Roundtables

Committee Roundtables are a FREE member benefit. Call in to hear a speaker or a panel discuss topics such as new case law/legislation, trial tips, and practice development. These non-CLE Programs last 30–60 minutes, and listeners can ask questions by email.

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Upcoming Roundtables

Alternative Career Paths

Wednesday, January 29, 2020 | 12:30-1:30 PM ET | Young Advocates and Corporate Counsel Committee | Is a law firm my only option? Is there another option besides law firm life? Think law firm life is the only career path for lawyers, then this Roundtable is for you. In this Roundtable, our panelists will discuss alternative career paths for lawyers coming right from law school or looking to make the move from law firm life. Our panelists include Heather White Sr. Director, Associate General Counsel at TIAA; Traci Telemaque Assistant Public Defender; and Jordan Abshire of Abshire Legal Search, LLC.

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Making an ABA Conference Work for Business Development

Wednesday, January 29, 2020 | 1:00-2:00 PM ET | Business Torts & Unfair Competition Committee | Learn how to expand your network by taking part in ABA conferences and other ABA leadership opportunities from these litigation leaders. This roundtable will discuss the best ways to network, meet others, and follow-up after your interaction with lawyers from across the country that you meet at various ABA conferences. Through this entertaining roundtable, you will be able to learn how to make your attendance at ABA conferences work for you and your business development efforts to expand your referral network in the most effective way while having fun at these events.

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Ethical Issues To Consider When Providing Unbundled Legal Services

Wednesday, March 4, 2020 | 12:30-1:30 PM ET | Family Law Litigation Committee | This program will provide information that will help attorneys to properly identify and address potential ethical issues, while providing unbundled legal services, also known as limited scope representation, limited assistance representation and discrete task representation.

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Becoming A Special Master: A Potential Career Path You May Not Have Considered

Wednesday, March 4, 2020 | 2:00-3:00 PM ET | The Woman Advocate Committee | While many of us have heard of the work of special masters in the court system, have you considered whether becoming a special master could be right for you? A special master may also take the role of a court adjunct, court monitor, judicial referee, or master of chancery. Join us as we learn from the experts regarding the work of special masters.

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