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18th Annual Elder Law Short Course

P9007-22U
The 18th Annual Elder Law Short Course is designed for the Illinois elder law attorney who is dedicated to client service and eager to stay on the cutting-edge of legal issues affecting elderly clients and their families.

This year’s program offers plenary sessions on tax planning for the elderly, updates on the Illinois Trust Code and Remote Signature Act, and the annual judges’ panel. In addition, you’ll get the latest on advising your clients about Medicaid (planning and application), preparing for a guardianship trial, divorce in guardianship, and much more!

Registration includes post-event access to the online on-demand recording.
From $600.00

How to Overcome Substance Use Disorder and Avoid Legal Ethics Issues

H2005-22E
In this eye-opening program, veteran attorney Cindy Sharp will share her struggles with alcohol and reveal how she got sober and has remained alcohol free for over eleven years. Attorney and certified contemplative practices teacher Becky Howlett will share her perspectives on the issues and provide practical tips for reducing stress and anxiety.

Not included in IICLE® Online All-Access subscription.
$80.00

How Secondary Trauma Affects Attorney Mental Health

H2004-22E
Join Cindy Sharp and Becky Howlett for this timely educational webinar as they explore secondary trauma. Case studies of legal professionals who have experienced the adverse effects of vicarious trauma are included throughout the presentation. They will discuss the concept of a trauma informed law practice and provide tips on how to establish one.

Not included in IICLE® Online All-Access subscription.
$80.00

The Mindful Approach to Addressing Mental Health in the Legal Field: Stop the Stigma! Strategies for the Pandemic and Beyond

H2003-22E
Join Attorneys Becky Howlett and Cynthia Sharp for this timely webinar as they explore the prevalence of mental health concerns and burnout in the legal profession and strategies to manage and prevent these issues. Becky and Cindy each share their own personal stories and reveal how they overcame adversity.

Not included in IICLE® Online All-Access subscription.

NOTE: This content was previously part of the 9th Annual Local Government Law Institute. According to MCLE guidelines, this content can only be viewed once per reporting period for CLE credit.
$80.00

Ethics Institute 2022

P9018-22U
Optimize your legal mindset to decrease conflict and positively influence the practice of law at the IICLE® Ethics Institute. Increase the civility of your practice with practical tips from the ARDC; learn the history of legal discrimination and how to eliminate it; and discover techniques to better represent people with disabilities and other typically underrepresented clients. Maximize your technological competence by learning about blockchain technology beyond just cryptocurrencies.

Earn as many (or as few) professional responsibility credits as you need as the end of the reporting period nears!
From $50.00

Interplay Between Mental Health Court and Guardianship Court

P9016-21E-05
What cases should commence in the Mental Health court vs. Guardianship, when should the matter convert from one to the other, should it ever be in both courts? This session will examine an overview of the Mental Health court process and when it’s appropriate. We will also discuss handling residential placements if a Ward is unwilling to leave their home.
$60.00

Accessing Confidential Mental Health and Other Highly Confidential Information

P9007-21E-08
Elder care practitioners and all lawyers need to understand how to lawfully obtain access to mental health and other confidential information. In many cases “confidential” information is not obtainable. In certain cases, access to confidential information can be obtained lawfully by following the statutory requirements. This presentation will provide practical and useful information about how to access confidential information.
$80.00

Advanced Family Law Methods - Reunification Therapy as a Resource in Mediation (WBAI)

H1303-21E
Join ADR Systems and WBAI's discussion regarding reunification therapy as a tool used in mediation. Dr. David Finn and Dr. Gail Grossman will discuss the components of reunification therapy. The mental health professionals will also discuss the practicalities of reunification therapy. Judge Helaine Berger and Amy Gertler will introduce a fact pattern for discussion and debate among panelists and attendees and will discuss the court’s approach to use of reunification therapy and mediation. Dr. Finn and Dr. Grossman will leave the audience with boundaries and best practices for practitioners and mediators alike when dealing with high conflict cases involving reunification therapy and mediation.
$80.00
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