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Claims and Litigation Management Alliance
The Claims and Litigation Management (CLM) Alliance is the only national organization created to meet the needs of professionals in the claims and litigation managem...
Claims and Litigation Management Alliance
The Claims and Litigation Management (CLM) Alliance is the only national organization created to meet the needs of professionals i...
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Professional Confidence: 67%
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|The clm, a member of the ınstitutes, is dedicated to meeting the professional development needs of the claims and litigation management industries. through a variety of in-person and online programs and resources, the clm provides its growing membership of approximately 45,000 professionals a wide range of opportunities throughout the year to expand their knowledge, earn continuing education credits and further their careers.|
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|2019 clm new york conference & holiday party|
|2020 annual conference|
|Universal claims certification (ucc)|
|Clm ınsightful webinars|
|Local chapter education and networking events|
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