• Feb 08
    Trauma Informed Lawyering: Building Resilience for Clients and Advocates (EDU230208)
    Webinar
    Wednesday, Feb 8 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM (Eastern Standard Time)
    Register by Mail

    The training will provide an overview of trauma and the essential elements of trauma-informed care, including work-related stress stemming from exposure to trauma: burnout, secondary traumatic stress, and vicarious trauma. The Adverse Childhood Experiences study will be discussed, and participants will explore how trauma may be at the center of an individual’s work and/or personal problems, mental health challenges, substance use, physical health issues and/or criminal justice involvement.

  • Feb 16
    Stare Decisis & the New Roberts Court (EDU230216)
    Webinar (CLE Pass Eligible)
    Thursday, Feb 16 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM (Eastern Standard Time)

    The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to overrule Roe v. Wade has many questioning whether the new Roberts Court approaches stare decisis in a fundamentally different way than its predecessors. In the last five years alone, the Court has overruled major precedents and upended long-standing law running the gamut from Second Amendment rights to religious exercise. At the same time, the Court has declined opportunities to overrule other influential but deeply criticized (and polarizing) precedent. Join us for a panel discussion where leading scholars explore this tension, discuss where they see the Court heading, and offer their perspectives on what role precedent plays in that journey.

  • Feb 21
    Data Protection Assessments in the New State Consumer Privacy Laws (EYL230221)
    Webinar (CLE Pass Eligible)
    Tuesday, Feb 21 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM (Eastern Standard Time)
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    Presenters will take attendees through the new data protection assessments required in the US, starting in 2023, for certain types of data processing activities that involve data of residents in CA, CO, CT, and VA. Clients and law firms who process individuals’ personal data for certain purposes are subject to Connecticut’s Data Privacy Act and will be required to perform “data protection assessments” of certain processing activities and keep documentation of those assessments.

  • Feb 22
    Advanced MS Word for Legal Professionals - Part I (EDU230222)
    Webinar (NOT CLE Pass Eligible)
    Wednesday, Feb 22 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM (Eastern Standard Time)
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    The first issue legal users of Microsoft Word will encounter is that its default settings aren’t suitable for the purposes of a law office. The first half of this seminar will teach you how to customize Word’s interface, formatting, and automations to ensure they’re assisting you, rather than complicating your tasks.

  • Mar 01
    The New CT Data Privacy Act (ECS230301)
    Locke Lord and Virtual (CLE Pass Eligible)
    20 Church Street, 20th Floor
    Hartford

    Wednesday, Mar 1 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM (Eastern Standard Time)
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    Networking and CLE presentation. There will be a 30-minute networking session for in-person attendees from 5:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. The presentation will begin at 5:30 p.m. Learn your obligations under the Connecticut Data Privacy Act (CTDPA). Connecticut was the fifth state in the country to pass comprehensive privacy legislation. It is set to take effect on July 1, 2023. Presenters will discuss who is subject to the law and who is exempt, business obligations and consumer rights, enforcement of the Act, and how the CTDPA compares to privacy laws in California and Europe.

  • Mar 08
    Winning Your Case with a Better Memory (EDU220922)
    Grassy Hill Country Club
    441 Clark Ln
    Orange, Connecticut
    United States
    Wednesday, Mar 8 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM (Eastern Standard Time)
    Agenda

  • Mar 15
    Advanced MS Word for Legal Professionals - Part II (EDU230315)
    Webinar (NOT CLE Pass Eligible)
    Wednesday, Mar 15 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM (Eastern Daylight Time)
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    The first half of this seminar will teach you helpful ways to edit and proof documents. It will cover new features for document review, advanced copy and paste techniques, the different ways to use find and replace, and additional uses of AutoCorrect.

  • Apr 05
    Advanced MS Word for Legal Professionals - Part III (EDU230405)
    Webinar (NOT CLE Pass Eligible)
    Wednesday, Apr 5 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM (Eastern Daylight Time)
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    The first half of the seminar will teach you automation techniques you can use every day to speed up drafting. It will cover font formatting tips and ways to control headers and footers to get the formatting you want. It will address advanced page numbering techniques so that you can change the formats of the page numbering and start over at “pg. 1” anywhere in the document.

  • Apr 19
    Advanced MS Word for Legal Professionals - Part IV (EDU230419)
    Webinar (NOT CLE Pass Eligible)
    Wednesday, Apr 19 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM (Eastern Daylight Time)
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    This seminar will teach you helpful tips for creating tables of contents and tables of authority. It will cover how to generate tables of contents from the styles used in your document and how to control the formatting using table of contents’ styles. It will address how to establish your categories of citations in tables of authorities and how to “tag” a citation, so it’s pulled into a table of authorities.

  • Jun 05
    2023 Connecticut Legal Conference
    Connecticut Convention Center
    100 Columbus Blvd.
    Hartford, Connecticut
    United States
    Monday, Jun 5 7:30 AM to 7:00 PM (Eastern Daylight Time)