General Information


Continuing legal education credit will be applied to for every state that has mandatory continuing legal education requirements.  Credit has been routinely granted for past Institutes. In the past, continuing education credit has also been available for other estate planning professionals, including accountants, IRS enrolled agents, financial planners, banking professionals, elder law specialists and planned giving advisors. 


The proceedings of the 55th Annual Heckerling Institute (May, 2021) are available from LexisNexis. This one-volume publication provides cutting-edge articles based on the podium lectures delivered at the Heckerling Institute. The proceedings for the 56th Annual Heckerling Institute (March, 2022) will be available in the fall.  For further information, please direct your inquiries to LexisNexis at 800-533-1637 or visit  


The University of Miami School of Law offers a unique Graduate Program in Estate Planning taught by the nation’s leading experts. The program provides comprehensive coverage of the tax and non-tax issues involved in individual and estate planning, and  is  ideally suited for both entry-level attorneys and more experienced attorneys interested in either expanding their current practice or transitioning to an estate planning practice. The two-semester program is offered on either a full or part-time basis. Our Joint J.D./LL.M. program allows Miami Law students and visiting students from other law schools to earn both degrees over either six or seven semesters.  For additional information on our Graduate Program visit  
Are you looking for a talented estate planner?  Email Laura Adams at to receive a copy of the "Heckerling Graduate Program in Estate Planning - Class of 2022 Resumes".