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Dec 07, 2021

Trials of the Centuries: Notorious Stories and Famous Figures (12/07/2021)

9:00am-6:00pm (EASTERN time)

All times listed are EASTERN. Please know what time that is in your time zone.

Price: $250.00

Course Description:
This class takes a look at some of the most famous people and stories that have impacted the law and captured public attention for decades and even centuries. The course will cover the separation of church and state through the trials of Jesus and Galileo, review the right to a fair trial through the Lincoln conspiracy story, and explore how an obscene comedian paved the way for freer speech. By discussing the stories of American heroes and renowned public interest cases, we will learn from fascinating scenarios with practical application! We review the trial strategies, the issues involved, the outcomes, and how those cases can make you a better lawyer today.


Accreditation Approved: This webinar is approved by the following State Bar/CLE Commissions:
Arkansas, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 1.5 hours of ethics
Florida, for 9.5 general hours, which includes 3.0 hours of ethics
Georgia, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 1.5 hours of ethics
Indiana, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 1.5 hours of ethics
Iowa, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 1.5 hours of ethics
Kansas, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 1.5 hours of ethics
Louisiana, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 1.5 hours of ethics
Mississippi, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 1.5 hours of ethics
Missouri, for 9.6 total hours, which includes 3.0 hours of ethics
North Carolina, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 1.5 hours of ethics
New Mexico, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 1.5 hours of ethics
Pennsylvania, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 1.5 hours of ethics
South Carolina, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 1.5 hours of ethics
Tennessee, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 1.5 hours of ethics

Dec 08, 2021

Deal or No Deal: Ethics on Trial (12/08/2021)

1:00pm-3:00pm (eastern time)

All times listed are EASTERN. Please know what time that is in your time zone.

Price - $79.00

Course Description:
After being explained the facts of a real case, the attorney will be presented with a deal. Should the attorney take the deal ... or take his or her chance at trial? We will cover inappropriate contact with jurors, fist fighting judges, lying attorneys, inappropriate romantic interludes with clients, substance abuse, and much more.


Accreditation Approved: This webinar is approved by the following State Bar/CLE Commissions:
Arkansas, for 2.0 ethics hours
Georgia, for 2.0 ethics hours
Iowa, for 2.0 ethics hours
Kansas, for 2.0 ethics hours
Missouri, for 2.4 ethics hours
New Mexico, for 2.0 ethics hours
North Carolina, for 2.0 ethics hours
Pennsylvania, for 2.0 ethics hours
Tennessee, for 2.0 dual hours

Dec 09, 2021

Killing it in Court: Litigation Tips from a Courtroom Comedian (12/09/2021)

9:00am-6:00pm (EASTERN time)

All times listed are EASTERN. Please know what time that is in your time zone.

Price: $250.00

Course Description:
John Cleese of Monty Python fame said, “He who laughs most learns best.” This applies equally to CLE and to persuading others in court. Learn practical tips that will make you more effective, efficient, and persuasive in court. We will hit the best deposition practices, ethical pitfalls in litigation, cross examining like Vinny Gambini, and how to avoid the dreaded bench slap.


Accreditation Approved: This webinar is approved by the following State Bar/CLE Commissions:
Arkansas, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics
Florida, for 9.5 general hours, which includes 2.5 hours of ethics
Georgia, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics
Indiana, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics
Iowa, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics
Kansas, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics
Louisiana, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 1.0 hours of ethics and 1.0 hours of professionalism
Mississippi, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics
Missouri, for 9.6 total hours, which includes 2.4 hours of ethics
New Mexico, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics
North Carolina, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics
Pennsylvania, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics
South Carolina, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics
Tennessee, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics
Utah, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics

Dec 13, 2021

Implicit Bias in the Law (12/13/2021)

1:00pm-2:00pm (eastern time)

All times listed are EASTERN. Please know what time that is in your time zone.

Price - $49.00

Course Description:
It used to be thought that you don’t know what you don’t know. Well, no more. This class explores what goes on under the hood of the brain, the back side of a person’s operating system. There are presumptions, assumptions and stereotypes that influence decisions. Sometimes, these presumptions are good. But sometimes, they can work to discriminate against people based on race and sex. This class examines how implicit bias works, and how it can impact clients.


