Sunday, June 08, 2008

LBA CLE: Annual Nuts & Bolts of Family Law Seminar CLE on Friday June 13

Annual Nuts & Bolts of Family Law Seminar CLE
Friday, June 13
9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Please join the LBA as we welcome Hugh W. Barrow, III, Christopher M. Harrell, Janice M. Lintner, Sarah J. Nielsen, Olu A. Stevens, Mason L. Trenaman and Louis I. Waterman to the Bar Center as presenters for this popular CLE seminar.


This annual seminar is a valuable update for family law practitioners and those who are considering a practice in family law. The speakers will discus the policies and procedures needed to take a case from client interview to the final decree, as well as provide helpful tips on keeping your case simple and moving to a quick resolution.

This program is approved for 6.5 credits including 1.0 ethics credits. Up to 10 LBA members can attend this seminar FREE of charge by agreeing to represent two Legal Aid Society clients, pro bono, in their domestic relations matters.

For a complete list of topics, information or to register, click here or contact the LBA at (502) 583-5314 or lmaddox@loubar.org.

LBA CLE: Here's a list of upcoming CLEs with the LBA for those in need of some hours!


Click here for details or to register.


Monday, June 9 - Self-Regulation...(6/9) (Ethics)

Tuesday, June 10 - Mediation: Different Strokes...(6/10)

Wednesday, June 11 - Hot Topics and Ethical Issues...(6/11)

Thursday, June 12 - Breaking Barriers...(6/12)


Thursday, June 12 - ALA Vendor Show- Ethics(6/12)

Friday, June 13 - Nuts & Bolts of Family Law w/ethic(6/13)


Monday, June 16 - CLE By the Hour (6/16)

Tuesday, June 17 - IP Section Day-Long CLE (w/ethics)(6/17)

Wednesday, June 18 - Reverse Mortgages...(6/18)

Thursday, June 19 - National Spk: Get Organized w/Ethics6/19

Friday, June 20 - Mental Health Considerations...(6/20)

Monday, June 23 - The Nuts & Bolts of ERISA ethics..(6/23)

Tuesday, June 24 - Estate Planning at Poolside...(6/24)

Wednesday, June 25 - Bankruptcy Law for Familyw/ethics (6/25)

Thursday, June 26 - Ethics: KY's Proposed Rules...(6/26)

Friday, June 27 - Baby Boomers v. Generations X & Y(6/27)

Monday, June 30 - Decoding the Kentucky Constitution(6/30)

LBA CLE: Practical Time Management for Lawyers Thursday, June 19, 2008 @ 9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

National Speaker CLE Get Organized and Get Things Done!:

Practical Time Management for Lawyers Thursday, June 19 9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Join the LBA as we welcome attorney and nationally-renowned productivity consultant Irwin D. Karp, Productive Time, to the Bar Center for this fast-paced and very informative program.

This seminar will provide you with practical strategies and techniques to aid in managing your daily workload and schedule in order to meet your deadlines with less stress. The discussion will include how to:

* Take control of your day with effective planning and scheduling
* Manage competing demands with a minimum of stress
* Handle time wasters and interruptions that drain productivity
* Eliminate clutter and manage information overload - including all of that email
* Set up files to find things - when you need them
* Delegate, communicate, and use support staff more effectively

   This program is approved for 6.0 credits, including 1.0 ethics credits.

   For more information or to register, click here or contact the CLE department at (502) 583-5314 or lmaddox@loubar.org.

Thursday, May 01, 2008

LBA CLE: "Diversity in Law Firms" Thurs. May 8, 2008 @ 3-6 pm

The LBA is proud to host the annual Black History Month program featuring nationally renowned speaker Arin N. Reeves of The Athens Group.
(this program was re-scheduled from an earlier February date)

Reeves will speak on the importance of diversity in the legal profession and the various methods for recruiting and retaining minority lawyers. Additionally, she will discuss how Louisville can compete against some of the nation's larger cities for minority law school graduates.

Immediately following the program, a ceremony will be held to honor Judge Denise Clayton, this year's recipient of the Justice William E. McAnulty Jr. Trailblazer Award.

Reservations are encouraged. For additional information or to register, Click Here or contact Marisa Motley via e-mail at mmotley@loubar.org or by calling (502) 583-5314.

Where: Bar Center (600 W. Main St.)
Cost: Free and open to the public.

Wednesday, March 05, 2008

CLE: "Using Technology in Today's Law Practice" March 14 @ Louisville

The Kentucky Justice Association is sponsoring this seminar, and the presenters are first class.  The ADOBE presentation should be worth the price of admission alone.  I just watched a demonstration of the new Adobe 8 Professional, and it is incredible!

Friday, March 14, 2008
Downtown Marriott, Louisville, Ky.
7 CLE Hours (includes 1 Hour of Ethics)
Program Chair: Finis Price, III

For more info: Contact Ellen Sykes, Director of Education at (502) 339-8890.

The rapid growth in electronic documents and the high percentage of data that exists only in electronic form makes electronic discovery crucial for lawyers. Using the right technology is crucial for managing the volume of electronic documents in litigation today. Find out how you can put technology to work to enhance your success.

