Connecticut MCLE - Practice Management Courses

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  • ABA Model Rules Of Professional Conduct and AI Ethics: Key Highlights of the New Challenges Facing Attorney Compliance

    Every rule of the ABA’s Model Rules of Professional Conduct has been impacted by the presence of artificial intelligence. During this CLE, we will examine key concerns arising under the ABA Model Rules when juxtaposed against the realities and challenges imposed when practicing law alongside the less structured, if at times, nonexistent, ethical underpinnings of artificial intelligence. This CLE will be 100% “lawyer friendly.” It will begin with a brief overview of what is artificial inte... More Info

    1.5Ethics Credits
  • Legal Aspects of Artificial Intelligence: Navigating the Digital Frontier

    Artificial Intelligence (AI) is rapidly transforming the landscape of legal practice, bringing both opportunities and challenges. This CLE course will delve into the essential aspects of AI and its implications for the legal profession while adhering to legal and ethical standards. Whether you're an AI novice or a seasoned professional, this course will provide crucial guidance on navigating the evolving AI landscape in law. More Info

    2General Credits
  • The Ethics of Law Firm Lateral Transitions

    The days when lawyers stayed in the same firm for their entire careers are almost gone. Lawyers move to new firms every day. Each step in such a move is subject to complex (and sometimes contradictory) ethical and legal rules, as the lawyers must weigh their own rights against their obligations to their current partners, their potential new firm and – most importantly – their clients. Ronald Minkoff, a lawyer who has handled dozens of lateral moves for both law firms and lateral law... More Info

    1Ethics Credit
  • Navigating Florida's Legal Tools for Mental Illness: Marchman Act, Guardianship, and Baker Act

    Florida has three statutes that enable counsel representing an individual seeking to protect a loved one who is suffering from substance use and mental health disorders. In this CLE presentation we will analyze how the Marchman Act, Guardianship, and Baker Act can work separately and together to accomplish that goal. We will examine why one cause of action may be more appropriate than another, and why often, all three may come into play in the same case. We will also examine the time... More Info

    1General Credit
  • Lawyers and Generative Artificial Intelligence: What Could Go Wrong: Ethical and Other Concerns

    Artificial intelligence and, more specifically, generative artificial intelligence (GAI) is increasingly used by attorneys. GAI is touted as being revolutionary and "game-changing" for the legal profession for purposes of litigation and providing broader legal services to clients. However, GAI brings with it risks and well as benefits. This CLE program will consider the nature of GAI, how it could be used by attorneys, the risks that might present to attorneys and clients, and the ethi... More Info

    1Ethics Credit
  • Starting, Managing and Growing Your New Practice

    Starting any new business can be daunting. You have the legal knowledge and perhaps even some clients, but how do you start and manage the business side of the firm—something typically not taught in law school! This CLE will focus on effectively managing the business and tips for running an effective office. Topics will cover how to select a location and balance the rent obligation with subletting possibilities. Also discussed will be staffing, including perhaps sharing a secretary,... More Info

    1General Credit
  • Conflicts of Interest in the Financial Services Industry: What Every Attorney Needs to Know

    Do you refer clients to financial advisers? Lawyers need to understand the regulatory framework that distinguishes financial advisers, particularly in light of new (2020) disclosure documents (Form CRS). In this program, we will cover how financial advisers are regulated; how standards of care differ; how to recognize potential conflicts of interest that can affect the adviser-client relationship; and most importantly, how new SEC disclosure tools make your due diligence process easie... More Info

    1General Credit
  • How To Write a Persuasive Motion

    This CLE course is designed to explore the art of drafting persuasive legal motions. Tailored for practicing attorneys seeking to enhance their advocacy skills, this one-hour course delves into structuring compelling arguments, constructing engaging factual narratives, and navigating the stages of motion practice. From mastering citation formats to addressing ethical considerations, participants will gain practical tips essential for effective motion writing. Whether you're a seasoned... More Info

    1General Credit
  • Cybersecurity Risks, Insurance, Employee Conduct, AI: What Does it All Mean to Lawyering in a Cyberworld?

    For the 9th year, Program Chair Mark Rosen and an expert faculty seek to inform the legal and business communities about the latest developments in the field of cybersecurity and lawyering in a cyber world that are too important to ignore. Our all-star faculty will address the key issues, threats, and the ever changing roles and responsibilities of attorneys and firms in a constantly evolving cyberworld. Topic to be discussed include: Is AI a marketing phrase or a tool? Cyber... More Info

    6Total Credits
    1 Ethics
  • Nontraditional Careers in the Law

    Our panelists will discuss their path from law school to a career related to, but outside, of the traditional practice o the law. We will talk through their transition and what transferable skills helped them in their new careers. We will also discuss steps any attorney can take to pursue a nontraditional career using their law degree, knowledge obtained along the way and their legal experience. There will also be ample time for questions and answers from the audience. More Info

    0.75General Credit

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