December 01, 2011

Commission on Law and Aging Wins “Most Innovative Presentation” for CLE Webinar

Jan Allen May

The ABA Commission on Law and Aging won the “Most Innovative Presentation” award for its CLE Webinar “Ethical Issues in Elder Law: Getting It Right.” The ABA Center for CLE’s first annual Partner Appreciation Awards recognized the Commission for utilizing technology to creatively enhance the webinar participants’ experience. The award-winning CLE webinar centered around video vignettes of elder law ethical dilemmas, produced by Stetson University Law School, and incorporated multiple choice questions after each video to enable audience interaction with the faculty. The distribution of answers to each question was immediately shown in bar graph format. Pictured are Jill Eckert McCall, director of the ABA center for CLE, and Charles P. Sabatino, director of the ABA Commission on Law and Aging.

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