This CLE, co-sponsored by MCBA, will emphasize technology related legal issues that are having an ever increasing and significant impact on the practice of law, whether at the office or in the courtroom. Submission for Oregon CLE credit in process (4 General, 1 Ethics).
* Update on some of the latest electronic discovery cases.
* Reviewing the potential malpractice risks to lawyers re: unprotected email.
* Learn why encryption of email and data will soon become mandatory.
* Understand the increasing risks of “metadata” malpractice for lawyers.
* Learn some of the ways to protect against client data theft.
* Learn how GPS technology will transform the law practice.
* Review some of the latest ethical concerns impacting lawyers using technology.
* Learn how to protect against many wireless network risks.
* Learn how case management software can enhance your practice & reduce your risks.
* Learn how Twitter, Facebook, et al, will affect your law practice.
Prices for MCBA members:
$75.00 Early Bird Registration (through November 27, 2009).
$125.00 Seminar Registration (after November 27, 2009).
Prices for non-MCBA members:
Add $25.00 to above prices.
Register: Register on line at: www.technology4attorneys.com
MAIL CHECK / SEMINAR REGISTRATION / CONTACT US:
Technology 4 Attorneys, LLC
P.O. Box 4811
Boise, Idaho 83711
In these troubling economic times the Marion County Bar Association is encouraging its members to give: to give of their time; to give of their profession. MCBA is presenting a CLE series for members interested in pro-bono service. In partnership with Marion-Polk Legal Aid Services, MCBA will present 3 one hour CLEs focusing on the most pressing issues facing our unrepresented community members.
The cost? Your commitment! In exchange for a memberâ€™s commitment to take on at least one pro-bono case in the next year, MCBA will waive the $25.00 registration fee. Each program includes a complementary box lunch. Please mark your calendars, join us, and make a difference!
Family Abuse Prevention Act â€“ Panel will include Judge Susan Tripp
June 17, 2009 at 12:00 in Courtroom 4B
Forcible Entry and Detainer â€“ Panel will include Judge Jon Ghastin
September 16, 2009 at 12:00 in Courtroom 4B
Foreclosure Relief â€“ Panel will include Judge Tracy Prall
Fall 2009 (date and time TBA) in Courtroom 4B
You must pre-register to receive your complimentary lunch. Please contact Natasha Bachelu to register or for more information: (503)399-1070.
Mary Leonard Law Society presents “1965, Selma, Alabama: The Right to Vote.” Ronald Silver, Assistant United States Attorney, District of Oregon, will take you back to Selma, Alabama, through pictures and commentary, explaining the struggle that led to the passage of the Voting Rights Act of 1965. Ron will take you on a visual journey as he tells the story about major and minor players that shaped the decision to march in Selma and helped to frame the legal aftermath.
Tuesday April 21, 2009, Noon – 1:30 P.M. at Cat Cavern in Putnam Center, Willamette University.
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: April 16, 2009
Contact Jodee Jackson or Rachel Kittle at firstname.lastname@example.org.
OWLS members free. Non-members $10.00
Oregon Consumer Identity Theft Protection Act.
Speaker: Lou Savage
Date: November 19th, 2008
Time: 12-1 PM
Place: Marion County Courthouse, 100 High Street NE, Salem, Oregon
Room: Judge Joseph Guimond’s Courtroom
Contact Person: David Daniel 388 State Street, Suite 1100, Salem Oregon 97301 (503) 588-2300
Cost: $10 Members/$25 Non-members
Conference to Examine the Implications of Medical Science on Legal Decision Making
SALEM, Ore. â€” The Willamette Law Review and Center for Dispute Resolution are pleased to sponsor â€œLaw of the Body,â€ a one-day symposium examining the implications of medical science on legal decision making and disputes related to the science of the body and brain.
The conference will be held March 7, 2008, at Willamette University College of Law in Salem, Ore. Registration will begin at 8 a.m., and the event will close at 4:45 p.m.
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