Thursday, January 21, 2021

February 2, 11, 12, 17+25: Legal Evolution: Analytics And Artificial Intelligence In The Law

In the words of former GE CEO, Jack Welch, “If you don’t have a competitive advantage, don’t compete.”
This CLE covers how technology has changed the practice of law and how we can (and should) use analytics to our transactional and litigation advantage. 
Title:
Legal Evolution: Analytics And Artificial Intelligence In The Law
Webinar Dates And Times:
Speaker:
Sarah Jones
Credit:
1 credit hour in most states that allow online credits.
By:
LexisNexis

Wednesday, January 20, 2021

January 4,7,12,21+29: Breached! An Inside Look At Cybersecurity For Law Firms

Data security incidents and data breaches happen daily, forcing courts and lawmakers to address, define, and handle new challenges, often presenting a case of first impression. As technology evolves, so do our professional legal requirements of upholding our duties in advising and zealously advocating for our clients, while also tackling the burden of data security itself.
This free Continuing Legal Education (CLE) session covers:
  1. Latest security threats and what’s being done to address them,
  2. Current data breach laws
  3. How a lawyer’s professional duty may extend into new areas of technology and cyberspace,
  4. How to prepare a data incident response plan.
Title:
Breached! An Inside Look At Cybersecurity For Law Firms
Webinar Dates & Times: Register Now! Credit:
1 credit hour in most states that allow online credits.
By:
LexisNexis

January 21: Parenting in the Lifeboat: Parenting Powered by Pleasure (CO, WA)

It is time to shift away from old success strategies of being powered by pressure and shift towards pleasure as your renewable inner resource for sustainable personal and professional satisfaction. This session will teach you the neuroscience behind why it is good for you to feel good! 
Attendees will learn practical solutions to stop the overwhelm and get coaching to build new habits that fully access your authentic power instead of perpetuating old habits mired in guilt and unrealistic expectations.
This session is specifically designed for lawyers who identify as mothers, but all are welcome to attend.
Title:
Parenting in the Lifeboat: Parenting Powered by Pleasure
Date+Time:
Date: Thursday, January 21, 2021 Time: 11:00-12:30 PT / 12:00-1:30 MT

Speakers:
  • Lisa Schrader is a Professional Certified Coach whose passion as a workshop leader, author, and speaker has impacted the lives of hundreds of thousands of women for over two decades Her transformational online programs and proven curriculum show women how to shift from being powered by pressure to being powered by pleasure. Lisa has been featured on Oprah, Oxygen, and VH1. She’s mama to three adult children and passionately in love with her husband.
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Credit:
Credit in Colorado and Washington State; you may be able to self-apply in other jurisdictions.
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February 12: Actionable Allyship and Inclusive Leadership – Creating an Inclusive Legal Profession

Creating an Inclusive Legal Profession is a program that will engage lawyers and law firm professionals with the following objectives: 
  • To define what is actionable allyship, white privilege, systemic racism, and inclusive leadership; 
  • To understand what it means to be an actionable ally and the role we can all play in being allies; 
  • To look at the role of unconscious bias and how it might affect our decision making both with ourselves and our clients; and 
  • To explore what we can each do to ensure that Dechert is an inclusive community for all.
Title:
Actionable Allyship and Inclusive Leadership – Creating an Inclusive Legal Profession
Webinar Date+Time:
February 12, 2021
12:30-2:30pm EST + 3:30-5:30pm EST 
This session will be run via Zoom.
Free Continuing Legal Education Webinar - register now!
By:
Dechert

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Tuesday, January 19, 2021

January 5, 14, 15, 20+28: Legal Evolution: Analytics And Artificial Intelligence In The Law

In the words of former GE CEO, Jack Welch, “If you don’t have a competitive advantage, don’t compete.”
This CLE covers how technology has changed the practice of law and how we can (and should) use analytics to our transactional and litigation advantage. 

Monday, January 18, 2021

January 15, 19+25: The Contemporary Yellow Pages: Ethics of Online Profiles and Advertising


The internet has transformed the way we interact with friends, colleagues, and potential clients, and our everyday use of social media platforms can have surprising ethical implications in the advertising realm.
This free CLE webinar examines the ethical advertising implications of using popular social media platforms such as LinkedIn, Twitter, Avvo and Google. It's a fast-paced look at conscious (and unconscious) attorney advertising in the digital age!
Title:
The Contemporary Yellow Pages: Ethics of Online Profiles and Advertising
Webinar Dates And Times:
Speaker:
Jordan Rader.
Credit:
1 credit hour in Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Connecticut, Hawaii, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Ohio, Vermont; many other states may allow credit if you self-apply.
By:
LexisNexis

