ALPS New Lawyer Webinar Series (Summer 2017) [NME18ALPS-WBR]

ALPS New Lawyer Webinar Series (Summer 2017) [NME18ALPS-WBR]

Original Program Date: July 19, 2017
Duration: 3 hours
Credits: Ethics: 1.00, Other: 2.00
List Price:$135.00
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This program was a live webinar series presented by ALPS in three parts on July 19, 2017, July 26, 2017, and August 2, 2017. If you attended the live webinars and reported CLE credits, you cannot also report credits from watching or listening to this recording.

This recorded seminar series – originally designed and delivered by ALPS, the nation’s largest direct writer of lawyers malpractice insurance - is customized for young lawyers like you. The line-up includes a panel of partners – well versed in the unique experiences of young lawyers – addressing topics affecting you along your professional journey, including:
  • My Generation: The Future of the Legal Profession
    Original Program Date: July 19, 2017
    A lot of lip service is paid to the notion young lawyers are the “future of the profession.” But, what does this mean? Presenter Chad Burton addresses where the profession is heading, and how young lawyers can help shape it. Furthermore, Mr. Burton explores the role of technology and emerging law models relating to the future of legal service delivery.

  • That’s What I Like About You: Ethical Considerations for Social Media & Marketing
    Original Program Date: July 26, 2017
    Lawyers regularly use Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and other social media devices to connect with clients and colleagues, as well as to advertise and market their services to prospective clients. However, lawyers’ use of social media can create professional liability exposures, from inadvertent creation of attorney-client relationships to breach of fiduciary duty. Presenter Troy Rackham discusses these professional liability considerations and identifies strategies to avoid or mitigate the risks.

  • School’s Out for Summer: 10 Things I Wish I’d Learned in Law School
    Original Program Date: August 2, 2017
    Every attorney can probably agree learning about the law is different from practicing the law. New practitioners are entering a profession where conflict is everywhere and are often juggling assistants, clients, co-workers, opposing counsel, the court, and personal lives. Most days practitioners feel like acrobats in the circus – trying to balance spinning plates on sticks while doing gymnastics. This recorded program touches on 10 things to help keep those plates spinning.
Chad Burton – CEO, CuroLegal
Troy R. Rackham, Esq. – Director, Fennemore Craig, P.C., Denver, CO
Karen Thalacker – Attorney and Judicial Magistrate, Cedar Falls, IA

Coursebook contains 58 pages.

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