Washington Law and Practice Refresher Bundle [BUN17GEN]

Washington Law and Practice Refresher Bundle [BUN17GEN]

 
Duration: 14 hours, 59 minutes
Credits: Ethics: 5.75, Law & Legal Procedure: 8.75, Other: 0.50
 
List Price:    $399.00
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What is a Bundle? A bundle is a collection of recorded CLEs with content from a specific practice area that is offered at a discounted price. Each bundle provides both Law & Legal Procedure and Ethics CLE credit.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT REPORTING YOUR CREDITS
All components of this bundle were presented as, or as part of, a live CLE or webcast. If you attended the live seminar or webcast, or purchased and viewed the recorded versions of any of the components of the bundle, you are not able to claim the same credits again. Please review the CLEs in the bundle to make sure you have not previously claimed credit for them.

View components by March 17, 2020.

WASHINGTON LAW AND PRACTICE REFRESHER BUNDLE

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This bundle provides 8.75 Law & Legal Procedure credits, 5.75 Ethics credits, and 0.50 Other credits. 

All components of this bundle are delivered as streaming video.


http://wsba.vo.llnwd.net/v1/Graphics/BUN16GEN/16792.jpg Washington Law and Practice Refresher - Day 1: Research and Ethics
Original Program Date:   March 16, 2017

First, Professor Penny Hazelton, Associate Dean for Library and Technology Services at the University of Washington School of Law, shows you a new way to think about legal research and will teach you how to access and assess online information quickly and effectively.Then delve into in-depth ethics discussions covering:
  • Professional responsibility and client communications
  • Trust accounts
  • Diversity
  • Social media in your law practice
(Full program agenda and faculty)



http://wsba.vo.llnwd.net/v1/Graphics/BUN16GEN/16793.jpg Washington Law and Practice Refresher - Day 2: Black Letter Law
Original Program Date:   March 17, 2017

In each of the following areas, experienced Washington practitioners explain (1) how Washington law may be unique or may differ significantly from the law in other U.S. jurisdictions and/or (2) how the law in Washington or elsewhere has changed significantly within the previous 10 years:
  • Indian law and tribal sovereignty
  • Family law
  • Rules of evidence
  • Estate planning
  • Tort and consumer law
  • Inadvertent disclosure of electronic information
(Full program agenda and faculty)



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