Continuing Legal Education

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Continuing Legal Education
901 12th Avenue, Sullivan Hall 209
P.O. Box 222000
Seattle, WA 98122-1090
(206) 398-4281
cle@seattleu.edu

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Programs

Seattle University School of Law is pleased to announce the following Continuing Legal Education programs.

Upcoming Programs for Spring 2017

The Money Barrier: First Annual Low Bono Conference

February 24, 2017 • 6.0 Law and Legal CLE Credits pending
Low Bono is the principle of increasing access to law-related services for people of moderate means. The WSBA Low Bono Section is a community of lawyers, law students, and other professionals who are committed to learning about, providing, and promoting, low bono services. This conference offers attorneys strategies and tools for over-coming "The Money Barrier", so you can run a successful law firm, that meets the needs of these potential clients and helps eliminate the justice gap at the same time.

Jury Selection and Voir Dire

March 16-17, 2017 10.5 Law and Legal CLE Credits
To be an effective and persuasive presence in the courtroom is the goal of every Trial Attorney. In fact having a strong and constructive presence is important for all attorneys. Knowledge of the law and experience are not enough. Come and listen to Kimberly White as she empowers attorneys through dynamic and cutting edge techniques that are critical for a "superb presence". Ms. White is one of only 200 world-wide teachers trained and certified by Master Teacher Kristin Linklater in her premiere voice method, Freeing the Natural Voice. Ms. White recently was faculty on the Seattle Public Defenders Training Academy. In March she co-presented with Joshua Karton at the Women's Advocacy Project in San Francisco.

Persuasive Power and Presence in the Courtroom

March 24, 2017 3.0 Other CLE Credits pending
To be an effective and persuasive presence in the courtroom is the goal of every Trial Attorney. In fact having a strong and constructive presence is important for all attorneys. Knowledge of the law and experience are not enough. Come and listen to Kimberly White as she empowers attorneys through dynamic and cutting edge techniques that are critical for a "superb presence". Ms. White is one of only 200 world-wide teachers trained and certified by Master Teacher Kristin Linklater in her premiere voice method, Freeing the Natural Voice. Ms. White recently was faculty on the Seattle Public Defenders Training Academy. In March she co-presented with Joshua Karton at the Women's Advocacy Project in San Francisco.

Promoting Civility in the Legal Profession in Tuscany, Italy

April 29-May 7, 2017 • 22.0 Law and Legal and 8 Ethics CLE Credits, pending

Sold out - for waiting list information contact Genevieve Geiger at willia83@seattleu.edu