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Below is our calendar of upcoming Live Webinar CLE events. All live webinar courses are conducted by the New York County Lawyers’ Association. Looking for Online CLE, CDs or DVDs? Click Here!

May
13
Thursday
3:00PM - 4:40PM

Unlock the Golden Handcuffs: Free Your Money and Mind to Pursue the Career You Desire

Our expert presenters have teamed up to offer a workshop to help attorneys clarify how they can align their money with their career aspirations and life goals. Lawyers who want to make a career change often feel hampered by “the golden handcuffs.”This workshop shows you how to unlock them and point your career and life in the direction you truly desire.We intend to expand your knowledge and mindset about the golden handcuffs.Our intended result is that you are able to think and plan proactively for a much richer career and life.

Faculty: Elena Deutsch, CEO/Founder of WILL, Women Interested in Leawing (big) Law; Jessica Medina, Esq., Accredited Financial Counselor

Total MCLE Credits
2
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Credit Breakdown: 2 Skills; Transitional and Non-transitional Online Webinar Course ID: NACLE1369
May
17
Monday
5:30PM - 7:15PM

Youth Court: Entering a New Era of Juvenile Justice

On April 10, 2017, New York State enacted legislation raising the age of automatic criminal responsibility from 16 to 18. Prior to the signing, New York was one of only two states that charged all youth as adults once they reached the age of 16. Despite the change in the law, children as young as 13 still may be charged as Juvenile Offenders (JOs) and youth ages 16 and 17 can be charged under a newly created category, Adolescent Offender (AO). JOs and AOs may have their cases adjudicated in Supreme Court, Criminal Term as opposed to Family Court. In recognition of the special developmental needs of adolescents, the law formalized special treatment courts for youth under the age of 18 with the mandate of Youth Parts. Our panelists will take a 360° view of Youth Part. The Honorable Craig S. Walker will provide an overview of Youth Part and present some preliminary outcomes. Ena Cadesca will present the resources available to young people, and Frederic Pratt Johanne Macajoux will provide the attorney's prospective.

Faculty: Hon. Craig S. Walker, Presiding Judge, Supreme Court, Criminal Term, Youth Part; Ena Cadesca, Counselor, Addiction & Substance Use Disorders; Frederick Pratt, Brooklyn Legal Aid; Johanne Macajoux, Brooklyn District Attorney’s Office

Total MCLE Credits
2
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Credit Breakdown: 2 PP; Transitional and Non-transitional Online Webinar Course ID: NACLE1370
May
21
Friday
12:30PM - 3:30PM

Post-Pandemic Bankruptcy Mediation: A New Chapter and New Solutions

A panel of Bankruptcy experts, led by Hon. Elizabeth Stong and former Judge Melanie Cyganowski will discuss the use of mediation to settle Bankruptcy proceedings, with a particular emphasis post pandemic solutions. Our speakers will provide an overview of Bankruptcy Proceedings, with an emphasis on the areas that are particularly appropriate for mediation. Then, they will conduct a “Master Class,” demonstrating how a Fraudulent Conveyance Mediation unfolds, followed by a Round-table Discussion analyzing what took place during the “Master Class,” and a question and answer session.

Faculty: Hon. Elizabeth Stong, U.S. Bankruptcy Ct., EDNY; Leslie Berkoff, Moritt Hock & Hamroff LLP; Hon. Melanie Cyganowski (Ret.), Otterbourg P.C.; Todd Duffy, Duffy Amedeo, LLP; Andrew Thaler, Thaler Law Firm, PLLC; Bruce Weiner, Rosenberg Musso & Weiner LLP

Total MCLE Credits
3
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for NY Attorneys
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for NJ Attorneys
Credit Breakdown: 3 Skills; Transitional and Non-transitional Online Webinar Course ID: NACLE1371
May
25
Tuesday
6:00PM - 8:05PM

Lawyers for the Public Good: Joining NYS Government

Do you want to work for the New York State Government? Are you confused by the process? Civil Service. PEF. M/C. CSEA. What does all of this mean?! Our panelists will answer all of these questions, AND MORE, as well asl provide you with a step-by-step process for getting hired by any state agency. Our panelists will share their paths into state service and how they chose which agency to apply to and work for. This program is great for both law school students and attorneys as we will discuss entry-level and experienced attorney hiring. Come prepared with questions and get ready to join the state government!

