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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
Speakers: Honorable Frank J. Williams, Rhode Island Supreme Court (Retired); Michael Les Benedict, Emeritus Professor of History at The Ohio State University & Sharon L. Davies, Executive Director, Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity at The Ohio State University

3.5 CLE Hours (Including 1.0 Professional Conduct)



Non-Member price: 235.00
Member price: 175.00
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01OCLE-150427RQ
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 productBallots and Bullets
Program Overview:

A day of violence in July 1968. The causes ran deep, pitting the nonviolent philosophy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. against the armed self-defense philosophy of Malcolm X and black nationalists. Cleveland became a proving ground. It was the ballot or the bullet.

In this program, James Robenalt speaks on the events he has written about in his new book: Ballots and Bullets, Black Power Politics and Urban Guerrilla Warfare in 1968 Cleveland.

This CLE program examines the roots and political aftermath of the violence in Cleveland — and discusses why race violence and police brutality still persist 50 years later.

2.50 Professional Conduct CLE Hours


Non-Member price: 200.00
Member price: 150.00
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Picture of the productThe New Child Support Law
Program Overview:

HB366: Ohio's New Child Support Guidelines
On June 29, 2018, Governor Kasich signed into law House Bill 366, the first substantial modification of Ohio’s child support laws in over 25 years. The new laws correct numerous long-standing issues with the calculation of child support and are designed to increase the collection of child support for Ohio’s neediest families. This seminar will educate you about the substantial changes implemented by this bill, from the increase in the child support schedules to the implementation of a parenting time credit, and so much more!

*Historical perspective
*Problems with the current guidelines
*The new design – manner, methodology, and math

Presenters:
Eric W. Johnson Esq., Sowald, Sowald, Anderson, Hawley & Johnson
Susan Brown, Esq., Director, Franklin County CSEA
Melinda Carlson, Esq., Litigation Manager, Franklin County CSEA
Jenna Testa, Esq., Staff Attorney, Franklin County CSEA
Scott Scherger, Esq., Administrative Hearing Officer, Franklin County CSEA


1.50 CLE Hours


Non-Member price: 100.00
Member price: 75.00
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Picture of the product2019 MLK Symposium: A History of Hate, Part 1
Program Overview:

This year's Martin Luther King Jr. Symposium focuses on hate: the history of hate and its effect on various groups / institutions.

Topics Covered in Part 1:
A History of Hate
The Theory of Intersectionality
History’s Perfect Storms: The Rise of the KKK and Hitler
Social Psychology and Hate
First Amendment and the Bully Pulpit: A Review of Important Cases
Hate and the LGBTQ Community
Brief History of the 14th Amendment
Separate But Equal: Seminal 14th Amendment Cases
The Modern Struggle
Divided But Equal? Divergent Views in the LGBTQ Community

Presenter(s):
C. Raphael Davis-Williams, Spater & Davis-Williams, LLC
Chris Cozad, City of Columbus LGBTQ Cabinet Member
Siobhan Boyd-Nelson, Development Director, Equality Ohio

3.00 CLE Hours


Non-Member price: 200.00
Member price: 150.00
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01OCLE-190125OA
Picture of the product2019 MLK Symposium: A History of Hate, Part 2
Program Overview:

This year's Martin Luther King Jr. Symposium focuses on hate: the history of hate and its effect on various groups / institutions.

Topics Covered in Part 2:
Hate and Education
Implicit Bias in Schools
Bathroom Laws
School Discipline
Disability
Racialized Trauma
Hate and Immigration
History of Interment and “Refugee Camps”
Bias in Immigration Policies
Modern Day Separation of Immigrant Families
Case Law
Erasing Hate
A History of Hate Signs, Symbols and Meanings
Erasing Hate: One Person’s Call to Action

Presenter(s):
Kelly Capatosto, Senior Research Associate, Kirwan Institute for Race & Ethnicity
Kyle Strickland, Senior Legal Analyst, Kirwan Institute for Race & Ethnicity
Robert Cohen Esq., Porter, Wright, Morris + Arthur LLP
Billy White, Red Rose Tattoo

3.25 CLE Hours


Non-Member price: 200.00
Member price: 150.00
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01OCLE-190125OB
Picture of the productImmigrating to the USA: Family/Employment Based Immigration
Program Overview:

This course provides a tour of family based and employment based immigration.
Temporary Business Visas
Family Based Immigration
Removal Proceedings
Presenters:
David Bloomfield Esq., Bloomfield & Kempf
Orsolya Hamar-Hilt Esq., Bloomfield & Kempf
Payam Yazdani Esq., Yazdani Law, LLC

3.00 CLE Hours


Non-Member price: 200.00
Member price: 150.00
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01OCLE-190130OT
Picture of the productOffice Management/HR PREP, Session 1: Foundational HR
Program Overview:

Session #1: Foundational HR from Hire to Fire, Part I: Recruiting & Firing

This interactive session covers basic hiring considerations. Upon completion of this course participants will know where to find helpful resources, have helpful checklists, and be able to guide clients, and themselves, through the HR new-hire process.

Materials obtained through this course:

Job description template
Annotated job description
New hire checklist
File storage checklist

Presenters:
Karen Poling, Esq., Karen Poling Law
Sharon DeLay, Go HR

1.50 CLE Hours


Non-Member price: 100.00
Member price: 75.00
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01OCLE-190219NL
Picture of the productWhat the Icons of Mount Rushmore Can Teach Us About the Law
Program Overview:

This CLE is an examination of prominent historical figures and the professional traits that caused them to be successful and make a positive difference in the life of this country. The traits of these icons can teach us much about what it means to be a true professional, an ethical lawyer and a good person.

Applicable Rules of Professional Conduct: A Lawyer’s Responsibilities
Lessons from Washington
Lessons from Jefferson
Lessons from Roosevelt
Lessons from Lincoln

Presenter: Don Gregory, Kegler Brown Hill + Ritter

1.5 Professional Conduct CLE Hours


Non-Member price: 100.00
Member price: 75.00
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01OCLE-190220RQ
Picture of the productAuto Accident Primer
Program Overview:

Taught by an experienced personal injury attorney, this CLE teaches everything you need to know in order to acquire basic competence in handling a simple auto accident case.

Topics include:

- Analyzing the Case (client questionnaire and interview, contingency fee agreements, forms, identifying and quantifying damages, insurance company communications)

- Settling or Litigation the Case (winning over the adjuster, document and information collection, client communication, crafting a demand letter, drafting a winning complaint, mediation)

Presenter:

William J. Price, Esq., Elk & Elk

3.00 CLE Hours (including 1.0 P.C.)


Non-Member price: 200.00
Member price: 150.00
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