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Ira Meislik Receives NJICLE’s Distinguished Service Award

Published: April 29, 2007 | E-Mail

Ira Meislik has received the 2007 “Distinguished Service Award” from the New Jersey Institute For Continuing Legal Education. In the words of the Institute, this is a “noteworthy achievement, which reflects [his] outstanding support of the Institute’s educational mission.” The award was presented on June 4, 2007 at the New Jersey Law Center in New Brunswick, New Jersey.

The New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education (ICLE) was created in 1962 to help lawyers and judges increase their general professional competence, keep abreast of developments in the law, and become more proficient in selected areas of practice. A non-profit, completely self-supporting organization, ICLE is a joint venture of the New Jersey State Bar Association, Rutgers/The State University of New Jersey, and Seton Hall University. ICLE presents more than 300 seminars each year throughout the State, publishes a wide variety of materials, and administers the Skills and Methods Course on behalf of the New Jersey Supreme Court.

Mr. Meislik is a frequent speaker at ICLE seminars, covering topics in the areas of business law and real property law. On February 26, 2008, he will be presenting his Eleventh Annual review of New Jersey Business and Real Property Case Law covering decisions rendered in 2007. He organized the New Jersey Business Law Symposium and served as its program coordinator for five years. The Seventh Annual Symposium will take place in March, 2008.

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