutes, allowing anyone to find time in their busy schedule to join live. Most webinars are also recorded and appear in our Berkeley Boosts Backlist for later viewing.

MCLE Included

All Berkeley Boosts webinars that run for at least one hour enable attorneys to earn MCLE credit.

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Please note: Berkeley Law has been authorized by the California State Bar to offer a specified number of MCLE credits for each qualifying Berkeley Boosts webinar. Attorneys from other states will need to contact their local bar to verify their own certification requirements.

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Boosts Backlist

Too busy to attend live webinars? Missed a webinar and want to watch a recording? No problem! Get access to the entire Berkeley Boosts Backlist and watch when it’s convenient for you.

Free for anyone
Growing list of recorded webinars
Learn from industry experts, leading practitioners, and top academics