December Webinar Special

The Real Property Law Section is offering a special December Webinar Bundle! Purchase all three of the below webinars for a 10% discount.

Watch them right away or schedule yourself time to complete your MCLE requirements.*

The special pricing ends on December 31, 2020.

Spread the word and let your colleagues know of this special webinar bundle. Download a flyer here.

When Adversaries Are Friends

1.25 participatory MCLE credits; 1.25 ethics credits

The world grows increasingly adversarial, but what happens in real estate litigation when adversaries are friends? Attorneys David Fu, Rinat Erlich, and Jose Mendoza frequently oppose each other in the real estate broker litigation space, and will address the benefits and challenges when frequently in opposition, with the underlying conclusion that cases settle faster and with less expense when opponents cooperate.

Let’s Talk About Diversity- What Does It Mean Anyway?

1.25 Participatory MCLE credits; 1 Elimination of Bias

This panel will discuss the importance of diversity in the real property field and the ways for attorneys and others in the real property field to recognize and fight against their own internalized biases which may contribute towards systemic discrimination in the industry. Please join Dianne Jackson McLean, Cosmos Eubany, and Bijal M. Patel as they discuss the importance of this issue, and provide concrete ways to make a difference and become both more diverse and inclusive in the real property field.

But I Only Had Two Beers! How Alcohol and Drugs Affect Your Body & The Laws That Govern

1.25 Participatory MCLE credits; 1 Competency Credit

Eric Ganci will discuss various types and percentages of alcohol and how absorption can vary. We’ll also discuss new DUI laws as they relate to drug impairment, both for legal and prescription drugs.

*All attorneys who are actively practicing law in California must complete ongoing legal training. Twenty-five hours of MCLE are required every three years. These hours must include credits on ethics as well as competence issues, such as substance abuse and mental health.

Attorneys with last name beginning with N-Z are required to report their training to the State Bar by February 1, 2020. All attorneys (except those on voluntary inactive status) report MCLE compliance by submitting a statement of compliance to the State Bar.