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This program confronts the mental health issues lawyers have been faced with as a result of the epidemic and gives them the tools needed to combat negative impacts and stay on a path toward a healthy, purposeful, and productive lifestyle.
Credits CT1.00(Includes 1.00 Ethics/Professionalism)
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A thorough understanding of asset protection methods is a key component of estate and business planning. In this program, Douglass Lodmell presents the tools and information you need to educate your clients in this complex area of law.
Credits CT1.25
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This program will dive into gambling addiction, including its warning signs, risks, co-morbidities, related ethical issues, and the toll it can take on the legal profession.
Credits CT1.00(Includes 1.00 Ethics/Professionalism)
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This program will teach attorneys how to structure a work/life balance that increases productivity and mitigate against many of the mental health issues common among law practitioners.
Credits CT1.00(Includes 1.00 Ethics/Professionalism)
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This program will help attorneys understand the causes and forms of unconscious bias and give them the tools the need to confront and mitigate their own biases.
Credits CT1.25(Includes 1.25 Ethics/Professionalism)
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The meeting of the creditors, otherwise known as a 341 hearing, is one of the most crucial and often overlooked components of a bankruptcy case. This program takes an in-depth look at the hearing, covering the typical questions, ideal responses, and how your client can...
Credits CT1.00
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Criminal and civil attorneys alike rely data gathered from the Internet of things as evidence. This course will explain to attorneys how this data is collected, and the places that such data is stored.
Credits CT1.25
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This program takes a different approach than the typical bankruptcy law course, focusing less on substantive law and more on the implementation of consumer bankruptcy law and how to deal with the real-world situations that your clients will bring you.
Credits CT1.00
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In this fast-paced, entertaining presentation, you will learn the ethical do’s and don’t’s for the most common ways lawyers market their practices.
Credits CT2.00(Includes 1.00 Ethics/Professionalism)
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This introductory intellectual property course is broken down into 10 IP essentials that any attorney dealing with IP must understand.
Credits CT1.00
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This program will explain the common types of evidence that can be recovered from cell phones and how that evidence can be used in a case.
Credits CT1.00
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This program will address these ethical issues that often coincide with the disorder and will help viewers understand the avenues for assistance for themselves or their colleagues.
Credits CT1.00(Includes 1.00 Ethics/Professionalism)
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There has been an explosion of growth in the craft beer industry in recent years, which has led to an increase in trademark filings and trade disputes. This program covers the issues alcohol beverage attorneys need to understand when advising their clients on...
Credits CT1.00
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This program will address the key aspects of a workplace investigation from beginning to end.
Credits CT1.00
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This presentation will educate viewers on the development of the law surrounding Section 230 and explain how the statute affects many different areas of practice.
Credits CT1.00
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This program provides an overview of the law concerning commercial truck accidents.
Credits CT1.00
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In this program, sports attorney Brian Brunkow gives viewers an overview of the complex and evolving world athlete legal representation while providing a number of valuable real-world tips on representing your clients well.
Credits CT1.25
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This program covers the ethical issues unique to representing cannabis clients and how to comply with ABA model rules and state ethics rules variations when confronted with these issues.
Credits CT1.00(Includes 1.00 Ethics/Professionalism)
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In this program, award-winning litigation attorney Alan Fanger shares valuable tips and best-practices on how attorneys can prepare a client for deposition.
Credits CT1.00
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Forensic document examiners are often retained to determine whether a document has been altered. This presentation offers an overview to attorneys to different types of alterations encountered by document examiners and methods of detecting the alterations.
Credits CT1.25
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Recent studies have shown a dramatic increase in impairment due to alcoholism, addiction and mental health disorders among attorneys. 1 out of 3 attorneys will likely have a need for substance use or mental health services. This program will address the issue and guide...
Credits CT1.25(Includes 1.25 Ethics/Professionalism)
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This seminar uses case studies to illustrate methods of handwriting authentication. Cases include the Zodiac Killer and the 2018 Zahau v. Shacknai case that resolved whether Rebecca Zahau was murdered or committed suicide at the Spreckels Mansion on Coronado Island.
Credits CT1.00
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This presentation offers an overview of the issues related to altered documents of all types, including email alterations, cut-and-paste signatures, and uncovering writing below a scribble-out.
Credits CT1.00
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As surrogacy becomes an increasingly popular option for families, the savvy family law attorney must not only have a good understanding of the key drafting provisions of a surrogacy contract, but also the many potential risks that can complicate any surrogacy...
Credits CT1.25
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Substance abuse and mental health issues affect lawyers in the U.S. at a much greater rate than the general public. In this program, Laurie Besden, Executive Director of Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers of PA, highlights the issue by giving own personal account of the drug...
Credits CT1.00(Includes 1.00 Ethics/Professionalism)
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