Oregon New Lawyers Division|practical skills based CLE program|September 6, 2013

Join the Oregon New Lawyers Division at a practical skills based CLE program on September 6, 2013 at Willamette University & Ram Restaurant. A social will follow the CLE at the Ram where you can network with law students and lawyers from around the state. For only $50 you can attend up to 5 CLEs.

Program presented by the Oregon New Lawyers Division but attorneys with all levels of experience are welcome.

Note, lunch will not be provided but you are welcome to bring your own sack lunch.

Schedule:
Location: Willamette University, College of Law, rooms 121 & 122

11:30-12:00     Registration

12:00-1:00       Option A: Personal Injury with Matthew Kehoe and Travis Prestwich
Option B: Introduction to Oregon Administrative Law with Karen Clevering and Raul Ramirez

1:15-2:15         Option A: Civil Litigation Defense with Anthony Kuchulis
Option B: Starting Your Own Firm with Colin Andries

2:30-3:30         Option A: Labor & Employment Law with Melissa Healy
Option B: Family Law with Kaori Tanabe

3:45-4:45         Option A: Business Litigation with Jason Hirshon
Option B: It’s Never Too Early (or Late): Choices About Professionalism and Impacts on a
LifelongCareer with Liani Reeves

Location: Ram Restaurant*

5:15 – 5:30       Registration for CLE
5:30 – 6:30       The Importance of Civility in the Courts with Justice Paul De Muniz
6:30 – 7:30      No Host Social with appetizers provided by ONLD

Register online here! Pre-registration is suggested but not required. *To only attend the Ram Restaurant CLE and social the cost is $15 and pre-registration is available online.

About the ONLD:
The mission of the Oregon New Lawyers Division is to assist new lawyers with the transition to practicing law in Oregon, either from law school or from a practice in another jurisdiction; conduct programs of value to new lawyers and law students; promote public awareness and access to justice; and promote professionalism among new lawyers.

Learn more at http://www.osbar.org/onld
Questions: onld@osbar.org

Hidden Copyright Issues: Discovering Copyright Law in General Transactions | Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Marion County Bar Association Brown Bag CLE Series

What:         Hidden Copyright Issues: Discovering Copyright Law in General Transactions – Jeffrey Marlink
When:        Tuesday, July 9, 2013 from noon until 1:00 pm.
Where:       Judge James’s Courtroom

Bring your own brown bag lunch.

MCBA members earn a free CLE credit.*
Non-members an additional $10.00 at the door, cash or check made payable to MCBA.

RSVP to michelle@thesalemlawyer.com

*Credit pending

Reminder: July 9 Brown Bag CLE Series | Hidden Copyright Issues

Marion County Bar Association Brown Bag CLE Series

What:  Hidden Copyright Issues: Discovering Copyright Law in General Transactions – Jeffrey Marlink

When:  Tuesday, July 9, 2013 from noon until 1:00 pm.

Where:  Judge James’s Courtroom

Bring your own brown bag lunch.

MCBA members earn a free CLE credit.*

Non-members an additional $10.00 at the door, cash or check made payable to MCBA.

RSVP to michelle@thesalemlawyer.com

*Credit pending

Reminder: June 11 Brown Bag – Conflict Resolution How to get along with anyone

Brown Bag CLE Series

What: Conflict Resolution How to get along with anyone… including opposing counsel
by Michael Duane Brown

When: Tuesday, June 11, 2013 from noon until 1:00 pm.

Where: Judge James’s Courtroom
Bring your own brown bag lunch.

MCBA members earn a free CLE credit.*
Non-members an additional $10.00 at the door, cash or check made payable to MCBA.

RSVP to michelle@thesalemlawyer.com

Save the date for the next Brown Bag CLE:
July 9, 2013 topic Hidden Copyright Issues: Discovering Copyright Law in General Transactions – Jeffrey Marlink

*Credit pending

Brown Bag CLE Series | Conflict Resolution How to get along with anyone…. | Tuesday, June 11

Brown Bag CLE Series

What: Conflict Resolution How to get along with anyone… including opposing counsel – by Michael Duane Brown
When: Tuesday, June 11, 2013 from noon until 1:00 pm.

Where: Judge James’s Courtroom
Bring your own brown bag lunch.

MCBA members earn a free CLE credit.*
Non-members an additional $10.00 at the door, cash or check made payable to MCBA.

