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Tuesday, March 28 | 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm

Health Law Section CLE

Topic: Maintaining Client Relationships from Start to Finish Speaker: Claude Ducloux, LawPay Claude will cover the most significant areas of grievances against a lawyer and how a practicing attorney can manage those situations to avoid grievances. For more information call or e-mail:  Trent Krienke, (512) 660-5960 or tkrienke@rcmhlaw.com

| 1 CLE credit hour 

Tuesday, March 28 | 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm

ADR Law SEction CLE

Topic: Looking Forward Vs. Looking Back Speaker: Kenneth E. Davison, Lakeside Mediation Center Techniques to identify and effectively deal with deadlocks and impasses in mediations with emphasis on moving the focus of parties from the past events to future outcomes and effects.

$15.00 | 1 CLE credit hour 

RSVP: cfisk@andrewsmyers.com

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Wednesday, March 29 | 11:30 am to 1:00 pm

Business, Corp. & Tax law Section CLE

Topic: Buy-Sell Agreements- Value Matters Speaker: Harold Ingersoll, CPA Mr. Ingersoll will discuss how valuations are related to buy-sell agreements.

$15.00 | 1.0 CLE credit hour 

RSVP: vabshier@mcginnislaw.com

Thursday, March 30 | 11:45 am to 1:00 pm

Civil Appellate Law Section CLE

Topic: Ethical Considerations in Civil Appeals – Lessons Learned in Battle Moderator: Hon. Lea Yeakel, U.S. District Judge Panelists: Hon. Harriet O’Neill, Retired, Texas Supreme Court |  Hon. Jeff Rose, Chief Justice Third Court of Appeals |  Marcy Hogan Greer, Alexander Dubose Jefferson & Townsend LLP Please join the Civil Appellate Section for an interactive discussion of ethical considerations in civil appeals, as our esteemed panelists have learned through practical experience and will share in a “war story” format. The Honorable Lee Yeakel…

$20.00 | 1 CLE credit hour 

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RSVP: ataylor@beckredden.com

Thursday, March 30 | 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm

Austin Lawyer Trivia

Austin Lawyer Trivia is coming back on 3/30. Winners not only get bragging rights among their friends, but they also will be lauded in the Austin Lawyer magazine so everyone will know how awesome they are. We will have several rounds of questions covering law and general trivia, so bring a well rounded team. Form a team (4-6 players) and join the action! Play against the team of judges! Testing your legal knowledge against other teams, fun. Testing your knowledge…

 

Friday, March 31 | 8:30 am to 5:00 pm

Administrative Law Section Nuts & Bolts ALL DAY CLE

Click Here for printable schedule. REGISTRATION STILL OPEN! REGISTER HERE. Featured speakers include: The Honorable Karin Crump, 250th Civil District Court, Travis County, speaking on best practices in district court The Honorable Woodie Jones, former Chief Justice of the Third Court of Appeals, speaking on pleas and jurisdiction Mark Einfalt, Deputy Commissioner, Texas Department of Insurance, enforcement Jeff Civins, Senior Counsel, Haynes and Boone, speaking on environmental law issues Kerry McGrath, Partner, Duggins Wren Mann and Romero, speaking on utility law Daniel…

$120 | 7 CLE credit hours 

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Monday, April 3 | 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm

Austin Lawyers Wellness Group

A confidential monthly education group for lawyers, judges and law students seeking help while healing from depression, addiction, job stress, anxiety and other mental health issues.

 

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Monday, April 3 | 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm

LGBT Bar Association CLE

Topic: Texas’s Post Obergefell Challenge to Marriage Equality Speaker: Kenneth Upton, Senior Attorney, Lambda Legal Defense and Education Fund This CLE is designed to discuss the legal arguments put forth by the parties in the oral arguments presented to the Texas Supreme Court on March 1, 2017, in the Pidgeon v. Parker case as well as to discuss the implications of the Supreme Court’s decisions on Texas’s implementation of marriage equality per the Obergefell decision. For RSVP information, contact Robert…

$25.00 | 1 CLE credit hour 

Tuesday, April 4 | 11:30 pm

“Still Loving it Lawyers” Section Introductory Lunch CLE

This section is for seasoned attorneys who are practicing law and who plan to continue  with enthusiasm and gusto. Lunch and parking are provided free of charge for this introductory meeting of the newest Austin Bar section.  1.25 CLE credits available. Bring a friend and receive a two-for-one registration and membership special to join the section. Please sign up here if you are interested in attending the FREE introductory luncheon CLE. AGENDA: Ethics for the Seasoned Attorney: Unique challenges and obstacles: …

Free | 1.25 CLE credit hours 

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Wednesday, April 5 | 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm

Labor & Employment Law Section CLE

Topic: Practical Ethical Issues in Employment Litigation and Advising—A Roundtable Discussion Speaker: Tonia Lucio, Richards, Rodriguez & Skeith | Ted Smith, Cornell, Smith, Mierl, & Brutocao, LLP | Angela North Marshall, SolarWinds | Edmond Moreland, Moreland Law Firm, P.C., Austin-area employment lawyers Tonia Lucio, Ted Smith, Angie Marshall, and Edmond Moreland will discuss practical ethical issues that come up in the practice of employment law.  In a roundtable-type discussion, the panel will present and consider the various ethical implications of several different fact patterns.

$15.00 | 1 CLE credit hour 

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