Monthly programs are the foundation of each Inn. Local Inn programs also provide the rare opportunity for all levels of the profession to come together and learn from each other.

These monthly local Inn programs are collected and stored in the national program library. The program library consists of programs created by local Inns and submitted to the national office. The library is available as a resource for new program ideas or programs on specific topics and practice areas and many programs can be downloaded from the online store.

For each of the meetings of the I'Anson-Hoffman Inn, a Pupilage Group is responsible for presenting a program on professionalism that would be of interest to, and beneficial to, our Inn and its members.  The Pupilage Group should meet in advance of their assigned presentation date, to decide what the program topic should be, and to assign roles to each member for the presentation of that program. The Program Chair may provide assistance and suggestions as needed.  

Written materials should be used and made available to the membership at the meeting. We submit the program materials to the Virginia MCLE board, so that our members may receive CLE credit for attending the meeting.  If hypotheticals are being used, then the answers must also be provided, in order to obtain CLE credit.  In addition, the materials are submitted to the National office of the American Inns of Court, so that they can be documented and used to assist other Inns in program development.