Faculty: Chris Mulvihill, Deputy Superintendent for Consumer Protection and Financial Enforcement, NYS Department of Financial Services; Paul Mahoney, Assistant Deputy Attorney General for the Medicaid Fraud Control Unit, NYS Attorney General’s Office; Noreena Chaudari, Assistant Counsel, NYS Department of Public Service, former Excelsior Fellow

Total MCLE Credits
2.5
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for NY Attorneys
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for NJ Attorneys
Credit Breakdown: 2.5 Skills; Transitional and Non-transitional Online Webinar Course ID: NACLE1372
May
26
Wednesday
12:00PM - 1:15PM

Litigation Finance 101: How Funding Can Help Clients and Lawyers

Litigation finance lets third-party funders help lawyers and their clients meet the mounting costs of litigation. Its use is rapidly expanding in the United States, with funders investing in claims on both a single-case and portfolio basis. Our presenters—a litigation funder, and an advisor to clients who use funding—will explain the various ways funders invest in litigation, describe what funding transactions look like, and discuss the legal and ethical rules relevant to funding.

Faculty: nvestment Manager, Validity Finance; Peter Petyt, 4 Rivers

Total MCLE Credits
1.5
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for NY Attorneys
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for NJ Attorneys
Credit Breakdown: 1 Ethics & 0.5 Skills; Transitional and Non-transitional Online Webinar Course ID: NACLE1373
June
2
Wednesday
12:30PM - 2:10PM

Essential Estate Planning Updates

Our expert speakers will provide an overview on how to execute an effective estate plan in New York, including recent updates specifically relevant to estate planning professionals. Topics include: Coordinating an estate plan with the Uniform Principal and Income Act, and the SECURE Act for IRA trusts; Recent estate planning updates; Best practices for life insurance utilization with IRA trusts; and Other estate planning matters

Faculty: Seymour Goldberg, CPA, MBA, JD, Goldberg & Goldberg; Matthew E. Rappaport, Esq., LLM (Taxation), Vice Managing Partner, Falcon Rappaport & Berkman PLLC; Henry Montag, Managing Director, The TOLI Center East

Total MCLE Credits
2
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for NY Attorneys
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for NJ Attorneys
Credit Breakdown: 2 Skills; Transitional and Non-transitional Online Webinar Course ID: NACLE1379
June
4
Friday
9:30AM - 2:30PM

Divorce Mediation Training Day 1

Overview Divorce Processes: Mediation and Alternatives Starting and Structuring the Process Divorce Mediation: The Basic Tasks Mediation: The Basic Techniques

Faculty: Robert Kirkman Collins, Professor of Practice and Founder and Director of the Divorce Mediation Clinic at Cardozo Law School

Total MCLE Credits
4.5
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for NY Attorneys
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Credit Breakdown: 4.5 Skills; Transitional and Non-transitional Online Webinar Course ID: NACLE1382
June
6
Sunday
12:30PM - 5:00PM

Divorce Mediation Training Day 2

Applying the Techniques: Group Exercise Parenting: Separating the Households Parental Decision Making

Faculty: Robert Kirkman Collins, Professor of Practice and Founder and Director of the Divorce Mediation Clinic at Cardozo Law School

Total MCLE Credits
4.5
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for NY Attorneys
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for NJ Attorneys
Credit Breakdown: 4.5 Skills; Transitional and Non-transitional Online Webinar Course ID: NACLE1383
June
7
Monday
2:00PM - 5:00PM

Restorative Justice Training Session 2: Restorative Justice Potential for Parole and Clemency

This training session will provide an overview of the potential for restorative justice community circles to provide a structured forum for humane conversation between persons impacted by a criminal act and persons convicted for that act; to understand how restorative justice can restore communities suffering discord after intervention by the criminal justice system which can also pave new paths for parolees, their community, and those impacted by their incarceration, as well as for those incarcerated applying for clemency. There will also be a discussion of legislative challenges and goals, as well as an outline of a long-term plan for nation-wide implementation of restorative justice in the clemency and parole context. The program will allow participation with participants to understand the potential for restorative justice for communities, outside of the influence of courts. The reframing of justice includes a voice for those impacted by a criminal act including community members, family, and the formerly incarcerated. Participants will be more effective in advocating for this alternative dispute resolution model for pre-sentencing, post-release, and policy. Attendees will have the opportunity to express ethical concerns and discuss legislative potential to better implement and protect restorative justice practices and other topics.

Faculty: Shailly Agnihotri, Esq., RJCP; Additional Facilitators TBA

Total MCLE Credits
3
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for NY Attorneys
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for NJ Attorneys
Credit Breakdown: 1 Diversity, 1 Ethics, & 1 PP; Transitional and Non-transitional Online Webinar Course ID: NACLE1380
June
9
Wednesday
10:00AM - 12:30PM

Representing Property Owners During Covid-19 Pandemic: Commercial Practice & More

Our expert panel will highlight the rights and remedies of commercial property owners in the face of various state and local legislation and the temporary moratorium on evictions. Following the discussion, there will be a question and answer session.

Faculty: David B. Rosenbaum, Anna Guiliano, Joshua Nadelbach, Borah Goldstein Altschuler Nahins & Goidel P.C.

