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  • Reel Ethics: Navigating Ethical Dilemmas Through Film and TV Scenarios

    This fun interactive CLE course will cover various ethical scenarios by analyzing ethical dilemmas presented in popular movies and television shows, and how to best navigate such issues. Real life examples will be presented, along with solutions and considerations, along with possible outcomes. A mock format will be utilized, with the focus being on the New York Rules of Professional Conduct. This course is designed to provide you with the skills to evaluate and handle ethical issues... More Info

    $50
    1Ethics Credit
  • Pregnancy in the Workplace: Understanding the New Laws on Accommodations for Pregnancy and Lactation

    If you thought you understood your obligations from a legal perspective of handling a pregnant employee in your workplace, think again. The rules are changing so quickly it is often hard to keep up. This CLE will answer your most important questions on this topic such as whether you even have to accommodate a pregnant employee since a normal pregnancy is not a “disability” within the meaning of the ADA/ADAAA. What laws come into play when an employee requests to be able to take more... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • 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

    $75
    1.5Ethics Credits
  • Diversity & Inclusion: Recognizing the Damaging Effects of Implicit Bias in the Workplace

    Implicit bias, the unconscious associations that shape our thoughts and actions, is increasingly recognized as a crucial area of study. These biases often originate from our personal experiences, cultural backgrounds, societal norms, and media influences. This CLE program offers an in-depth exploration of implicit bias and its pervasive impact on the legal field and workplace dynamics. Attorneys will gain insights into how implicit biases can subtly influence behaviors and decision-maki... More Info

    $50
    1Ethics Credit
  • 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

    $100
    2General Credits
  • Telling Them What They Don’t Want to Hear: Maintaining Your Ethics and Your Client Relationships

    This CLE course covers the interplay of (1) ethical issues and (2) relationship issues in talking with clients about things they don’t necessarily want to hear. These things include talking with them about (a) when things don’t go the way you’ve planned; (b) when you’ve made a mistake; (c) when they have what you think is a bad idea; (d) when you don’t believe them; (e) when they want you to do something inappropriate; and (f) when they may be mentally incompetent. The perspective is t... More Info

    $50
    1Ethics Credit
  • 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

    $50
    1Ethics Credit
  • Implicit Bias and DEI Today: Challenges & Opportunities

    All human beings including lawyers have implicit biases. Indeed, such biases result from natural biochemical processes and reactions in the human brain. Knowing the science of implicit bias enhances our understanding of reactive human behavior while also providing key indicators to avoid significant liability outcomes. This CLE course, presented by Professor Bruce Adelson, will include his scholarship at Georgetown University School of Medicine and University of Pittsburgh School of L... More Info

    $50
    1Ethics Credit
  • Professionalism and Civility for Attorneys: Mastering First Impressions and Effective Communication

    In today's interconnected world, how you present yourself professionally can make or break your career. This CLE course offers practical strategies for crafting a strong, lasting professional brand. From the courtroom to Zoom meetings, and across all forms of social media, your verbal and non-verbal communication is constantly under scrutiny. Learn the art of making a powerful first impression and maintaining a consistent professional demeanor in every interaction. We’ll cover essential... More Info

    $50
    1Ethics Credit
  • New Developments in Sports Law: A Time of Change in the Collegiate and Professional Landscape

    In the last year, college sports is seeing nothing less than a revolution. It's model of amateurism is under attack, both in antitrust litigation in the courts and at various regional offices of the National Labor Relations Board ("NLRB"). A day is coming where big-time college athletics will be professionalized, with new challenges and uncertainties for various stakeholders. In the professional sports area, team sales, an increasing fractured media rights universe and ongoing issues s... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit

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