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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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A selection of ethics programs from past years, especially featuring Professors John Strait and David Boerner, nationally known ethics experts.
Public Defense in Washington has made enormous strides over the past decades but many challenges remain as well as new challenges emerging. The Defender Initiative Conference on Public Defense is an important opportunity for defenders and public defense advocates to review cutting edge proposals and gain inspiration from the keynote speaker, Jeff Robinson, former defender.
With presenters from the State Supreme Court and the Appeals Courts, along with top educators, and experienced practitioners, Program Chair Ken Masters and Professor Laurel Oates have created an amazing program on the Essentials of Persuasion for legal writing. Hear from the judiciary on what they see as the most convincing written arguments, listen to senior professors as they discuss cutting edge issues in legal writing and persuasion, and gain insight from the WSBA Chief Disciplinary Counsel on the ethics involved in putting your legal line of reasoning down on paper.
Two of the most respected and engaging presenters on ethics in Washington State again provide their highly rated and engaging practice-based discussion on ethics. The discussion will cover your practice and provide important guidance in assuring you are following the ethics rules.
Opioid abuse and homeless are at a public health crisis in King County, Washington State and throughout our nation. Come join Seattle University School of Law, the Washington Center for Nursing and the Seattle University School of Nursing as they present an important program in the areas of public health, prescription opioid abuse, homelessness and advocacy.
What does technology mean for innovating, expanding, and developing your legal practice? This program will provide you resources and tools for integrating 21st century technology into your firm website: tools to collect and triage information about your client and their case; hands-on experience with Chatbots and legal AI apps; feedback from other attorneys on how technology has impacted their own practices; and important ethical understanding of how these tools impact how you can and should deliver legal services online.
In this foundational and practical steps program speaker Vincent T. Nappo will address: effective use of Interrogatories and Effective Requests for Documents addressing: Discovery, objections, motions to compel and instructions and definitions for interrogatories and more. 2017 Low Bono CLE Connections Series is pleased to bring this program for all lawyers to you.
This popular program returns with the most up-to-date information on important matters impacting the Cannabis Industry in Washington State, including employment issues, tax update, issues in I.P.; Food and Beverage Law; trends in litigation; etc. New for this year will also be a session on the Industry Perspective: Legal Services from the Viewpoint of a Client panel. This program will be rich in information, discussion and valuable perspectives to assist you in your practice.
Expert Witnesses are a critical component of many cases. In partnership with the Pacific Northwest Network of Forensic Expert Witnesses you will receive a comprehensive and in-depth program on the use of expert witnesses, issues in credibility, ethics and how to have your witnesses be most effective.
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.
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.
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.
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.
An important panel discussion on both policy and practice issues.
Programs from the 2015 calendar year, ranging from legal project management to Ebola and employment law.
Seminars from the 2014 calendar year, ranging from Supreme Court decisions to public defense.
Seminars from the 2013 calendar year, covering ethics, the new marijuana law, and practice management.
These courses provide guidance for business development and managing your practice in the 21st century.
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.
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.