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  • Making the Most of Mock Trials

    Mock trials are similar to dress rehearsals – useful but not necessarily predictive. They are very useful in determining and assessing the strengths and weaknesses of a client’s case, but just because a mock trial is successful doesn’t mean the court case will be. Designed for seasoned litigators as well as novice, small firm practitioners, this CLE course will explain how to utilize mock trials as learning tools for gathering insight, practicing strategy and obtaining a view of how yo... More Info

    $29
    1General Credit
  • Defamation and The First Amendment of Speech

    The issue of defamation and its boundaries with regards to the First Amendment is fairly tricky. This CLE course will explain the evolving aspects of defamation as it relates to First Amendment rights. The course will significantly improve participants’ ability to identify and unravel issues that may be of concern to clients. No prior knowledge of defamation is required. More Info

    $29
    1.1General Credits
  • Criminal Law Considerations for Military and Veteran Clients

    This CLE course will explain how criminal law attorneys address calls from active military service members and veterans. The course will address issues such as dual civilian/military investigations, jurisdictional considerations, involved personnel, the impact of military or veteran status , military pretrial confinement and more. More Info

    $29
    1General Credit
  • To Prosecute or Not To Prosecute? Analyzing Ethical Rules Telling Prosecutors When and How They Can Do Their Job

    Whether and how to prosecute a case is not an open and shut issue. This CLE course will present prosecutors with the rules which limit the possibility of prosecuting certain cases as well as the guidelines for how they can and should be prosecuted. But this course does not only apply to prosecutors, as defense attorneys can use this information to attempt to dissuade prosecutors to drop cases or try them in a specific way. The course will explain and analyze these rules and gui... More Info

    $34
    1Ethics Credit
  • Ethics & Client Communication: Setting Yourself Up for Success

    Ethics regulations impose specific rules and standards for client communication. This CLE course will assist lawyers in understanding their bar-mandated responsibilities as well as how to create a system to ensure your mental health while meeting the needs of your clients. The course will present insights into Rule 1.4 and explain how to create and maintain a stress-free environment in this high stakes profession. More Info

    $34
    1Ethics Credit
  • The New Wave of Benzene Litigation: Class Actions

    Traditionally, the plaintiffs in benzene personal injury litigation have alleged that their use of paints, solvents, varnishes, and other petroleum-based products caused them to develop blood cancers. When in 2021, benzene was found in deodorants, sunscreens, and other personal care products, consumer class action cases were filed in federal district courts in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Ohio, South Carolina, Florida, Illinois, Missouri, California, and Ore... More Info

    $29
    1General Credit
  • Liberty’s Last Champion: The Validity of "Science" Evidence and Court Practice

    Our legal system asserts that it provides justice before the law, but not everyone would agree that the system is designed to ensure it. Civil and criminal cases bring about some difficult issues and science, along with some common sense, can often provide solutions. One example of this is DNA, a tool which can guard against false conclusions, but that can also be misleading. Our ability to differentiate between good, reliable science and junk science is key to this. This CLE course... More Info

    $29
    1General Credit
  • Weaponizing Rule 1.7 Against Insurance Defense Counsel

    Throughout the country, liability insurers defend their policyholders against liability disputes. To do so, they hire pre-approved panel of defense counsel with two goals: 1) To protect the insurer’s interests as potential indemnitor, and 2) To represent the policyholder as a party to a liability dispute The Rules of Professional Conduct, Rule 1.7 impose six prongs of ethical prohibitions and permissions on counsel, each of which is investigated and analyzed to ensure compliance. This i... More Info

    $65
    2Ethics Credits
  • ESI in Criminal Proceedings: 4th, 5th and 6th Amendment Issues

    Criminal investigations now typically employ electronic information as a standard feature, both at the State and Federal levels. This type of information may be used in the commission of crimes and is thereby often the focus of prosecutions and investigations. This CLE course will offer a comprehensive overview of various amendment implications such as the warrant requirement of the Fourth Amendment, the Fifth Amendment privilege against self-incrimination and the right confrontation g... More Info

    $29
    1General Credit
  • Legal Ethics and the Mediation Process

    Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) has grown a great deal over the past 10 years, particularly in the area of mediation. This process, however, is one that many counsel lack familiarity with. This CLE course, presented by Judge Scheinkman, will explain the importance of ethical considerations as they relate to settlement negotiations. The nature of mediation requires that parties abide by ethical rules and good faith in negotiations. Trust in this regard is not a relative concept,... More Info

    $34
    1Ethics Credit
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