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Except as otherwise noted, each seminar has been approved by the North Carolina State Bar for 3.0 hours of ethics credit, and by the South Carolina Commission on CLE and Specialization for 3.0 hours of Legal Ethics and Professional Responsibility (LEPR) credit, including 1.0 hour towards the mental health/substance abuse awareness requirement in each state. 

“Nobody Told Me There’d Be Days Like These!" - Stress, Pressure, & Ethical Decision-Making in the Practice of Law

Available for Online/OnDemand/Live streaming, as well as for live programs, webcasts, and DVD Replays!

Also approved in multiple states for 2.0 Hours Ethics and Professionalism Credit (including mental health and/or competence or practice management credit where applicable), as well as six states or territories in Australia

 

Practicing "Dirt Law" and Keeping Your Nose Clean:  Stress & Ethical Decision-Making for Real Estate Professionals

(2012 “ACLEA’s Best” Programming winner, presented with Chicago Title Insurance of SC)

 

“Don’t Let the Jokers Drive You Batty!”- What We Can Learn from Batman about Maintaining Our Sanity (and Ethics) in the Practice of Law

(also approved for credit in the following states: New Mexico, Ohio, South Carolina, as well as the Law Societies of Manitoba, Upper Canada (Ontario) and Saskatchewan)

 

Wellness in "Reel Life" - What We Can Learn from the Movies about Self-Awareness and Self-Care

(Approved by the Alaska State Bar and the Law Society of Manitoba, Canada for 3.0 Hours Ethics/Professionalism credit)

 

“U North or True North?” - The Challenges of Ethical Decision-Making for In House Counsel

(Also approved by the Law Society of Upper Canada for 3.0 Hours Ethics/Professionalism credit)

 

Put Your Oxygen Mask on First: Self-Awareness and Self-Care for Attorneys, Guardians, and Others Working with At-Risk Children

(CLE Credit not yet applied for)

NEW IN 2016!! The Accidental Lawyer:  Terms of Engagement

Available for Online/OnDemand/Live streaming, as well as for live programs, webcasts, and DVD Replays!

Approved by the Law Society of British Columbia for 2.0 Hours of CLE Credit; forthcoming in South Carolina (January 2017).

 

“Accidental Racists” - and Other Elephants in the Room: The Impact of Implicit Bias in the Practice of Law

Also approved by the Oregon State Bar for 3.0 Hours "Access to Justice" Credit, and by the Oklahoma Bar Association, the Nebraska State Bar, and the Law Society of Manitoba, Canada, for 3 hours of Ethics/Professionalism Credit.

 

Wrestling With Ethical Dilemmas:  “We Have Met the Enemy…”

Also approved by the Virginia State Bar for 2.0 Hours Ethics Credit, and for 3.0 Hours of Ethics Credit by the Oregon State Bar, The Ohio State Bar, as well as the Law Societies of Manitoba, Ontario, and Saskatchewan.

 

Get Busy Negotiating, or Get Busy Fighting…” --  Lessons from Shawshank Prison on Preparing for a More Productive Mediated Settlement Conference

(3.0 Hours General Skills Credit in NC and SC)

 

 

Ethical Train Wrecks and Other Avoidable Disasters: Practical Steps to Heading Off Professional Misconduct Before It Happens

 

Patently Obvious: Is Your Practice Infringing on Your Life? – Stress and Ethical Decision-Making for Intellectual Property Attorneys

(Approved by the Georgia State Bar for 2.0 Hours Ethics/Professionalism credit)

 

Ethical Decision-Making In The Political Realm: How and Why Do Some of Our Best Leaders Go Horribly Wrong (And What Can We Do About it?)

(CLE Credit not yet applied for )

 

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