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A Litigator’s Guide to the Federal Rules from Inception to Trial
Wed, August 4, 2021CLE Credits: 2 General Credits (WA 2 Law and Legal)Co-Sponsored with myLawCLE
This course is designed to provide a general overview of the federal rules of civil procedure with real-life examples of how they are applied and... Learn More...Live
Adobe Acrobat Pro for Attorneys: Create PDFs, combine files, redact text, sign documents and more
Tue, August 31, 2021CLE Credits: 1 General Credit (WA 1 Other credit)Co-Sponsored with myLawCLE
PDF is a popular file format in the legal profession to publish, submit and store documents. In this webinar, learn how to create PDF files,... Learn More...
Compliance Concerns for Employers with New Remote, Out-of-State Workforces
Fri, July 23, 2021CLE Credits: 1 General Credit (WA 1 Law and Legal)Co-Sponsored with myLawCLE
As many temporary, remote work-from-anywhere arrangements morph into permanent arrangements, employers are confronting myriad compliance concerns for their new multistate remote workforces. This program will... Learn More...
Computerize Your Trial Notebook with Dropbox, Word, and Excel
Mon, June 28, 2021CLE Credits: 1 General Credit (WA 1 Law and Legal)Co-Sponsored with myLawCLE
This presentation explains how to create a computerized trial notebook using Dropbox to store documents, a word processing program like Microsoft Word to structure the... Learn More...
Contract Drafting: What the best lawyers know
Thu, July 22, 2021CLE Credits: 3 General Credits (WA 3 Law and Legal)Co-Sponsored with myLawCLE
When a lawyer reviews or drafts a contract, he or she may be unsure what a particular provision means, how it impacts the client, or... Learn More...
COVID-19 Multiplying Modes of Communication During Quarantine: Questions you did not know you should be asking
Wed, December 16, 2020CLE Credits: 1 General Credit (WA 1 Law and Legal)Co-Sponsored with myLawCLE
COVID-19 has upended traditional work environments and forced many to rethink how to communicate and collaborate while working remotely. As a result, many employees have... Learn More...
Dealing with Difficult Opposing Counsel: How to handle overly aggressive lawyering and bullying tactics.
Tue, April 27, 2021CLE Credits: 2 General Credits (or 2 Professional Development WA State)Co-Sponsored with myLawCLE
1pm-2pm: Ruth Carter There is a reason why the lawyer stereotype is that we are liars and slimeballs – because some of us are. There... Learn More...
Depositions: To Object or Not To Object – That is the Question
Tue, August 10, 2021CLE Credits: 2 General Credits (WA 2 Law and Legal)Co-Sponsored with myLawCLE
This course is intended to discuss all aspects of depositions under Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 30, and all the related rules. It is designed... Learn More...Live
Estate Planning 101 (2021)
Fri, August 6, 2021CLE Credits: 3 General Credits, 1 Ethics Credit (WA 3 Law and Legal, 1 Ethics)Co-Sponsored with myLawCLE
Join myLawCLE for a comprehensive introduction to estate planning. This course is perfect for a beginning practitioner, someone looking to add estate planning to an... Learn More...
Excel 101 for Attorneys: Manage client lists, track case data, analyze evidence, create reports and more
Fri, March 26, 2021CLE Credits: 1 General Credit (or 1 Other credit WA State)Co-Sponsored with myLawCLE
Having Excel skills can be an important advantage for today’s attorney. Excel is a powerful spreadsheet application that can manage client lists, track case data,... Learn More...
Facing the Fire: How Executives Can Best Prepare to Testify in Legal Proceedings
Fri, March 5, 2021CLE Credits: 1 General Credit (WA 1 Law and Legal)Co-Sponsored with myLawCLE
Attorneys can expect to gain insights into arranging an optimal performance for an executive’s examination at an arbitration, mediation, deposition, trial, or administrative proceeding. The... Learn More...
False Claims Act Case Highlights & Areas to Watch (2021)
Tue, May 11, 2021CLE Credits: 2 General Credit (WA 1 Law and Legal)Co-Sponsored with myLawCLE
Known as the “Lincoln Law” – the False Claims Act continues to serve as the United States Government’s primary tool to redress false claims for... Learn More...