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Picture of the productThe Lincoln Colloquium

 Topics include:

  • Lincoln & Constitutional Politics
  • Lincoln, Race & Racism
  • Lincoln as a Lawyer
  • Abraham Lincoln and Civil Liberties in Wartime

3.5 CLE Hours (Including 1.0 Professional Conduct)



Non-Member price: 235.00
Member price: 175.00
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Picture of the productJanuary 1973: The Month That Changed America Forever

Program Overview:

This program begins with an historical overview of January 1973, including the five major political events that occurred during this month;  Vietnam, Nixon and Kissinger;  The Watergate Burglars’ trial; and much more.  Roe v. Wade is analyzed and the rise of the Religious Right in national politics is examined. Last, the intersection of the Nixon White House and ethics is examined.  This event is a must for any student of modern American legal history. 



3.0 CLE Hours (with 1.0 Prof. Conduct)



Non-Member price: 200.00
Member price: 150.00
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01OCLE-160121OT
Picture of the product2018 MLK Symposium: Part 1
Program Overview:
50 Years Later, The New Civil Rights Movement (Part 1)
The Poor People's Campaign: Then and Now

Topics Covered:
History of the Poor People's Campaign
Affordable Housing, Economy and Jobs: An Overview
Dividing Lines: Panel on Affordable Housing, Economy & Jobs
Dividing Lines Part II: Panel on Local Political & Policy View and Reflections

Presenter(s):
Video message/introduction from Sherrod Brown, United States Senator
Dwight "Kip" Holley, Research Associate, The Kirwin Institute
Jason Reece, Ph.D., Assistant Professor: Knowlton School of Architecture & Interim Director of Research: The Kirwin Institute for the Study of Race & Ethnicity, The Ohio State University
Sheldon Johnson, Community Development for All People
Bill Faith, Executive Director, Coalition on Homelessness and Housing in Ohio (COHHIO)
Cathi Steele, Mid-Ohio Workers Association
Janet Jackson, United Way
Shannon Hardin, Columbus City Council

3.00 CLE Hours


Non-Member price: 200.00
Member price: 150.00
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01OCLE-180126A
Picture of the product2018 MLK Symposium: Part 2
Program Overview:
50 Years Later, The New Civil Rights Movement (Part 2)
Modern Day Invidious Discrimination: A Discussion of Current Legal Civil Rights Issues

Topics Covered:
First Amendment Rights: Freedom of Speech and Religious Liberty
Voting Rights and Gerrymandering
Travel Ban and Immigration

Presenter(s):
C. Raphael Davis-Williams, Spater, Davis-Williams LLC
James Beattie, Capital University Law School
Daniel Tokaji, The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law
Robert H. Cohen, Porter Wright Morris & Arthur
Mark J. Hedien, Associate General Counsel, The Ohio State University
Jennifer Nimer, CAIR

3.00 CLE Hours


Non-Member price: 200.00
Member price: 150.00
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01OCLE-180126B
Picture of the productTechnology P.R.E.P.: Cybersecurity Boot Camp, Class #1
Program Overview:

DEMYSTIFYING TECHNOLOGY

The first program in this series explains terms and concepts (and confusing computer lingo) and will provide a foundation for the remaining three parts of the series.

Presenters:
Nicholas Hinsch, OSCP, Co-founder & CEO of eVal Agency
Barron K. Henley, Esq., Affinity Consulting Group, Inc.

1.5 CLE Hours


Non-Member price: 100.00
Member price: 75.00
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01OCLE-180208NL
Picture of the productDivorce 101: What Every Practitioner Should Know, Session 1
Program Overview:

Taught by a faculty of top practitioners, you will be given an overview of the fundamentals of domestic practice, including:

Top Ten Domestic Cases
• Overview of fundamentals of domestic practice
• The Top 10 Domestic Relations Cases Every Family Law Practitioner Must Know
Presenter: Gary J. Gottfried, Esq., Gary J. Gottfried Co., LPA

Working with Clients
• Forms Forms and more Forms
• Attorney Advertising
• Effective Initial Consultations
• Engagement Agreements
Presenter: Gerald Jay Babbitt, Esq., Babbitt & Dahlberg, LLC

Discovery
• Fundamentals of Discovery
• Requests for Production of Documents
• Interrogatories
• Requests for Admissions
• Notices of Deposition
• Subpoenas Duces Tecum
Presenter: Amy J. Weis., Esq., Weis + O’Connor LLC

3.00 CLE Hours


Non-Member price: 200.00
Member price: 150.00
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01OCLE-180219A
Picture of the productDivorce 101: What Every Practitioner Should Know, Session 2
Program Overview:

Taught by a faculty of top practitioners, you will be given an overview of the fundamentals of domestic practice, including:

Temporary Orders and Pre-Trial Practice
• Applicable Rules
• Successful Drafting Techniques
• Temporary Orders Affidavits
• Pre-Trial Motions
Presenters: Jacqueline L. Kemp, Esq. & Julia L. Leveridge, Esq.

Marital vs. Separate Property
• Definitions: An Overview of Marital and Separate Property
• Factors for Division of Property
• Specific types of Property
• Valuation and Valuation Methods
Presenter: Craig P. Treneff, Esq.

Professionalism (1.0 Hours of Professional Conduct)
• Review of the Applicable Rules of Professional Conduct
• 10 Professionalism Rules Necessary for Ethical Practice of Family Law
Presenter: S. Scott Haynes, Esq.

3.00 CLE Hours (including 1.0 Professional Conduct Hour)


Non-Member price: 200.00
Member price: 150.00
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01OCLE-180219B
Picture of the productAn Insider's Guide to Succeeding at Mediation
Program Overview:

This session will teach you how to successfully negotiate and mediate claims. Designed for lawyer of all experience levels, this event is particularly helpful to those engaged in any form of litigation.

Effective Claims Mediation and Negotiation
Mediation vs. Arbitration
Considerations When Preparing for Negotiations and Mediation Sessions
Alternatives to Negotiated Agreements
Setting Client Expectations and Commitment to the Process
Working with the Mediator
Achieving and Memorializing the Agreement

Instructor: Michael W. Hawkins, Dinsmore & Shohl LLP

2.00 CLE Hours


Non-Member price: 140.00
Member price: 110.00
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01OCLE-180221NL
Picture of the productTechnology P.R.E.P.: Cyber Security Boot Camp, Class #2
Program Overview:

WHERE'S THE RISK TO MY FIRM?

This CLE, the second in the series of four, teaches that security is only as good as the weakest link. Learn legal tech security measures every lawyer must take; ethical issues pertaining to client confidentiality; inexpensive (or free!) tools to maintain confidentiality and more!

Presenter: Barron K. Henley, Esq., Affinity Consulting Group, Inc.

1.5 Professional Conduct CLE Hours


Non-Member price: 100.00
Member price: 75.00
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01OCLE-180222NL
Picture of the productVeterans, Service Animals, and Disability
Program Overview:

What are the legal issues surrounding the use of service dogs? And what types of disability benefits can veterans receive? These and other issues are covered in this very timely CLE.

Presenters:
David Borell, Esq.
Michael Bloom, Esq.

2.75 CLE Hours


Non-Member price: 200.00
Member price: 150.00
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