This annual staple offers tips and updates in diverse areas of law, designed to be relevant to a wide range of practice areas.
Today’s law practice is aided, if not driven, by technology tools. This course will identify some of the common, often hard-to-spot pitfalls for the otherwise-ethical lawyer who uses these tools and provide strategies for avoiding problems.
To be competitive (and profitable) in the marketplace for legal services, law firms must embrace certain technologies. Clients expect it, the Rules of Professional Responsibility require it, and it’s more user-friendly than ever. This presentation will show you what technology you need and DIY implementation. Some topics discussed by the speaker include: cloud computing, document creation, document storage, communicating with clients, billing, and future technology.
This session will cover the basics of prosecuting and defending a Petition to Terminate Parental Rights. Some topics the speaker will discuss include the types of TPRs, jurisdiction and venue, burden-content and grounds, and prosecuting or defending TPRs.
Law firm chatbots, often launched from website homepages, truly engage consumers, and provide a conversational intake solution that allows law firms to convert more leads. In this course you will hear from Jared Correia of Gideon Legal about chatbots and their features. He will discuss why chatbots are essential for client intake and collecting data to make better decisions.
This program will feature an overview of the arbitration process. The program will help you gain a basic understanding of arbitration and why it is used as an alternative to litigation or mediation in order to resolve a dispute. The speaker will discuss the differences between arbitration and litigation, as well as cases eligible for arbitration, and the arbitration framework.
Can I just do a quitclaim deed?
Why you can’t, and other things that the general practitioner should know about real estate law.
In this course the speaker will discuss topics including how to make sure property transfers in a divorce decree, how to properly bring real property into an estate via a will, and how to add a little real estate law into your practice.