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On Demand Webinar Library

 Listed below are SU Law's Audio and Video CLE webinars that are available for purchase. AV CLE Credits are self-reported. You can report AV credits by accessing your "My WSBA" page or contacting WSBA.

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Ethics Programs

A selection of ethics programs from past years, especially featuring Professors John Strait and David Boerner, nationally known ethics experts. 

2017 Supreme Court Watch - In the Age of Trump

In ​the ​9th ​annual ​presentation ​of ​this ​popular ​seminar, ​Professor ​Andrew ​Siegel, ​nationally ​recognized ​constitutional ​law ​expert ​and ​former ​law ​clerk ​to ​Justice ​John ​Paul ​Stevens, ​will ​lead ​a ​slate ​of ​local ​and ​national ​appellate ​attorneys ​and ​professors ​through ​an ​analysis ​of ​the ​major ​issues ​that ​will ​occupy ​the ​federal ​courts ​in ​the ​foreseeable ​future. ​The ​program ​will ​focus ​on ​the ​stream ​of ​constitutional ​challenges ​filed ​or ​contemplated ​in ​response ​to ​the ​presidency ​of ​Donald ​Trump, ​as ​well ​as ​cases ​accepted ​for ​cert ​in ​the ​October ​2017 ​term. 

2017 Health Law - The Shifting Landscape

The Health Law Certificate program is designed to broaden your knowledge and deepen your ability to engage health law issues. This three day program was designed by experienced practitioners who know the most relevant and important topics in engaging important and emerging areas of Health Law. The 2017 program will address the shifting landscape of health law and how you can best serve your client in an uncertain legislative and regulatory future. 

2017 Intellectual Property

An innovative and cutting edge look at intellectual property, approached in three-stages. Part 1 takes an in-depth look at IP basics. Part 2 of the program addresses practical applications of IP with a focus on businesses and issues most relevant to the Northwest. Finally Part 3 addresses new laws, direction of IP and most importantly IP enforcement issues. 

2017 Cyber-Security - A Practical Guide

Led by Chairperson Gavin Skok of Fox Rothschild, this CLE is a practical and not-too-technical guide for counsel, focusing on real-world and practical situations that you will need to address for your clients including the critical issues of privacy and cyber-risk. Panels consist of: in-house counsel, outside counsel, regulators, a CIO, and even a tech reporter from Geekwire. The program has three primary “units” that provide you with: (1) an overview of regulatory issues (including FTC regulation, NIST, cross-border issues, and financial regulatory issues), (2) minimizing risk in day-to-day operations (including through vendor contracting/management and insurance), and (3) emerging tech and new risks. 

2017 Current Status of the ACA and Healthcare

An important panel discussion on both policy and practice issues. 

2017 Defender Conference

The promises of the Gault and Gideon decisions remain only partially fulfilled. Six weeks into a new federal administration, we will review how we can more fully implement the right to counsel, focusing on issues affecting juveniles and young adults. We will discuss how to use in daily defender practice some of the major developments in understanding how young people think; how to address issues of race in representing defender clients; and new ideas in diversion as well as the Council on Public Defense Proposed Juvenile Performance Guidelines. 

2017 Low Bono Conference

Many people are priced out of the justice system. 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. 

2016 Programs


2015 Programs

Programs from the 2015 calendar year, ranging from legal project management to Ebola and employment law. 

2014 Programs

Seminars from the 2014 calendar year, ranging from Supreme Court decisions to public defense. 

2013 Programs

Seminars from the 2013 calendar year, covering ethics, the new marijuana law, and practice management. 

Practice Management Programs

These courses provide guidance for business development and managing your practice in the 21st century. 

2015 Indian Law – Building Business in Indian Country

A faculty from the Northwest and around the nation provides in-depth analysis of the Governance of Business Entities-Best Options and Their Consequences; Building in Indian Country: Understanding and Successfully Navigating Construction Contracts; The Art of the Deal in Indian Country: Effective Negotiation, Mediation and Arbitration Options, Skills, Tactics and Strategies; Land Acquisition for Gaming On and Off-Reservation in the Era of Carcieri and Patchak; and, Powering your Business: Developing Constructing and Financing Alternative Energy Projects in Indian Country. 

2014 Tribal Government Business Law Programs

Tribal Governmental Business Law was the focus for the 2014 Summer Practice Academy's Indian Law Certificate Program. The five-session program was spread over two and a half days from June 25 through June 27, 2014 and included sessions on labor and employment law, supreme court barriers to land acquisition, energy development, internet gaming, and trends and developments in taxation. These webinars may be purchased individually or in a five-session package.