Seattle University School of Law is pleased to announce the following Continuing Legal Education programs.
Upcoming Programs for 2019
July 31-August 1, 2019 | 10.75 CLE Credits
If you do business outside this country or want to, this program is vital. Export controls covers industries from software to arms sales, manufacturing to medical products. The 2019 conference takes a systemic, socio-technological approach to address the impact that security and compliance has upon the broad spectrum of a business organization's operations. Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, the U.S. Department of Commerce, and Seattle University School of Law, in cooperation with the University of Washington's Center for Information Assurance and Cybersecurity.
August 17-18 and August 23-24, 2019 | 36.75 CLE Credits/37.5 CEU and educator clock hour credits
Learn the facilitative mediation model that will give you the foundation needed to handle conflicts between neighbors, employers-employees, merchants-consumers, landlords-tenants, plus a variety of interpersonal conflicts.Acquire the skills needed to become a professional facilitative mediator: develop expertise in the interest-based approach; participate in focused role playing from comprehensive case studies and learn to empower clients to find solutions. This course meets the basic mediation training requirement for certification through the Washington Mediation Association.
September 5-6, 2019 | 12.25 CLE and Social Work Credits, and 13.0 CJE credits
A collaborative symposium promoting critical and innovative thinking for prosecution, law enforcement, civil and family law attorneys, advocates, judges, law students, social workers and child welfare professionals, corrections, mental health/healthcare professionals and others responding to survivors of gender-based/domestic violence. The 11th year of this well-regarded program will focus on how professionals in the system and in the community can minimize, reduce, and help in the healing of physical, psychological and spiritual trauma for survivors and their families. The 2019 program returns to the traditional two-day format. Registration is open.
November 1, 2019 | 3.75 Other CLE Credits | WSBA Activity ID# 1111771
Communicating persuasively is critical in the courtroom and throughout your practice. This course will give you insight and tools to be at your best as a communicator. Instructor Kimberly White empowers attorneys through dynamic and cutting edge techniques that she brings from 25+ years in the professional theater. In March Ms. White was faculty at the Ultimate Trial Advocacy Course at Harvard. In person participation only.