Accreditation Approved: This webinar is approved by the following State Bar/CLE Commissions:
AR, for 1.0 total ethic hour
GA, for 1.0 total ethic hour
IA, for 1.0 total diversity hour
KS, for 1.0 total ethic hour
MO, for 1.0 total elimination of bias hour
NC, for 1.0 total professional responsibility/ethics
NM, for 1.0 total ethic hour
PA, for 1.0 total ethic hour
TN, for 1.0 total ethic hour

Dec 15, 2021

A Guide for Lying from Honest Abe (12/15/2021)

1:00pm-3:00pm (eastern time)

All times listed are EASTERN. Please know what time that is in your time zone.

Price - $79.00

Course Description:
Lawyers, liars, and lunatics! This class focuses on why some people (lunatics) think that lawyers have a problem with lying. We go to the top of our profession – good ol’ Honest Abe – to see what he has to say about honesty in the legal profession. Do we have a problem with honesty? And if so, what can we do to fix it? In this class, we look at the various model rules requiring honest legal practices, such as 3.3, 4.1, 7.1 and 8.4, and then look at case examples where attorneys have been disciplined for dishonest activities. And of course, we end by vowing to not do likewise.


Accreditation Approved: This webinar is approved by the following State Bar/CLE Commissions:
AR, for 2.0 total ethics hours
GA, for 2.0 total ethics hours
IA, for 2.0 total ethics hours
KS, for 2.0 total ethics hours
MO, for 2.0 total ethics hours
NC, for 2.0 total ethics hours
NM, for 2.0 total ethics hours
PA, for 2.0 total ethics hours
TN, for 2.0 total ethics hours

Dec 17, 2021

Trials of the Centuries: Landmark Cases (12/17/2021)

9:00am-6:00pm (EASTERN time)

All times listed are EASTERN. Please know what time that is in your time zone.

Price: $250.00

Course Description:
Learn from the legendary cases that shaped our legal system. This class will remind the lawyer about the true essence of being an attorney. We go back in time to review the most significant, precedent-setting, cultural-impacting cases over the last several millennia. From Socrates to the Scopes Monkey trials to O.J. Simpson, we look at the trial strategies, the issues involved, the outcomes, and how those cases can make you a better lawyer today.


Accreditation Approved: This webinar is approved by the following State Bar/CLE Commissions:
Arkansas, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics
Florida, for 9.5 general hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics
Georgia, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics
Indiana, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics
Iowa, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics
Kansas, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics
Louisiana, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics
Mississippi, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics
Missouri, for 9.6 total hours, which includes 2.4 hours of ethics
New Mexico, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics
North Carolina, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics
Pennsylvania, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics
South Carolina, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics
Tennessee, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics
Utah, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics

Dec 21, 2021

A Comedic De-Briefing of the Law 2021 (12/21/2021)

9:00am-6:00pm (EASTERN time)

All times listed are EASTERN. Please know what time that is in your time zone.

Price: $250.00

Course Description:
This Comedian of Law classic been updated with new material to keep you laughing as you learn. Join us for a comprehensive de-briefing of the law. Starting with ethics, we review the crazy predicaments some ethically-challenged attorneys have found themselves. Next, we will explore the Model Rules through the eyes of Hollywood. From Hollywood, it’s not a long journey to our legal rock stars – the Nine! The Supreme Court, aka, the Real League of Justice, has been busy exerting their super hero legal powers. We will review recent landmark Supreme Court cases, tackling the biggest issues like religious rights (Fulton v. City of Philadelphia), the death of Obamacare (California v. Texas), the free speech of cursing teenagers (Mahanoy Area School District), and more! Finally, we will take a countdown of the Top 10 Wacky cases, including the latest legal headlines like #FreeBritney, Bill Cosby's release, the Door Dash lawyer, and a spaghetti noodle assault. You might be surprised what you will learn about legal strategy from these headline cases.


Accreditation Approved: This webinar is approved by the following State Bar/CLE Commissions:
Arkansas, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 3.5 hours of ethics
Florida, for 9.5 general hours, which includes 4.0 hours of ethics
Georgia, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 3.5 hours of ethics, which includes 1.0 hours of professionalism
Indiana, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 3.5 hours of ethics
Iowa, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 3.5 hours of ethics
Indiana, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 3.5 hours of ethics
Kansas, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 4.0 hours of ethics
Louisiana, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 2.6 hours of ethics and 1.0 hours of professionalism
Mississippi, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 3.5 hours of ethics
Missouri, for 9.6 total hours, which includes 4.2 hours of ethics
New Mexico, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 3.5 hours of ethics
North Carolina, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 3.5 hours of ethics
Pennsylvania, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 3.5 hours of ethics
South Carolina, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 3.5 hours of ethics
Tennessee, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 3.5 hours of ethics
Utah, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 3.5 hours of ethics

Dec 22, 2021

Trials of the Centuries: Landmark Cases (12/22/2021)

9:00am-6:00pm (EASTERN time)

All times listed are EASTERN. Please know what time that is in your time zone.

