Louisiana Compliance Bundle 070120

Save time with our hand-selected Compliance Bundles tailored to satisfy your mandatory state requirements.

The Louisiana Supreme Court Committee on Mandatory Continuing Legal Education allows attorneys to take four (4) of twelve and a half (12.5) MCLE credit hours online, including two (2) in ethics.

With this bundle, you can complete four (4) MCLE hours, including two (2) in ethics for only $149. All programs in this bundle are approved by the Louisiana Supreme Court Committee on Mandatory Continuing Legal Education.

You have one year from the date of purchase to complete your programs.

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Bundle Courses

4 Courses
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66 minutes
Using Technology to Build a Culture of Inclusion in the Legal Profession
This panel of in-house legal experts will describe how technology has advanced their internal recruiting, hiring and promotion practices and external vendor selection with an eye toward improving diversity.


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61 minutes
What Notorious Characters Teach about Confidentiality
In this program, Stuart Teicher will discuss ABA Model Rule 1.6(a) on Confidentiality and other ethics rules that play a role.

Stuart Teicher

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63 minutes
Litigation Do's and Don'ts: Practical Strategies for Managing Complex Disputes in Today's Environment
How does one deal with a complex case these days? It seems that more often than expected, a seemingly simple case can transform into a complex situation. In such instances, the skills and endurance of in-house counsel are tested. In this session, we’ll discuss everything from how to recognize the signs of not-so-simple cases, initial tasks to reduce overall risk, appropriate resource allocation, types of case management software that GCs are using, and cost management strategies that can go a long way.

General Counsel Conference

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60 minutes
Best Practices for Motion and Brief Drafting
This panel will discuss the best practices for drafting motions and briefs and presenting those filings to the court when they are contested and uncontested. The panelists also will discuss the pitfalls to avoid when drafting motions and briefs and presenting those pleadings to the court.

American Bankruptcy Institute