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PBI is thrilled to unveil our new website!

With a fresh look, easier navigation, improved CLE Catalog, and our new blog, we think you’ll find it exciting, too.

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At noon on March 31, 2015, PBI is bringing together the organized bar, law schools, CLE providers and leading practitioners for a two-part Virtual Town Hall meeting about the future of legal education.

Family Law Institute

Family Law Institute

Philadelphia & Simulcast – Apr. 23

Whether you are a veteran of family law, just beginning your practice, or somewhere in between, you’re sure to benefit from this year’s Family Law Institute.

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The Law of Oil & Gas in PA


Learn about emerging developments and everything you need to stay informed about oil and gas law in Pennsylvania. Be at the forefront of developing oil and gas law!

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Act 95: The New POA Law

— Yellow Book —

Catch up on all of the changes brought about by Act 95, and discover how they compare to the original law with this yellow book. Also available as a book/audio CD set.

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Criminal Law Symposium

Criminal Law Symposium

Harrisburg – June 4 & 5

There’s no better way to make sure you are up-to-date with the important developments in criminal law. The Symposium is an exceptional opportunity to learn from some of the sharpest minds on the criminal law bar.

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The latest from our new blog: PBI Now

Launched! The New

PBI is proud to unveil our new website and CLE catalog, both of which will help keep us on the cutting edge of CLE.

Police Officers Owe No Duty of Care to Passengers in Fleeing Car

In Sellers v. Township of Abington, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court held that a local agency does not owe a common-law or statutory duty of care to passengers in a fleeing vehicle whose presence in the vehicle or connection to the fleeing driver is unknown to the pursuing police officer.

New Word Count Limits for Appellate Filings

Recent amendments to Pa.R.A.P. 1115 and 1116 will impose word count limits on petitions for allowance of appeal and answers by adverse parties.

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In 2015, PBI celebrates its 50th anniversary. In this video, a number of prominent Pennsylvania attorneys join the celebration to share what PBI means to them.

For more on PBI’s 50th Anniversary, including what the future holds, click here.




Custody Law & Practice in Pennsylvania

Turn to this book first for answers to substantive, procedural, tactical, and ethical questions.

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Krasnowiecki on Real Property Law & Practice

Get expert analysis of issues you’ll encounter in every phase of real estate practice; includes updates on Act 66, Robinson Township, and mechanics’ liens.

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Norton on Insurance Coverage in Pennsylvania

The go-to resource for analysis of key opinions in an easy-to-use format, covers every major area of insurance practice.

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The Law of Arrest, Search, and Seizure in Pennsylvania

The book that no defense attorney, prosecutor, or judge should be without.

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Interested in sponsoring a PBI event?

PBI offers over 700 live events to Pennsylvania lawyers every year, and sponsorship/exhibit opportunities are available for many of them. Learn more here.

Volunteer for PBI!

Click here to give us an idea for a new seminar, book, or website feature, or to volunteer for our faculty. Women and minorities are especially welcome.