You will:

  • Hear how you can use blogs for marketing, research and communication with clients and peers, and hear about the ethical considerations you need to know.
  • Find out about the various technologies that can help practitioners be more productive and more efficient.
  • Learn how to tackle those mountains of paper and begin the process of creating a paperLESS office.
  • Hear how Adobe Acrobat has become a necessity for firms in today's age of technology.
  • Discover how technology can help you in litigation.

Seminar Details
Location:  Downtown Marriott, Louisville, Ky.
Date:       Friday, March 14, 2008
Price:      KJA Member — $235
Price:      New Lawyer Member (under 5 years) — $155
              Barrister's Club Member — $118
              Support Staff Member (non-lawyer) — $155
              Professional Affiliate Member — $235
              Legislators, Judges, Member Law Students,
              Advocate's, President's Club Members — Free

The actual topics are below the fold, but the presenters are:

Finis Price who does the TechnoEsq.com Blog. (http://www.technoesq.com)

Ed Brutscher who edits the Kentucky Tort and Insurance Law Journal.

Grant Griffiths is nationally known and has his blog for family law. Click here.

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Monday, March 03, 2008

LBA CLE: 17th Annual Domestic Relations Update - Friday, March 14

The Family Law Section is pleased to present its 17th Annual Domestic Relations Update. Decisions handed down by the Kentucky Supreme Court and the Kentucky Court of Appeals during the 2007 calendar year will be reviewed. A panel discussion will follow as time permits. For more information or to register visit LBA online CLE Calendar. To contact the CLE department call (502) 583-5314 or lmaddox@loubar.org.

Sunday, November 11, 2007

CLE: Upcoming CLE's from LBA for week of Nov. 12, 2007

Click here for details or to register.

Tuesday, November 13 - Environmental Justice(11/13)

Thursday, November 15 - Civility & Professionalism-Ethics(11/15)

Wednesday, November 07, 2007

LBA CLE: "Maximizing Recovery in Brain Injury Cases"

Join the Litigation Section as it presents "Maximizing Recovery in Brain Injury Cases" on Friday, November 9 at the Bar Center from Noon - 3:15 p.m.

For more details and registration info, click here.

This program will help attorneys recognize when they are dealing with a client who has suffered a traumatic brain injury (TBI) - particularly the "mild" type where the deficits may be mostly cognitive and therefore more difficult to detect. Attorneys will also learn what experts to consult and what evaluations should be arranged for the client in order to fully develop the damages claim in a TBI case. Most important, attorneys will gain insight into how even a "mild" TBI can profoundly impact a client's life and work and how to communicate that impact to a jury.

Speaker: Thomas E. Sullivan, Ph.D.
Dr. Sullivan has provided extensive neuropsychological evaluations and psychotherapeutic services to both children and adults. He has also served as a consultant to the National Football League and American Hockey League assessing head-injured players and determining when they are capable of returning to play.

Wednesday, August 22, 2007

LBA CLE: Venue Change for seminary location on sports liability in context of sovereign immunity

VENUE CHANGE! NEW LOCATION: LBA, 600 W. MAIN STREET

Sports Liability in Both the Context of Sovereign Immunity and Beyond!

Join the LBA & University of Louisville as we present "Sports Liability in Both the Context of Sovereign Immunity and Beyond!" at the Louisville Bar Association. Immediately following will be a networking reception hosted by the University of Louisville.

This seminar will focus strictly on Kentucky sovereign immunity. In Kentucky the doctrine of sovereign immunity is alive and was doing extremely well before the case of Yanero v. Davis, 65 S.W. 3d 510 (Ky. 2001). That case held, in part, that individual government employees performing ministerial functions (like driving a car or coaching a baseball team) are not protected by sovereign immunity and can be sued for their torts. That was not possible before Yanero.

This seminar will study Yanero and the holdings of numerous other cases from the Kentucky appellate courts that have analyzed Yanero and its systematic reconstruction of Kentucky sovereign immunity.

The seminar should be provocative insofar as its speakers will discuss whether sports are properly considered educational activities or not, or properly governmental activities or not, both of which were issues before the court in Yanero---and how that makes a difference as to the sovereign immunity of the coaches or other entities sponsoring sports activities in Kentucky.

Speakers include:
A. Thomas Johnson, Attorney at Law
Hays Lawson, Pedley Zielke Gordinier & Pence

Cancellation Policy:

All cancellations must be received by the LBA 24 hours in advance to receive a credit or refund. Cancellations received the day of the event will require payment for lunch (where applicable).

Wednesday, August 08, 2007

LBA CLE: 15 Years of Mediation: What We’ve Learned and What We Haven’t Learned for Aug. 21

Join the LBA and guest speakers Hon. Stephen George, Tony Belak, and attorneys Carol Paisley and William L. Hoge III for “15 Years of Mediation: What We’ve Learned and What We Haven’t Learned.”

This seminar will give a brief overview of the evolution of mediation in family law, examine some potential problems that can arise in mediation and how to prepare for and address those problems.

Topics include: History of Mediation and Where We Are Going,

ABA

- ADR Standards, Lying/Puffing/Misrepresentations, Written Agreements, Lack of Boilerplate, Professional Liability and Preparing for Mediation, and much more!


For details or to register visit our online CLE Calendar (15 Years of Mediation) or contact the CLE department at 583-5314 or lmaddox@loubar.org.

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