Price: $250.00

Course Description:
Learn from the legendary cases that shaped our legal system. This class will remind the lawyer about the true essence of being an attorney. We go back in time to review the most significant, precedent-setting, cultural-impacting cases over the last several millennia. From Socrates to the Scopes Monkey trials to O.J. Simpson, we look at the trial strategies, the issues involved, the outcomes, and how those cases can make you a better lawyer today.


Accreditation Approved: This webinar is approved by the following State Bar/CLE Commissions:
Arkansas, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics
Florida, for 9.5 general hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics
Georgia, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics
Indiana, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics
Iowa, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics
Kansas, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics
Louisiana, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics
Mississippi, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics
Missouri, for 9.6 total hours, which includes 2.4 hours of ethics
New Mexico, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics
North Carolina, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics
Pennsylvania, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics
South Carolina, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics
Tennessee, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics
Utah, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics

Dec 27, 2021

Trials of the Centuries: Notorious Stories and Famous Figures (12/27/2021)

9:00am-6:00pm (EASTERN time)

All times listed are EASTERN. Please know what time that is in your time zone.

Price: $250.00

Course Description:
This class takes a look at some of the most famous people and stories that have impacted the law and captured public attention for decades and even centuries. The course will cover the separation of church and state through the trials of Jesus and Galileo, review the right to a fair trial through the Lincoln conspiracy story, and explore how an obscene comedian paved the way for freer speech. By discussing the stories of American heroes and renowned public interest cases, we will learn from fascinating scenarios with practical application! We review the trial strategies, the issues involved, the outcomes, and how those cases can make you a better lawyer today.


Accreditation Approved: This webinar is approved by the following State Bar/CLE Commissions:
This webinar is approved by the following State Bar/CLE Commissions:
Arkansas, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 1.5 hours of ethics
Florida, for 9.5 general hours, which includes 3.0 hours of ethics
Georgia, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 1.5 hours of ethics
Indiana, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 1.5 hours of ethics
Iowa, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 1.5 hours of ethics
Kansas, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 1.5 hours of ethics
Louisiana, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 1.5 hours of ethics
Mississippi, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 1.5 hours of ethics
Missouri, for 9.6 total hours, which includes 3.0 hours of ethics
North Carolina, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 1.5 hours of ethics
New Mexico, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 1.5 hours of ethics
Pennsylvania, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 1.5 hours of ethics
South Carolina, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 1.5 hours of ethics
Tennessee, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 1.5 hours of ethics

Dec 28, 2021

A Comedic De-Briefing of the Law 2021 (12/28/2021)

9:00am-6:00pm (EASTERN time)

All times listed are EASTERN. Please know what time that is in your time zone.

Price: $250.00

Course Description:
This Comedian of Law classic been updated with new material to keep you laughing as you learn. Join us for a comprehensive de-briefing of the law. Starting with ethics, we review the crazy predicaments some ethically-challenged attorneys have found themselves. Next, we will explore the Model Rules through the eyes of Hollywood. From Hollywood, it’s not a long journey to our legal rock stars – the Nine! The Supreme Court, aka, the Real League of Justice, has been busy exerting their super hero legal powers. We will review recent landmark Supreme Court cases, tackling the biggest issues like religious rights (Fulton v. City of Philadelphia), the death of Obamacare (California v. Texas), the free speech of cursing teenagers (Mahanoy Area School District), and more! Finally, we will take a countdown of the Top 10 Wacky cases, including the latest legal headlines like #FreeBritney, Bill Cosby's release, the Door Dash lawyer, and a spaghetti noodle assault. You might be surprised what you will learn about legal strategy from these headline cases.


