It is MCLE crunch time for attorneys whose last names start with A-G. You have until February 1, 2019 to complete and report your 25 hours of continuing legal education. We have over 10 classes in January, including at our North County location.
Each 1 hour class is regularly $25, but there are 2 programs that can make them even more economical. Check out our MCLE yearly pass or our Discount pass. Sign up today! Keep reading your newsletter or checking the library’s calendar for new classes. All classes are Downtown and start at noon unless otherwise noted.
- January 10 – Eliminating Bias: Achieving Diversity and Inclusion (ELIMINATION OF BIAS) (North County) -This presentation covers the applicable laws governing bias and discrimination, theories of bias, and strategies for eliminating bias in the legal profession. Specific topics include: discrimination laws; theories of bias; examples of bias in the legal profession; and achieving fairness in hiring, retention, advancement, and termination. This is a DVD presentation by Louis P. DiLorenzo, Esq. It counts for participatory credit and will be repeated at the Downtown location January 23.
- January 16 – Ethics and the Difficult Client – (LEGAL ETHICS) (North County) Every lawyer encounters difficult clients. Learn about the ethical rules that can arise when dealing with a difficult client, including: scope of representation and client’s decision making authority; confidentiality of information; conflicts of interest; truthfulness in statements; and much more. This DVD presentation is valid for 1 hour of MCLE Legal Ethics Participatory Credit. This DVD was previously shown Downtown December 19, 2018.
- January 24 – Domestic Violence, Elder Abuse, and Civil Harassment Temporary Restraining Orders – (North County) – This presentation will describe the laws and procedures for obtaining Domestic Violence, Elder Abuse, and Civil Harassment Restraining Orders in San Diego County. We will discuss the process and forms used for applying for TROs, applicable codes, burdens of proof, and the process for obtaining long term restraining orders.