CLE Update

Volume: 34 Issue: 5

ABA 2013 Annual Meeting—August 8 - August 13
For up-to-date information, please visit www.ambar.org/annual.

With its wonderful cultural attractions, incredible dining options and diverse neighborhoods, San Francisco offers countless opportunities for you to experience this beautiful American city.

The ABA is planning more than 200 CLE programs to develop your professional skills and expertise and will offer important opportunities to learn from and network with lawyers and judges from around the world.

What’s Coming Up in COLA CLE?

The Commission’s Assistant Director Erica Wood will moderate Interstate Guardianship Issues on July 30. Presenters will include two experts on the uniform law that addresses jurisdictional concerns: Prof. David English, Chair of the ABA Commission; and Suzanne Walsh, a Uniform Law Commission Member from Connecticut.

The Commission’s Director Charlie Sabatino will present on Clients with Diminished Capacity in September.

Catch Up on Missed CLE Events

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