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Lawyers are required to keep detailed and accurate records of funds deposited into their trust (escrow and IOLTA) bank accounts. However, many lawyers do not have adequate or effective procedures to comply. This program will help.
The seminar will cover those rules pertaining to client intake, duties to prospective clients, conflicts, engagement agreements, fees, retainers, communicating with your client, confidentiality, working remotely and using technology, settlement funds, safekeeping property, as well as responsibilities of supervisory and subordinate lawyers.
Develop a well-rounded personal and professional skills tool kit as you transition from law student to seasoned practitioner with the Bridge the Gap series, presented by the Young Lawyers Section. Learn the basics of multiple practice areas; work-life balance; diversity, equity, and inclusion; and practicing ethically and with professionalism.
This training will help attorneys who provide legal services to veterans with disability and related claims before the Veterans Benefit Administration. This training is designed for accredited veterans advocates who wish to dive deeper into helping veterans—particularly veterans having difficulty accessing the VA or facing mental health issues.
How did policing start and evolve in America and what is the role that race has played in the formation and development of police departments and policing? Learn about the history of policing and join our panel to discuss the current role of race in how departments police their communities.