Accreditation Approved: This webinar is approved by the following State Bar/CLE Commissions:
Arkansas, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 3.5 hours of ethics
Florida, for 9.5 general hours, which includes 4.0 hours of ethics
Georgia, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 3.5 hours of ethics, which includes 1.0 hours of professionalism
Indiana, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 3.5 hours of ethics
Iowa, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 3.5 hours of ethics
Indiana, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 3.5 hours of ethics
Kansas, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 4.0 hours of ethics
Louisiana, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 2.6 hours of ethics and 1.0 hours of professionalism
Mississippi, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 3.5 hours of ethics
Missouri, for 9.6 total hours, which includes 4.2 hours of ethics
New Mexico, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 3.5 hours of ethics
North Carolina, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 3.5 hours of ethics
Pennsylvania, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 3.5 hours of ethics
South Carolina, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 3.5 hours of ethics
Tennessee, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 3.5 hours of ethics
Utah, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 3.5 hours of ethics

Dec 29, 2021

Killing it in Court: Litigation Tips from Courtroom Comedian (12/29/2021)

9:00am-6:00pm (EASTERN time)

All times listed are EASTERN. Please know what time that is in your time zone.

Price: $250.00

Course Description:
John Cleese of Monty Python fame said, “He who laughs most learns best.” This applies equally to CLE and to persuading others in court. Learn practical tips that will make you more effective, efficient, and persuasive in court. We will hit the best deposition practices, ethical pitfalls in litigation, cross examining like Vinny Gambini, and how to avoid the dreaded bench slap.


Accreditation Approved: This webinar is approved by the following State Bar/CLE Commissions:
Arkansas, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics
Florida, for 9.5 general hours, which includes 2.5 hours of ethics
Georgia, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics
Indiana, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics
Iowa, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics
Kansas, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics
Louisiana, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 1.0 hours of ethics and 1.0 hours of professionalism
Mississippi, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics
Missouri, for 9.6 total hours, which includes 2.4 hours of ethics
New Mexico, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics
North Carolina, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics
Pennsylvania, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics
South Carolina, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics
Tennessee, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics
Utah, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics

Dec 30, 2021

Trials of the Centuries: Landmark Cases (12/30/2021)

9:00am-6:00pm (EASTERN time)

All times listed are EASTERN. Please know what time that is in your time zone.

Price: $250.00

Course Description:
Learn from the legendary cases that shaped our legal system. This class will remind the lawyer about the true essence of being an attorney. We go back in time to review the most significant, precedent-setting, cultural-impacting cases over the last several millennia. From Socrates to the Scopes Monkey trials to O.J. Simpson, we look at the trial strategies, the issues involved, the outcomes, and how those cases can make you a better lawyer today.


Accreditation Approved: This webinar is approved by the following State Bar/CLE Commissions:
Arkansas, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics
Florida, for 9.5 general hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics
Georgia, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics
Indiana, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics
Iowa, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics
Kansas, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics
Louisiana, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics
Mississippi, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics
Missouri, for 9.6 total hours, which includes 2.4 hours of ethics
New Mexico, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics
North Carolina, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics
Pennsylvania, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics
South Carolina, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics
Tennessee, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics
Utah, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 2.0 hours of ethics

Dec 31, 2021

Trials of the Centuries: Notorious Stories and Famous Figures (12/31/2021)

9:00am-6:00pm (EASTERN time)

All times listed are EASTERN. Please know what time that is in your time zone.

Price: $250.00

Course Description:
This class takes a look at some of the most famous people and stories that have impacted the law and captured public attention for decades and even centuries. The course will cover the separation of church and state through the trials of Jesus and Galileo, review the right to a fair trial through the Lincoln conspiracy story, and explore how an obscene comedian paved the way for freer speech. By discussing the stories of American heroes and renowned public interest cases, we will learn from fascinating scenarios with practical application! We review the trial strategies, the issues involved, the outcomes, and how those cases can make you a better lawyer today.


Accreditation Approved: This webinar is approved by the following State Bar/CLE Commissions:
Arkansas, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 1.5 hours of ethics
Florida, for 9.5 general hours, which includes 3.0 hours of ethics
Georgia, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 1.5 hours of ethics
Indiana, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 1.5 hours of ethics
Iowa, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 1.5 hours of ethics
Kansas, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 1.5 hours of ethics
Louisiana, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 1.5 hours of ethics
Mississippi, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 1.5 hours of ethics
Missouri, for 9.6 total hours, which includes 3.0 hours of ethics
North Carolina, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 1.5 hours of ethics
New Mexico, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 1.5 hours of ethics
Pennsylvania, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 1.5 hours of ethics
South Carolina, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 1.5 hours of ethics
Tennessee, for 8.0 total hours, which includes 1.5 hours of ethics