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Blog for CLE Credits!

I want to remind all EASL Section members that we are offering the ability to Blog for free admission to an EASL Section CLE program.

EASL Section Members may write for the EASL Blog about a particular EASL CLE program and earn admission to that program free of charge in exchange for the blog entry, provided:

a) the Member had a prior blog (not for CLE) published on the EASL Blog within the past three (3) months, or had an article published in the EASL Journal within the past twelve (12) months;

b) the Member makes the request for approval to write for the Blog at least one week prior to the CLE program date; all such requests are made to the Editor of the EASL Blog, Elissa D. Hecker (eheckeresq@yahoo.com), who makes the final decision;

c) Members are limited to one blog-for-CLE per year; and

d) Annual Meeting CLE Programs, CMJ Programs, Annual Fall and Spring Meeting Programs are excluded.

e) In the event the blog is not submitted within two weeks of the program date, the blog-for-CLE offer is cancelled and the Member will be billed for the program; there will be no extensions.

We hope that many good writers will be interested in this wonderful program and participate.

Please let me know if you have any questions or would like to volunteer pursuant to the guidelines listed above.

Elissa D. Hecker, EASL Blog Editor
eheckeresq@yahoo.com

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