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Program Spotlight

Windows 10: What is Different for the Law Firm?:

Get a comprehensive look at Windows 10, comparing Windows 7 to Windows 10 for law firms and law firm applications. Topics in the Windows 10: What is Different for the Law Firm include daily operations, security and new functionality of Windows 10.

Other technology courses include:

Protecting Law Firms Against Cybercrimes, Cyber Attacks, Phishing and Ransomware
Be informed about these and other threats facing your law firm and how to effectively manage your firm's legal and ethical cybersecurity risks.

Digital Forensics in Murder Cases
Learn about how computers, cell phones, global positioning systems, email and other evidence can be used both to prosecute and defend these types of cases.

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Criminal Law: Case Law Update: If you missed our annual criminal and disability law forum, you can still access sessions online.

Criminal Law Forum 
Criminal Law: Legislative Update
Criminal Law: Search & Seizure
Criminal Law: Case Law Update

Disability Law Forum 
Disability Law: Initial Client Consultation
Disability Law: ADA Accessibility and Effective Communication
Disability Law: Ethics

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Faculty Spotlight: Nancy Choate

Nancy obtained her Doctor of Jurisprudence from Vanderbilt University School of Law in 1987. She is a member of the Tennessee Bar Association, (Elder Law, Estate Planning, and Probate sections), National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA) and the Madison County Bar Association. Nancy has received a Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Rating of AV Preeminent from her fellow lawyers. She is also a Master of the American Inn of Court, Jackson, Tennessee chapter, a legal mentoring organization dedicated to achieving higher levels of excellence and furthering the practice of law with dignity and integrity. Nancy is a frequent speaker on the subject of Estate Planning and Probate and Elder Law to senior adults and other select groups as well as business and financial professionals.