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Last Minute MCLE Classes Tomorrow!

By Kelly on January 26, 2018//Leave a comment

You’re getting down to the last minute for MCLE classes. The Law Library has a class at each location on tomorrow, Wednesday, January 31, to help you meet your requirements. We have a class on social media ethics at our Downtown location. Our North County location is hosting a class on successful negotiation techniques. Each…

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Last Minute MCLE Classes January 31

By Kelly on January 18, 2018//Leave a comment

You’re getting down to the last minute for MCLE classes. The Law Library has a class at each location on Wednesday, January 31, to help you meet your requirements. We have a class on social media ethics at our Downtown location. Our Vista location is hosting a class on successful negotiation techniques. Each 1 hour…

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January 31 Last Day for MCLE Classes

By Kelly on January 11, 2018//Leave a comment

MCLE Crunch Time is over January 31. The Law Library has a class at each location that Wednesday to help you meet your requirements. We have a class on social media ethics at our Downtown location. Our Vista location is hosting a class on successful negotiation techniques. Each 1 hour class is $25, but library…

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Social Media and Forensic Expert MCLE Classes

By Kelly on January 05, 2018//Leave a comment

MCLE Crunch Time is past the half-way mark. There are two classes offered this week. At our Downtown location, we have a class on how to hire a forensic expert while our Vista location is hosting an Ethics-qualifying class on social media use. Each 1 hour class is $25, but library members can save $5…

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Bias, Ethics, Mediation, Negotiation MCLE Classes

By Kelly on January 05, 2018//Leave a comment

MCLE Crunch Time is almost over. The Law Library has four classes during the last 2 weeks of January. At our Downtown location, we have classes on how bias can impact your case, divorce mediation, and social media ethics. Our Vista location is hosting a class on successful negotiation. Each 1 hour class is $25,…

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Forensic Experts and Social Media MCLE Classes

By Kelly on December 28, 2017//Leave a comment

MCLE Crunch Time is past the half-way mark. There are two classes in the second week of January. At our Downtown location, we have a class on how to hire a forensic expert while our Vista location is hosting a Ethics-qualifying class on social media use. Each 1 hour class is $25, but library members…

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New Year New MCLE Classes

By Kelly on December 21, 2017//Leave a comment

MCLE Crunch Time is reaching the half-way mark. The second week in January brings two classes. At our Downtown location, we have a class on how to hire a forensic expert while our Vista location is hosting a Ethics-qualifying class on social media use. Each 1 hour class is $25, but library members can save…

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Ethics MCLE North County Jan 19 – Social Media Ethics Traps

By Kelly on January 13, 2017//Leave a comment

Date: Thursday, January 19, 2017 Time: 12-1 p.m. Location: Vista MCLE: 1 hour ethics credit Register: online Cost: $25, $20 for members, FREE with Crunch Card   About This Class: This 1-hour DVD presentation describes numerous ethical traps which lawyers should avoid when using social media in their practices. It examines the relevant guidance from…

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Vista Legal Ethics MCLE on Social Media Ethics Today Jan 19

By Kelly on January 15, 2016//Leave a comment

Date: Tuesday, January 19, 2016 Time: 2-3 p.m. Location: North County – Vista MCLE: 1 hour Legal Ethics credit. Register: online Cost: $20   About the class: This DVD discusses ethics opinions and ethical implications of social media and lawyering.   About the speaker: This DVD for features Patrick M Conners, Esq.   About cancellation: To…

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On Tap! Why is everyone having more fun on social media?

By JohnnyZ on March 21, 2013//Leave a comment

A fascinating story in the New York Times reports that while it s generally thought that bad news is more popular in traditional media, “if it bleeds, it leads,” the opposite is the case in social media:  more social media reports involve the excitement people want to share about good news, wonderful discoveries, or advances…

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