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2021 Ethics Homeshow: Ethics Peril! (I Can’t Believe We’re Still Doing This…): 2-Day Full Registration: Experience TBA CLE's popular Ethics tradition with Brian Faughnan of Lewis Thomason. Earn your 2 Hours of Dual (Ethics) CLE Credit before December 31.

Our presenter said that he hoped last year’s Ethics Homeshow would be the first and only, but, alas, we’re still not out of the woods.  So … we Zoom again.  However, no one (especially Brian) wants to stare at Brian’s mug on a screen for 3 hours so we’re mixing things up even more. 

For 2021, we will have two 1-hour sessions one week apart and, using a functional template created and available pursuant to a Creative Commons Attribution – Share Alike 4.0 International license, we will be playing a little game we are calling “Ethics Peril!”  For those familiar with the format, this will mean that lurking and available for discussion over the two sessions will be 6 categories of content divided up into 5 options, resulting in 30 unique topics of ethical discussion.

Unfortunately, as with another answer and question competition bearing a synonymous title, the 2021 Ethics Homeshow: Ethics Peril! also will not be hosted by LeVar Burton.

Don’t jeopardize your chance to be in on all of the fun and register for Ethics Peril! today. 

SAVE MONEY: Use the prepaid CLE credits that come with your TBA Complete Membership and save on this course. Not a TBA member? Join now to start saving.



TBA CLE Watch Party - 8 Hours of CLE; Giveaways: Presented as part of TBA’s Year End CLE, offering last minute CLE your way, join us on December 15 for a live streaming of some of TBA's most popular online courses from 2021! This is an easy way to block off a spot on your calendar and earn up to 8 hours of CLE (including ethics). Take as many or as few hours as you need. It's kind of like our event before but from the comfort of your own home or office! 

CLE Topics include:

Ethics Updates from the Board of Professional Responsibility
Legislative Updates
Law Technology and Office Management
Attorney Wellness
Diversity & Inclusion
Hybrid Law Firms 
And More!

We will also have some fun prize giveaways to get you in the holiday spirit! 

Stay tuned for more information and the final streaming and giveaway schedule.

Please note; all content is pre-recorded. All CLE can be taken online for 2021 with approved distance learning.


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Faculty Spotlight: Melanie Reid

Join Melanie for Federal Law Webcast: Analysis of U.S. v Hu on December 8.

Melanie Reid is the Associate Dean of Faculty and a professor of law at the Lincoln Memorial University Duncan School of Law. She teaches criminal law, criminal procedure, comparative law, criminal practice skills, and federal criminal law. Prior to joining LMU, Professor Reid was a trial attorney in the Narcotics and Dangerous Drug Section at the U.S. Department of Justice as well as an Assistant United States Attorney in the Southern District of Florida. Professor Reid wrote an article in the University of Miami Law Review in 2016 entitled, “A Comparative Approach to Economic Espionage: Is any nation effectively dealing with this global threat?” She received a Fulbright U.S. Scholar grant to teach U.S. criminal law and procedure at the University of Latvia Faculty of Law in Riga, Latvia in 2018. She is currently chair of the TBA’s Criminal Justice Section, vice-chair of the Federal Practice Section, and chair of the ABA’s Rule of Law Initiative (ABA ROLI) Central European and Eurasian Law Initiative Council.