Total MCLE Credits
3
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for NY Attorneys
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for NJ Attorneys
Credit Breakdown: 3 Skills; Transitional and Non-transitional Online Webinar Course ID: NACLE1374
June
11
Friday
9:30AM - 2:30PM

NY Bridge the Gap Skills and Ethics Two Day Event - 6/11 & 6/13

*This two day program will satisfy the Live Skills and Ethics requirements for 1st and 2nd year newly admitted NY attorneys. Day 1 - Friday June 11, 2021 9:30 AM-2:30 PM. Day 2 - Sunday June 13, 2021 12:20 PM –5:00 PM. Day 1: Distribution of Assets; Topics include: -Asset Inventory: Classification, Using Experts -Types of Assets: Liquid; Marital Home; Business Interests; Life Insurance; Pensions; Social Security Benefits; tangible Personal Assets; Degrees/Licenses -Tax Issues -Dealing Ethically with Stock Options -Ethical Considerations Day 2: Dealing with Expenses; Drafting the Papers; Topics include: -Economic Impact of Divorce -Expenses of Children: Child Support; Major Expenses; Tax Credits -Expenses of Spouse: Support; Dealing with Legal and Emotional Issues -Ethical Traps -Health Insurance -Drafting the Papers Drafting Dilemmas -Dealing with Domestic Violence -Dealing with Ethical Dilemmas -Practical Tips

Faculty: Robert Kirkman Collins, Professor of Practice and Founder and Director of the Divorce Mediation Clinic at Cardozo Law School

Total MCLE Credits
9
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for NY Attorneys
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for NJ Attorneys
Credit Breakdown: 3 Ethics & 6 Skills; Transitional and Non-transitional Online Webinar Course ID: NACLE1376
June
11
Friday
9:30AM - 2:30PM

Mediating Divorce Agreements and Drafting the Papers - Distribution of Assets

*Also 1st half of BTG Two Day Event Topics include: -Asset Inventory: Classification, Using Experts -Types of Assets: Liquid; Marital Home; Business Interests; Life Insurance; Pensions; Social Security Benefits; tangible Personal Assets; Degrees/Licenses -Tax Issues -Dealing Ethically with Stock Options -Ethical Considerations

Faculty: Robert Kirkman Collins, Professor of Practice and Founder and Director of the Divorce Mediation Clinic at Cardozo Law School

Total MCLE Credits
4.5
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for NY Attorneys
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for NJ Attorneys
Credit Breakdown: 1 Ethics & 3.5 Skills; Transitional and Non-transitional Online Webinar Course ID: NACLE1377
June
13
Sunday
12:20PM - 5:00PM

Mediating Divorce Agreements and Drafting the Papers - Dealing with Expenses, Drafting the Papers

*Also 2nd half of BTG Two Day Event Topics include: -Economic Impact of Divorce -Expenses of Children: Child Support; Major Expenses; Tax Credits -Expenses of Spouse: Support; Dealing with Legal and Emotional Issues -Ethical Traps -Health Insurance -Drafting the Papers Drafting Dilemmas -Dealing with Domestic Violence -Dealing with Ethical Dilemmas -Practical Tips

Faculty: Robert Kirkman Collins, Professor of Practice and Founder and Director of the Divorce Mediation Clinic at Cardozo Law School

Total MCLE Credits
4.5
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for NY Attorneys
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for NJ Attorneys
Credit Breakdown: 2 Ethics & 2.5 Skills; Transitional and Non-transitional Online Webinar Course ID: NACLE1378
June
16
Wednesday
5:15PM - 7:45PM

Police Disciplinary Records – One Year After the Repeal of CRL 50a

A panel of experts will provide a lay of the land on how to obtain police disciplinary records under the New York Freedom of Information Law, and also during the discovery process in criminal cases and § 1983 civil rights cases.

Faculty: Molly Biklen, NYCLU; Alexandra Ferlise, Brooklyn Defender Services; Gideon Orion Oliver, Attorney at Law

Total MCLE Credits
3
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for NY Attorneys
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Credit Breakdown: 3 Skills; Transitional and Non-transitional Online Webinar Course ID: NACLE1381
July
16
Friday
8:30AM - 4:45PM

NY Bridge the Gap: Skills and Ethics

*This program will satisfy the Live Skills and Ethics requirements for 1st and 2nd year newly admitted NY attorneys. **Please note that this program may be a live in-person event if NYS does not extend the Live Exemption past 6/30. If the exemption is extended this event will be a webinar.

Faculty: TBD

Total MCLE Credits
9
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for NY Attorneys
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for NJ Attorneys
Credit Breakdown: 3 Ethics & 6 Skills; Transitional and Non-transitional Online Webinar Course ID: NACLE1375
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