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Recent Webinars Available on SDLL YouTube Channel

By Valerie on July 13, 2020//Leave a comment

We have been overwhelmed (in a good way) by the attendance for our free webinars. And, since they have been so popular, we have been scheduling as many as we can. But, we know that you are busy and may not be able to make every one of our webinars. So, with the permission of the presenters, we have been able to add them to our YouTube Channel. This means that you can access them whenever it is convenient for you.

 

This week we uploaded three webinars to our YouTube:

  • Competency and the Practice of Law/Implicit Bias v. Microaggression: Aired July 10, 2020 

The first part of this program is entitled, “Implicit Bias v. MicroAggression.” Presenter Ray English, Assistant Dean at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, Arizona State University, defines the terms implicit bias and microaggression, and describes the empirical research that suggests implicit biases are wide spread, and can coexist with explicitly avowed anti-racist and tolerant attitudes.

In the second part of the presentation, San Diego County Attorney Phoenix Coverly presents on compentency and the practice of law. During this part of the program participants explore the impact of substance abuse and mental health issues in the practice of law.

 

  • Legal Resources Available from HomeOriginally Aired on July 8, 2o20 

In this presentation, our reference librarian talks you through all of the legal resources that are available from the comfort of your home or office. This includes legal clinics that are currently meeting, recordings of previous webinars, ways to submit your reference requests, free document delivery, and databases available remotely.

 

  • Legal Research Using CEB Pro OnlineOriginally Aired on May 20, 2020

In this presentation, our reference librarian discusses the resources available through remote access to the CEB Pro database. CEB Pro is made available by San Diego Law Library for a free thirty day trial through July 31, 2020.

 

These webinars are  just a few of the many resources that we have made available to help you with your legal issues during the COVID-19 crisis. Check out our ClassesLegal Databases, and COVID-19 Legal Issues pages for more information! If you have any questions about our webinars or accessing our legal databases, please contact us via email or telephone for more information or assistance.

 

 

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2 Comments

  1. Marguerite Battersby

    Just wondering if we can get MCLE credit for viewing the archived webinars????

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    • Gina

      Thanks for your question! Yes, you can get self-study credit for viewing the recorded MCLE programs on our YouTube Channel. Click on the video description for details on our provider number. You will need to document the title of the webinar, the date, the speaker, the amount and kind of credit, and the Law Library’s name with the provider number for your records with the State Bar of California.

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