Upcoming CLE Video Replays in Asheville

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February 22 – MCB Family Law Potpourri – What Judges Want Family Lawyers to Know about Drafting Orders; NC Uniform Power of Attorney Act; Ethics; & Substance Abuse
6.Hrs incl 1.0 Ethics/Professional Responsibility and 1.0 Substance Abuse/Mental Health
Tuition: $295

February 25-26 — MCB 2018 Annual Review
CLE: 12.0 hours incl 2.0 Ethics/Professional Responsibility and 1.0 Substance Abuse/Mental Health
Tuition: $495 or $300 per day

February 27 — NCADA Doing What’s Right: Ethics & Substance Abuse
CLE: 3.0 hours including 2.0 Ethics/Professional Responsibility and 1.0 Substance Abuse/Mental Health. Tuition: NCADA Member: $165; Non-Member: $185

February 27 — NCADA Things You Need to Know: Civil Law Updates and Digital Age Issues
CLE: 3.5 hours incl .75 Ethics/Professional Responsibility. Tuition: NCADA Member: $165; Non-Member: $185

For more information, please contact Sally Davis at Tar Heel Seminars – 252-567-3053 or tarheelseminars@gmail.com

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Making the Most of Mediation: Achieving Results for Your Client – 5-Hour Live CLE

Friday, February 22, 2019
9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Western Carolina University – Asheville Campus at Biltmore Park
28 Schenck Pkwy #100, Asheville
$299 registration / $265 early bird (lunch included)
https://makingthemostofmediation_feb19.eventbrite.com

(pending NC State Bar Approval)

Contact:
828.251.6089
proth@mrglawfirm.com

Upcoming CLE Video Replays in Asheville

Upcoming CLE Video Replays in Asheville!

Comfort Suites Outlet Center, 890 Brevard Rd.

 

January 25 – NCBA You’ve Got to Be Crazy to Do This: Working With Mental Health Professionals and Disordered Clients (Fall Family Law CLE)

6.Hrs incl 1.0 Substance Abuse/Mental Health

Tuition:  NCBA Member:  $330  Non-Member:  $395

 

February 7-8 – NCBA 2018 Annual Review

CLE:  12.0 hours incl 2.0 Ethics/Professional Responsibility and 1.0 Substance Abuse/Mental Health

Tuition:  NCBA Member: $540                   Non-Member:  $650

 

February 22 – MCB Family Law Potpourri – What Judges Want Family Lawyers to Know about Drafting Orders; NC Uniform Power of Attorney Act; Ethics; & Substance Abuse

6.Hrs incl 1.0 Ethics/Professional Responsibility and 1.0 Substance Abuse/Mental Health

Tuition:  $295

 

February 25-26 — MCB 2018 Annual Review

CLE:  12.0 hours incl 2.0 Ethics/Professional Responsibility and 1.0 Substance Abuse/Mental Health

Tuition:  $495 or $300 per day

 

February 27 — NCADA Doing What’s Right: Ethics & Substance Abuse

CLE:  3.0 hours including 2.0 Ethics/Professional Responsibility and 1.0 Substance Abuse/Mental Health

Tuition:  NCADA Member: $165; Non-Member: $185

 

February 27 — NCADA Things You Need to Know: Civil Law Updates and Digital Age Issues

CLE:  3.5 hours incl .75 Ethics/Professional Responsibility

Tuition: NCADA Member: $165; Non-Member: $185

 

For more information, please contact Sally Davis at Tar Heel Seminars – 252-567-3053 or tarheelseminars@gmail.com

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Family Law From the Trenches CLE

This CLE allows attorneys to sharpen their family law skills in four areas — equitable distribution, child custody, juvenile court and domestic violence — with local experts in each area. This continuing legal education seminar is $75 for local Bar members, and $150 for out-of-district attorneys. The seminar will be held in the Starnes Conference Room of the Van Winkle Law firm on January 25, 2019. Click here to sign up.

Agenda:

9 – 10am          Equitable Distribution – Jim Siemens

10 – 11am        Child Custody – Janet Amburgey

11:15-12:15pm   Juvenile Court – Jason Gast & Marion Parsons

1pm – 2pm     Domestic Violence Law – Sara Player  (This hour is free, and serves as training for those attorneys willing to take a pro bono case for the Mountain Area Volunteer Lawyers program with Pisgah Legal Services.

Pending approval of four general hours from the NC State Bar CLE Board.

Creating a Litigation Advantage Through Proper Discovery CLE

This CLE is aimed at attorneys who want to obtain better results through focused discovery.  Seasoned practitioners will provide an overview on getting the most out of written discovery, and how narrow requests can eliminate issues or otherwise focus a case for trial.  Presenters will discuss strategies for preparing your witness for depositions and tips on how to deal with a difficult witness or opposing counsel. Attendees will also learn how to address difficult issues dealing with electronic discovery.

This continuing legal education seminar is $75 for local Bar members, and $150 for out-of-district attorneys. The seminar will be held in the Starnes Conference Room of the Van Winkle Law firm on January 17, 2019. Click here to sign up.

Agenda:

9-10am — Written Discovery — Katherine Langley

10-11am – E-Discovery — David Wilkerson

11:15am–12:15pm – Depositions — Mark Kurdys

Pending approval of three general hours from the NC State Bar CLE Board.