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93 minutes
Consumer Debtor Protections & Rights for Low-Income Americans During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Consumer debtors face extreme challenges in the current pandemic environment. Get tips on how lawyers can help clients manage their legal obligations and understand their legal rights.

American Bar Association

$115

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92 minutes
Public Health Measures in Response to COVID-19
This program will look at the juncture of law and public health and examine what laws are most effective in containing the pandemic and what laws hinder responses.

American Bar Association

$115

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89 minutes
Transactional Practice Boot Camp: Part 2 - Cheat Sheet for Approaching New Transactional Assignments: How to Figure Out What You Should be Doing Next
Students and young lawyers often use an "ad hoc" approach treating "every problem as a different problem." Since I have needed to teach students who have never done transactional law how to begin working on complex projects very quickly, I have tried to create a teachable, universal approach to beginning transactional assignments. This approach I will teach holds true whether the solution requires a client call, an internal/external memo, drafting a contract, or prosecuting intellectual property (copyright, trademark, or patent registrations).

New Media Rights

$115

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65 minutes
Privacy Law Introduction, Theory, and Fundamentals
This presentation focuses on the main concepts of privacy law, exploring domestic and international laws.

New Media Rights

$75

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72 minutes
Transactional Practice Boot Camp: Part 1 - Zero to Hero: What You Need to Know During Your First Years as a Transactional Attorney
This program is for 0-3 year attorneys who have never experienced transactional law (and maybe even never worked in a law office) to rethink the "litigation-first" perspective that gets ingrained during law school. For a large number of law students interested in working with business transactions, as in-house counsel, in IP prosecution, licensing, etc., we want to provide guidance for what you should be thinking about on your first day of an internship, your first day at a job, or your first day running your own firm. These are tips to distinguish yourself on your first day even if you don't have any direct transactional experience.

New Media Rights

$95

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64 minutes
What to Watch Out for When Your Firm is Under Pressure
There are going to be pressures on lawyers as their firms navigate the Great Restart. Some lawyers might take shortcuts, and that could spell danger for new associates. Plus, there are some other important new angles to the post-COVID practice that you should know. Here are some dangers you might face, and how to stay out of trouble. (Ethics Rules 5.3, 1.6, and more covered)

Stuart Teicher

$75

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60 minutes
It's Not Time Management, It's LIFEtime Management
There’s always a lot of pressure on lawyers to produce. That pressure is likely to grow during the Great Restart. Learn a few tips and tricks for time management that could help you better deal with the responsibilities that will be thrown your way. These ideas were created with the new associate in mind.

Stuart Teicher

$75

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60 minutes
First-Year Associates: How to Love the Law 10 Years from Now
Who doesn’t need a little inspiration? Stuart Teicher, Esq. lived through the ups and downs of the practice and he knows a few secrets. Follow his guidance as a new lawyer and you’ll set yourself up for happiness and success by the time you’re a veteran. (Ethics Rules 1.1, 1.3, and more covered)

Stuart Teicher

$75

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The Haze: Key Legal Issues for Cannabis Businesses
Cannabis laws are changing at a rapid pace across all 50 states, making things a bit confusing and often challenging--a bit of a haze--for cannabis businesses. This seminar will highlight the current state of key issues that cannabis businesses face in tax, banking, employment law, and insurance.

American Bar Association

$75

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