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.Ethics Institute

P9018-19U
This program completes your ENTIRE 6-hour professional responsibility CLE requirement, including new credit requirements for diversity/inclusion and mental health/substance abuse.
From $200.00

Automations to Help You Run a Highly Productive, Professional, and Profitable Law Firm

P1805-18U
Learn how to run a more productive, professional, and profitable law practice through smart integrations and automation of your software and services. We will touch on ways to improve everything from lead qualification to client intake to case management to referrals. Improve the efficiency of your communications and operations with solutions that require minimal time, effort, and cost.
From $50.00

Compassion Fatigue: Sustaining the Professional Self

P9004-19E-06
Lawyers, like others in the helping professions, are at risk for experiencing compassion fatigue. Lawyers who are regularly exposed to human-induced trauma, are called on to listen with empathy to clients’ stories, have high caseloads, and have a high capacity for empathy may be especially susceptible to experiencing compassion fatigue. Understand what compassion fatigue is, why lawyers are vulnerable to it, professional hazards that contribute to it, and how to become a more resilient attorney. Learn methods to enhance or deplete professionals from a systemic viewpoint as well as coping strategies to minimize compassion fatigue and increase your health and well being.
$80.00

Cyber Hygiene and What It Means for Your Firm and Clients

H8086-20E
Learn cyber hygiene and cyber threats lawyers face, both personally and professionally, and the ways to reduce the risks associated with these threats. The relationship between the legal practice and its technology usage will be reviewed, and practical steps provided to reduce the risks of breach, data loss, and system compromise. By attending the presentation, lawyers will be more informed of the relationship between the legal practice, its technology usage, associated cyber threats and risks of compromise, and the basic best practices to protect both their own and their clients’ information. Participants will learn the questions to ask their teams: (1) Do we have the right tools? (2) Do they work? and (3) Do we know for sure they work?
$60.00

Doing Diversity Right in the 21st Century

P9004-19E-05
Organizations promoting diversity and inclusion need support if they are going to make progress. Such support includes critically examining 21st century diversity practices that end up perpetuating unfairness and maintaining the status quo—even when intended to do just the opposite. What are those actions and practices? How is it possible that, for instance, a woman or a person of color can be hurt by a company when a manager assigns them to a diversity committee? Learn about such unsuccessful practices, as well as how firms can rectify these practices in the name of fairness and social justice.
$80.00

Ethical Conundrums Facing Elder Law Attorneys

P9007-19E-03
Learn how to identify potential ethical issues that arise frequently in an elder law practice, capably apply ethical rules to assess appropriate professional conduct in hypothetical factual settings and develop procedures in practice for addressing ethical issues.
$80.00

Getting Behind and In Front of Implicit Bias in the Workplace

P9017-18E-07
Learn about ways implicit bias can affect our communications and actions in the workplace, and explore ways to ‘interrupt’ bias and improve the workplace environment.
$79.00

Hot Ethics Topics in Local Government Law (2018)

P9017-18E-05
A discussion of hot ethical issues in municipal law in a fast-paced, engaging style.
$29.00
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