CLE

Vol. 1, No. 10

 

For CLE teleconferences that GPSolo produces and cosponsors, please visit the Events & CLE page by clicking here.

 

Division CLE

 

More than 40 Hours of GPSolo On-Demand CLE Programming Available!

If you did not make it to the National Solo & Small Firm Conference in Denver, you can still view and receive CLE credit from the programs. Topics include foreclosures, family law, consumer law, ADR, immigration, setting up a law office, PDFing your Practice and many more. To view the full list of programs and to purchase any programs please visit www.ali-aba.org/CT040 and choose “Online CLE.”

 

Four Free CLE Programs for All ABA GPSolo Members!

  • Immigration Hearings 101: A Complete Tool Kit for Representing Children in Immigration Court (Part 1)
  • Immigration Hearings 101: A Complete Tool Kit for Representing Children in Immigration Court (Part 2)
  • The Changing Face of the Legal Profession: How Commoditization and Specialization is Permanently Altering the Practice of Law
  • Leveraging Technology for More Efficient ADR

 

Division Teleconferences

For CLE teleconferences that GPSolo produces and cosponsors, please visit the Events & CLE page by clicking here.

 

Counseling the Local Food Movement: What a Practitioner Should Know

(Online Course)

Product Code: CET12LFMCDR

Faculty: Cari Rincker (Moderator), Dr. Stan Benda, Derrick Braaten, Jason Foscolo, Professor Neil Hamilton, Professor Erin Hawley, Leon J. Letter, Professor Jesse J. Richardson, Jr., Professor Patricia Salkin, and Richard E. Schell

 

Crisis Happens! Incorporating a Crisis Communications Plan in Your Litigation Strategy

(Online Course)

Product Code: CET12HMCCDR

Faculty: Lynn Howell (Moderator), Gene Grabowski, and Derede McAlpin.

 

Crop and Livestock Insurance Law from the Ground Up

(Online Course)

Product Code: CET12CRGCDR

Faculty: Cari B. Rincker (Moderator), Beth Angus Baumstark, William K. Crispin, Brion B. Doyle, Julie I. Fershtman, Charles D. Lee, Michael D. Martin, and P. John Owen

 

A Forever Home for Fido: Animal Custody Issues in Adoptions, Divorces, and Disasters

(Online Course)

Product Code: CET12FHFCDR

Faculty: Yolanda Eisenstein (Moderator), Barbara J. Gislason, Adam P. Karp, and Randy Turner

 

Ethical Strategies for Keeping Your License to Practice Law: Keeping off the Naughty List

(Online Course)

Product Code: CET11EGPCDR

Faculty: Mary L. Cibella and Scott K. Tozian

 

Client Satisfaction and a Paid Lawyer: Your 2012 New Year’s Resolution

(Online Course)

Product Code: CET11CSPCDR

Faculty: Ann M. Guinn and Melanie Bragg

 

The Accidental Nonprofit Lawyer

(Online Course)

Product Code: CET11TANOLC

Faculty: Lynn Howell, Amy Lin Meyerson, Michael E. Malamut, and Lisa A. Runquist

 

Other CLE

 

ABA FREE CLE Premier Speaker Series: A New ABA Member Benefit

ABA Members can now earn free continuing legal education credits through ABA programs featuring today’s most influential legal practitioners. The ABA introduces a free monthly CLE Premier Speaker Series. Earn up to 18 hours of CLE credit as part of your ABA membership. The CLE Premier Speaker Series is just one of the ways that we’re increasing the value of membership and advancing the legal profession. For more information, visit www.ambar.org/premierCLE.

 

Elder Care Mediation and Why It Is Important to Your Practice

Sponsored by ABA Commission on Law and Aging

Cosponsored by General Practice, Solo & Small Firm Division

Tuesday, June 5, 2012

12:00 p.m.–1:30 p.m. Central

 

Program Description: With the aging of the boomers, your clients increasingly will face conflicts in estate planning and elder care. Questions will arise within the family such as:

  • Who will take care of mom?
  • How do you untangle family feuds over the estate?
  • Who decides about dad’s health care?

Learn from an experienced mediator and attorney about how senior mediation can address sibling, extended family, and intergenerational disputes in elder care—and what it can mean for your practice.

Moderator: Erica Wood, Assistant Director, ABA Commission on Law and Aging, Washington, DC

Speakers: Robert J. Rhudy, President, Senior Mediation and Decision-Making, Inc. Baltimore, MD and Carolyn Rodis, Chair, Training Standards Committee, ACR Elder Decision-Making and Conflict Resolution Section, Harwood, MD

Register Now—Phone: 800.285.2221 and Select Option “2,” M-F, 8:30 a.m-6:00 p.m. Eastern

Click here to register online.

Event Code: CET2WEC

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