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California Lawyers Association

#CLAWellnessChallenge: If You Can Walk, You Can Nordic Walk!

Whether you are an athlete, 10,000 step counter, stroller, or beginner. Perhaps you are managing instability, injury, or recovering from surgery. Nordic walking can offer something for everyone! Jack Elledge will introduce us to Nordic Walking, the poles, techniques and benefits, and there will be time for Q&A.

International Law and Immigration

Webinar Replay: Eliminating Gender Bias: Practical Strategies and Tips for International Business Lawyers

Many forms of bias disproportionately impact women in international business. In this session, panelists will address the real world ethics situations in which these forms of bias can arise, ranging from recruiting to career advancement, team building and professional relationships. Discussions will include personal experiences, as well as insights on current scientific studies on gender bias in the workplace. The panelists will offer solutions-oriented strategies that international business lawyers can implement with a view to recognizing and reducing gender bias.

International Law and Immigration

Webinar Replay: Conversation in the Wake of Violence: Xenophobia and Understanding the Trauma

According to the “Stop AAPI Hate” report, since March 2020, approximately 4000 anti-Asian hate incidents have been reported across the nation. Out of which, Californians account for 44%of such incidents. The act of violence in Atlanta is not one isolated incident but contributes to the continuing rise of violence and hate crime against the AAPI community across the nation. The intention of this conversation is to engage in the national dialogue of protecting minority communities and responding to hate crime and the intergenerational trauma around it.

International Law and Immigration

Webinar Replay: I Spy a Bribe – Ethical Considerations in Mitigating Corruption

A fresh look through the ethical looking glass at anti-bribery and corruption laws such as the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, UK Bribery Act and UN Convention. Review the last year in corruption including ethical lapses in the automotive industry.Consider emerging risk areas such as cryptocurrency and attorneys' ethical and other obligations in the context of corruption under the new California Rules of Professional Conduct if applicable.

California Lawyers Association

#CLAWellnessChallenge: Wardrobe Wellness

Is your closet in need of a little Self Love? The Wardrobe Wellness workshop will teach how to transform your closet into your very own inspiring boutique!

CLA/CJA Trivia Night

Put your trivia knowledge to the test against judges and attorneys across California! CLA is co-hosting this fun event with the California Judges Association (CJA), and we hope to see you there.

International Law and Immigration

Webinar Replay: Ethical Constraints Concerning International Banking Regulations and Property Deals

Leonardo Di Vinci’s “Salvador Mundi” painting auctioned in London for $450 million, is the highest sale of an object ever recorded. This program will address how lawyers ethically and legally need to comply with banking regulations, Homeland Security, and trade rules when negotiating and financing high value buy-sell personal property transactions across borders in an ISIS-terrorist era.

International Law and Immigration

Webinar Replay: Immigration Law Basics in the US, Mexico, and Canada, Post USMCA

For attorneys with clients doing business in North America, the immigration attorney speakers from the respective jurisdictions will provide a high level “crash course” of basic immigration laws and principles of each country. The speakers will also present their opinions about the USMCA’s legal and practical changes in the immigration field, and what issues going forward practitioners should be aware of.

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