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Join the Board of Professional Responsibility's Laura Chastain as she reviews the latest Ethics Updates for 2020.
As a part of the Court Square Virtual Series, join Government Affairs Director, Berkley Schwarz, as she discusses the latest updates on legislation affecting lawyers from the most recent session of the TN General Assembly.
Presented at TBA's Annual Convention 2020, join professor and esteemed author Larry Krieger, TLAP counselor Lindsey O'Connell and the TBA's Attorney Well Being Committee as they guide you through the path to well-being, the key to happiness and equip you with powerful tools and strategies to become a more productive, healthy lawyer.
Findings from Research Regarding Happiness: Larry Krieger
Mindfulness for Lawyers: Lindsey O’Connell
How to Control Stress: Lindsey O’Connell
Live Panel and Q&A discussion on Attorney Well Being and Challenges during the Pandemic: Julie Sandine, Adam Hill, Brigid Caldwell, Jackie Dixon and Shyanne Riddle.
This year, risk management and ethics is more crucial than ever! Chris Stiegemeyer is back to test your knowledge of recent malpractice and ethics issues in this annual program.
Focus on law firm risk management processes, applying common business risk analysis tools and will review professional rules of misconduct in the context of issues of explicit or implicit bias, diversity, inclusion, or cultural competency.
Take away essential skills to bulletproof your practice and how you can better balance concentration on your clients and the day-to-day operation of your firm.
As remote work and virtual communications continue into 2021, our ability to communicate in a virtual environment is an important professional skill for attorneys. We want to deliver a clear and concise message, whether we’re leading a meeting, speaking in a virtual courtroom, or presenting at a conference.
Led by Mimi Bliss of Bliss Communications, an experienced TV reporter and executive presentation skills coach, this interactive virtual workshop will focus on the core skills needed for effective virtual meetings and presentations. We’ll cover how to:
Speak On Camera. Techniques for lighting, background, gestures, eye contact and voice.
Sharpen Your Message. Attention spans are shorter in virtual meetings. We’ll focus on how to connect with your audience with your first sentence, reduce filler words, and communicate more information in less time.
Engage Your Audience. “Block” your information, be an active facilitator, and use tech tools like White Board, Polling and Breakout Rooms to improve interaction in virtual meetings.
You can watch Mimi’s tips for virtual meetings and public speaking at mimibliss.com/blog or check out a sneak peek below!
This presentation provides information designed to help lawyers and all of us avoid bias in our decisions and to better respond to allegations of bias from clients or other third parties. Learn how to confront Implicit Bias and utilize exercises that help us reveal biases to better understand its impact on the decision-making process.
The participants will also gain an understanding of Microaggressions, the issues they cause and receive tools for improving cross-cultural communication organizationally and individually.
Negotiation in the world of the law is about one thing. Power. But how does one wield that power? Join the CLE Performer, Stuart Teicher, Esq., as he reveals his 3-step process for becoming a powerful legal negotiator.
How do you as a lawyer working remotely meet your ethical duties of competence, confidentiality and supervision? And how do you make sure your tech systems are secure?
This one-hour program — sponsored by Attorney's Insurance Mutual of the South — looks at model ethics rules applicable to the remote environment and the realities of cybersecurity, including how to recognize phishing emails, how to avoid ransomware attacks and how to protect electronic devices. Birmingham lawyer J.S. Chris Christie with Sirote & Permutt PC digs into the specifics with actual examples of security compromises and provides recommendations for protecting yourself and your firm.