The Center for Continuing Education was founded in 1992 by Robert A. Moselle, himself a practicing attorney in San Francisco. Since it's inception, CCE has presented Continuing Legal Education seminars featuring the nation's most distinguished attorneys and experts. Over the years CCE has partnered with major companies, such as Microsoft. Please contact us with any questions, if you may be interested in presentation of a program or if would like to discuss collaborative MCLE opportunities.
Founder and President
Robert Moselle, Founder and Executive Director of the Center for Continuing Education, (CCE), is a California attorney based in Monterey, CA. He earned his J.D. at San Francisco Law School, where he served as Alumni President for six years. He received his B.A., Cum Laude, from Washington & Lee University. Robert works with highly renowned attorneys and experts to produce CCE's Continuing Legal Education programs. He also serves on the Board of Directors of the non-profit Bali Children's Project.
Greg Woods teaches Criminology, Criminal Justice and Legal Studies courses with the Department of Justice Studies at San José State University. An internationally respected law enforcement and legal trend expert, constitutional scholar and student of history, Woods is regularly featured on television, radio, podcasts and in print. In addition to his own presentations, Greg is involved in curriculum development for CCE, with an emphasis in the areas of Criminal Justice, Constitutional Law, legal remedies in response to police misconduct and other hot-topic areas. He received his J.D. from San Francisco Law School.