This package includes everything you need to know for the General or Solo practitioner and/or a wide range of topics for any practice area. Topics include:
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In this presentation Attorney Ben Raybin will discuss the legislative procedure for new Bills. He will review these new Bills and/or the Amendments to existing laws. Some of the Legislation reviewed includes: Sentencing, Sex Offenses, DUI, Domestic Violence, Drugs, and Miscellaneous items.
This presentation is for Solo/Small firms who want to compete with the big boys by leveraging technology. This presentation will show you how a tech-driven firm works, from phone to email to document and case management. Attorney Sean Martin will show you a trick to save you from email hell and monetize all those texts you get/receive from your clients.
If you have a client that is older or one who is incapacitated and need help with financial and personal affairs, then this program is for you. Attorney Judy Oxford will discuss Conservatorship basics. Some of the topics she will go over include: Petition for appointment of conservator, Fiduciary, and Doctor’s report.
Judge Sheila Calloway will discuss what goes on in the Nashville Juvenile court building. Judge Calloway will discuss the cases what she and nine Magistrates hear. The cases include: Parentage, Child Support, Neglect and Dependency, Status Offense Cases, Juvenile Delinquency, and Special Dockets.
According to the National Association of Estate Planners & Councils, it is estimated that more than half of all Americans do not have an up-to-date estate plan. In this presentation, Attorney Ashley Stearns will give you a roadmap to follow when estate planning issues come up with your clients. The presentation will begin with an introduction to documents every client should have. Estate planning basics and complex considerations will be provided.
Are you uncomfortable about, or maybe need a refresher regarding practicing the Federal Court System? Kyle Wilson from the US Attorney’s Office provides an overview, discussing civil jurisdiction and removal, responsive pleadings and remand, initial appearance/arraignment, civil discovery, trial and pleas, sentencing and appeal.
Whether you handle appeals regularly or need an overview of the appellate procedure, this program is for you. The speaker will discuss. Topics U.S. Attorney William Roach addresses rules and guidelines for the appeal process, including jurisdiction, notice of appeal, consulting Rules, briefs, oral arguments and panel rehearing.
In this presentation Judge Brandon Gibson will discuss effective advocacy in the Appellate Court. Some of the practice pointers the Judge will discuss include: The Record, Your Brief, Oral Argument, E-filling, and Sealed Records.
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