Friday, January 15, 2021

February 15: The Illusory Duty of the Police (and Other Agencies) to Protect the People

Did you ever wonder whether the police (and other government agencies) have an obligation to protect people? Extra Mile Law, PLLC, is pleased to present another CLE class in its Monday CLE webinar series addressing this question. Join Jonathan Grad of Extra Mile Law, PLLC for this fast-moving, basic class exploring whether the government has a legal obligation to provide people with police and other protection. We will be looking at several Supreme Court cases that addressed the question of whether the police and social service agencies have a duty to protect us.
Title:
The Illusory Duty of the Police (and Other Agencies) to Protect the People
Date+Time:
February 15, 2021
12 pm - 1 pm CST
Register Now for this free Continuing Legal Education program!
Enrollment limited to the first 40 registrants.
Credit:
  • 1 unit of credit has been approved in WY. 
  •  1 unit of credit has been applied for in MN and WI.
  • Many states allow attorneys to self-apply for credit: see State Rules.
Speaker:
Jonathan Grad, JD, PhD, Member, Extra Mile Law, PLLC, has practiced law since 1995 and is licensed to practice in MN, WI and the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
Presented By:
Extra Mile Law, PLLC, a MN-based boutique intellectual property law firm.
Register Now!

January 18: 30 Minutes to Using Microsoft Forms and Google Forms in a Law Office

Extra Mile Law, PLLC, is pleased to present another CLE class in its Monday CLE webinar series. Join Jonathan Grad of Extra Mile Law, PLLC for this fast-moving, basic class about using Microsoft Forms and Google Forms in a law office. We will review the user interfaces of these web-based programs and how these programs can be used to construct surveys and checklists.
Title:
30 Minutes to Using Microsoft Forms and Google Forms in a Law Office
Date+Time:
January 18, 2021, 12 p.m. - 1 p.m., CST
Register Now for this free Continuing Legal Education program!
Enrollment limited to the first 35 registrants.
Credit:
  • 1/2 hour of credit has been applied for in MN and granted in WY. 
  • Some states, including WI, do not grant credit for 1/2 hour CLE classes. 
  • Many states allow attorneys to self-apply for credit: see State Rules.
Speaker:
Jonathan Grad, JD, PhD, Member, Extra Mile Law, PLLC, has practiced law since 1995 and is licensed to practice in MN, WI and the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
Presented By:
Extra Mile Law, PLLC, a MN-based boutique intellectual property law firm.

Wednesday, January 13, 2021

January 14: The Docket Sheet: A Primer on Docket Research Featuring Fastcase and Docket Alarm

This free Continuing Legal Education program teaches the use of boolean logic in legal research on Fastcase.
Title:
The Docket Sheet: A Primer on Docket Research Featuring Fastcase and Docket Alarm
Date and Time of This Free Continuing Legal Education Webinar:
Presented by:
Fastcase
Credit:
Fastcase webcasts earn credit in many states; check with your credit-granting authority. You may have to apply on your own.
Cost:
Free. Registration required.

Sunday, January 10, 2021

January 21: Proposition 19: Winners & Potential Losers after February 15, 2021

This presentation will cover: 
  1. How Prop 19 both expands and limits Prop 13.
  2. Prop 19 Legislative objective: Closing the Lebowski Loophole.
  3. The current property tax structure until February 15, 2021, and changes to property tax reassessments after February 15, 2021.
  4. Potential solutions and pitfalls to be avoided.
  5. There is no one size fits all solutions for Prop 19. Every property owner's potential solution is fact specific. 
This will be an interactive Zoom meeting, so please be prepared for introductions and to talk about your big wins in our breakout rooms at the start of the meeting. For MCLE verification of attendance, we request everyone use computers with video rather than call in by phone.

Title:

Proposition 19: Winners & Potential Losers after February 15, 2021

Webinar Date+Time:
Thursday, January 21st, 2021
3:00 pm to 4:30 pm
Attendance is Limited - Register Now!
Speaker:
Loren M. Lopin, Attorney at Law. Loren’s practice focuses on providing comprehensive estate planning counseling to individuals, families, and small business owners, as well as asset protection, probate, and trust administration. Loren is committed to helping his clients understand that the foundation of estate planning is appreciating the value of protecting themselves and their loved ones.
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The Attorney Action Club is a network of San Francisco Bay Area lawyers who host monthly topical discussions on attorney work life balance and law practice management.
Cost:
Free; registration is limited
Credit:
California: 1 MCLE credit; You may be able to self-apply for other jurisdictions.
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