The Workers’ Compensation Section is pleased to announce we are continuing our tradition of “Done in a Day – Workers’ Comp CLE Marathon” virtually!
This program will identify substance use and mental health issues among attorneys, discuss an attorney’s ethical obligations regarding an impaired colleague, explain how to avoid a disciplinary complaint and discuss resources available to attorneys.
In tumultuous times, we need leaders and citizens who practice good values, civility, and ethics. With the new civility oath and MCLE requirements in mind, what else can the legal profession do to continue to instill good ethics and morals in their life and practices. Our two speakers are model citizens when it comes to ethics and values. The audience will hear about their best practices and solutions for a better legal industry and possibly world at large.
Earn 9 Hours MCLE; 0.75 Hours Legal Ethics Ethics and .75 Hours Elimination of Bias Credit Hours of MCLE
The 2024 UCL Institute will be held on Thursday, January 18 at the City Club Los Angeles.
This webinar will discuss the California Rules of Professional Conduct and how trademark practitioners can use AI competently and in compliance with the professional responsibility obligations of lawyers.
As the March California primary election date approaches, voters up and down the state will consider not only candidates but also initiatives on their ballots in their local jurisdictions. On January 24, 2024, this continuing legal education program will focus on the initiative process in California, the local regulation of commercial cannabis, and intersection of these two areas in the form of the Humboldt Cannabis Reform Initiative. Join Cannabis Industry Practitioners Group Secretary Shay Aaron Gilmore as he moderates a panel of election law experts, local cannabis regulation specialists, and cannabis industry representatives to discuss the legal, policy, and regulatory issues for California lawyers to understand ahead of the March 5 primary election in 2024.
Join us for the IP Litigation Conference, January 26, at Sheppard Mullin in Del Mar!
This webinar will discuss the California Rules of Professional Conduct (Rules) that create the most challenges for estate planning lawyers ranging from client engagement letters, competence, compensation, confidentiality, conflicts of interest, advance conflict waivers and capacity issues.
We're back in Los Angeles for the Second Annual Privacy Summit!