RSVP to michelle@thesalemlawyer.com

Save the date for the next Brown Bag CLE:
July 9, 2013 topic Hidden Copyright Issues: Discovering Copyright Law in General Transactions – Jeffrey Marlink

*Credit pending

Understanding Your PLF Coverage | Thursday, May 9 at 12:00

A Courthouse Connections Event
Presented by
The Marion County Bar Association and The Mary Leonard Law Society

Understanding Your PLF Coverage

 With guest panelists:
Emilee Preble – Lead Underwriter & Staff Attorney | PLF
Jeff Crawford – Director of Administration | PLF
Matt Borrillo – Claims Attorney | PLF

Thursday, May 9 from 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm
Marion County Courthouse, 5th Floor Jury Room

1.5 CLE credits pending

Questions? Contact maryleonardlawsociety@gmail.com

Visit:  www.maryleonardlawsociety.org
for more information about this or other Courthouse Connections events

 

Brown Bag CLE: April 9, Real Estate Transactions and the importance of title searches

Marion County Bar Association

Brown Bag CLE Series

What:    Real Estate Transactions and the importance of title searches ~ for the General Practitioner by Dee Collins at First American Title Company

When:   Tuesday, April 9, 2013 from noon until 1:00 pm.

Where:  Judge James’s Courtroom

Bring your own brown bag lunch.

MCBA members earn a free* CLE credit.

Non-members an additional $10.00 at the door, cash or check made payable to MCBA.

RSVP to michelle@thesalemlawyer.com

Save the date for the next Brown Bag CLE:  June 11, 2013 topic TBA

Free CLE at Willamette Law School: Feb. 19, Internet Security

The OSB Sole and Small Firm Practitioners Section and

Willamette University College of Law Present:

A THREE PART CLE SERIES FOCUSED ON INTERNET SECURITY

 Part 1

 INTERNET PRIVACY:  HAVE YOU PROTECTED YOUR CLIENTS?

What You Need to Know Before Sharing and Storing Client Information through the Internet.

WHEN:      February 19, 2013

TIME:         12:00 – 1:00pm

WHERE:    Willamette University College of Law

COST:       FREE.  Bring your own lunch.  Cookies and drinks provided by Cloudfeet.

RSVP:        E-mail tojlhazel@hazellawportland.com

Get an introduction to the key electronic processes at work when e-mail is transmitted between sender and recipient and when data is sent from your firm’s computer to a third party site for “cloud” storage or practice management purposes. How “secure” are those transmissions?

Part 2: 

WHEN:      TBA (March)

TIME:         12:00 – 1:00pm

WHERE:    Willamette University College of Law

Hitting the road with your laptop, smartphone, or tablet? What dangers lurk behind every wi-fi log-in?  A fascinating look at technology specifically designed to intercept your on-line activity and the best ways to protect your data.

The goal of Parts 1 and 2 of this series is to provide lawyers with an understanding of basic electronic processes so they can establish meaningful firm policies for internet usage in and out of the office. In the process, lawyers will be able to know what to look for when purchasing services from a variety of internet vendors.

Part 3

WHEN:      TBA (April)

TIME:         12:00 – 1:00pm

WHERE:    Willamette University College of Law

This final program will take a look at OSB Ethics Opinion NO. 2011-188 (Information Relating to the Representation of a Client: Third-Party Electronic Storage of Client Material): What constitutes “Third-Party Electronic Storage”? What can lawyers do to achieve core competency with respect to internet usage? Why is it important to stay current on technological advances affecting the products and services you use in your practice (and how to do it)?

Law students are invited and encouraged to attend!

 

Tuesday, March 12 | CLE: Overview of Institutionalized Racism for the Modern Practitioner

Marion County Bar Association

Brown Bag CLE Series

What:  Overview of Institutionalized Racism for the Modern Practitioner

    with Mariann Hyland of the Oregon State Bar.

When:  Tuesday, March 12, 2012 from noon until 1:15.

Where:   Courtroom 4B

MCBA members earn a free* CLE credit.

Pending 1.25 hours of Access to Justice credit.

Bring your own brown bag lunch.  Non-members an additional $10.00 at the door, cash or check made payable to MCBA.

RSVP to michelle@thesalemlawyer.com

 

Save the date for the next Brown Bag CLE:

April 9, 2012  – Working with Title Companies for the General Practitioner by Dee Collins at First American Title company.

Monday, February 11 – CLE with Professor Suzanne Rowe

The Mary Leonard Law Society and Willamette University College of Law present
a writing & editing workshop CLE with Professor Suzanne Rowe

Monday, February 11
12:00 pm to 1:15 pm
Oregon Civic Justice Center, Hearing Room
790 State Street, Salem OR

Join the Mary Leonard Law Society and Willamette University College of Law for a CLE with author and professor Suzanne Rowe. A leader in the field of legal writing and the author of six books on legal research, Professor Rowe will provide a fresh look on legal writing and editing techniques. Banish embarrassing mistakes from your work and create a more error-free legal document! A question and answer period will be provided so bring your writing and editing questions for Professor Rowe.

MLLS lunchtime CLEs are $15 for OWLs members; $20 for non-OWLs members; $10 for judicial clerks; and free to students, WUCL staff and faculty, and to
those not seeking CLE credit. 1 MCLE credit pending.

Brown bag lunches are encouraged.

Email maryleonardlawsociety@gmail.com for more information or to RSVP.