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Connecticut (CT) Administrative Law CLE Course Catalog

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93 minutes
From Grievance to Attack: A Discussion on Judicial Security and Best Practices for Safety
Attacks of violence to courts and judicial officers has risen steadily over the past few years impacting our democratic process. Using personal stories from distinguished panelists this webinar will explore their personal threats, warning signs, and actions taken. Expert analysis will be provided on understanding and mitigating these work-related life-safety risks.

American Bar Association

$115

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91 minutes
Riding the Circuits: Practice in the Third Circuit
Join two sitting Third Circuit judges (Chief Judge Michael A. Chagares and Judge L. Felipe Restrepo) and two appellate lawyers (Ilana Eisenstein and moderator Karl Myers) for a discussion of best practices for litigating in the Third Circuit. Topics will include local rules, the mediation program, and recommendations for briefing and oral argument.

American Bar Association

$115

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92 minutes
The Cost of Delayed Justice: Making Courts More Productive to Reduce Case Backlogs
This panel discussion brings together judges, court administrators, and legal technology experts. The panelists will discuss both the financial and human costs of delayed justice and share their real-world solutions to this multifaceted problem.

American Bar Association

$115

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A New Vintage of Wine Law Uncorked
Learn about issues of regulatory requirements of the federal government and state government with regard to sales of wine and distilled spirits.

American Bar Association

$75

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Understanding Garrity and Kalkines Warnings in Government Investigations
Due to self-incrimination issues that may arise in the context of internal investigations, the federal government is generally required to provide Garrity or Kalkines warnings prior to questioning an employee. But what do these warnings mean and what is the difference between them?

American Bar Association

$75

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The Importance of Expert Testimony: What to Expect During SSA Hearings
Vocational and medical experts play a significant role in a Social Security disability hearing. Join this program to learn how these experts can impact claims.

American Bar Association

$115

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Clean Meat: The Legal Hurdles and Regulatory Path for Cultivated Meat
This seminar will address new laws aimed at cellular and plant based food production.

American Bar Association

$115

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How to Watch the Watchmen: Understanding Police Oversight Models and Advocacy Methods
Learn about models of civilian and community oversight of policing and the role of the legal profession.

American Bar Association

$75

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ADA Compliance and the Continuing Challenge of Internet and Website Accessibility
When does your Internet site have to comply with the ADA, what does it mean for an Internet site to be, "ADA compliant" and recent developments in the field, such as the proposed On-line Accessibility Act.

American Bar Association

$75

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