Mastering Remote Advocacy – Managing Challenges and Embracing Opportunities
In the wake of the COVID-19 we find ourselves embracing remote advocacy and the inherent unique challenges presented in connection with this new world. One major change is that many of our hearings will now be remote video hearings in courtrooms. A well-prepared attorney who is familiar with the mechanics and ground rules of navigating this new remote working environment will be armed with the tools they need to make their remote hearings highly effective.
Webinar: Ethics for Neutrals: Do I Need an IOLTA Account?
Neil Wertlieb, Inaugural Co-Chair & Founding Member of the CLA’s Ethics Committee and General Counsel at Milbank LLP, leads this timely discussion of a challenging area: How do the rules of professional conduct apply to a lawyer who acts as neutral and does not have a lawyer-client relationship?
Webinar: Mediation Basics for New Lawyers
This program will focus on how newer attorneys can successfully represent their clients in mediations that lead to settlement.
Webinar: Bias in Mediation – Presented by Randy Choy, Esq.
This program hopes to foster inclusive cultures by creating safe spaces for brave conversations. The speakers will introduce a common language that differentiates between various types of bias.
Webinar: The Art and Science of Listening in the Midst of Conflict: How to Do it and Why it Matters
There is far more to effective listening than meets the ear. In the midst of conflict, we need to help both/all sides to feel heard, understood, and respected.
Webinar: Meet New Justices on the Court of Appeal
Please join us for the First Annual CLA Committee on Appellate Courts “Meet New Justices” Program.
Webinar: Mediating the Impossible: Dealing with Difficult Personalities
Join Judge White, Thomas J. Johnston, Esq., and Christopher E. Faenza for this program where they’ll discuss real-world examples from their experiences mediating cases that seem impossible to settle, due to difficult parties and attorneys. With perspectives from both plaintiff and defense, they will provide tips such as:
Webinar: Can Uncle Sam Bridge the Gap? Tax Opportunities – and Traps – in Alternative Dispute Resolution
Every large transaction has tax ramifications for the parties, and almost every transaction can benefit from some judicious planning for those consequences. In mediation, the contemplated settlement transaction is no different.
Criminal Law and Litigation MCLE Mixer
The presentation is an in depth analysis of AB 3070 and the practical application on the use of preemptory challenges and civil July trials.
2023 Litigation and Appellate Summit
Join us in San Francisco for the 2023 Litigation and Appellate Summit!