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Creating and Managing Productive Relationships in Mediation - Practical and Ethical Considerations:

November CLE and CME Series:

Creating and Managing Productive Relationships in Mediation - Practical and Ethical Considerations
CME Credit: 1 hour Mediation Ethics
CLE Credit: 1 hour Dual/Ethics

Modern Law Practice Series: Online Dispute Resolution’s Influence on the Practice of Law
CME Credit: 3 hours Mediation Ethics
CLE Credit: 3 hours Dual/Ethics

Mediation in Juvenile Court
CME Credit: 1 hour General Mediation/Family Law
CLE Credit: 1 hour General

EEOC's New Rules on Employer Wellness Programs (Effective Jan. 1, 2017): Do you sponsor a wellness program for your employees? This session covers the EEOC's new rules on what incentive employers may provide to employees who provide medical information as part of a wellness program under the Americans with Disabilities Act. These new rules take effect January 1, 2017.

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Faculty Spotlight: Sarah Sheppeard

Sarah Y. Sheppeard is a shareholder with Lewis, Thomason, King, Krieg and Waldrop, PC. and is a past president of the Knoxville Bar Association. She is a graduate of the University of Tennessee College of Law, where she was a member of the Tennessee Law Review. She has served the TBA in various roles, most recently on the Board of Governors. In 2010 she received the TBA President's Award for her role as Reporter to the Task Force on Judicial Conduct Rules. In 2014 she received the Knoxville Bar Association Governors' Award, which is that organization's highest honor. She frequently presents CLE programs.