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Ethics CLEs

    2016 Technology CLE Bundle

    3.0 Ethics & 2.0 Standard CLE credits

    Couldn't make it to 2016 Technology Conference?  We've got all of the presentations for you in one place.

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    A Day in the Life of a Lawyer: How Your Daily Technology Habits Affect You, Your Clients, and Your Law Practice

    1.0 Ethics CLE credit

    Learn how your habits related use of smart phones, tablets, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, portable devices, etc. may be impacting your professional obligation of client confidentiality. 

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    Avoiding Common Billing & Accounting Pitfalls

    1.0 Ethics CLE credit

    There’s no room for error when it comes to the financial side of your practice -- because even unintended oversights can close down a law firm or end a career.  Make sure your firm’s billing, bookkeeping, and accounting are all they need to be.

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    Client Communication: Managing Client Expectations

    1.0 Ethics CLE credit

    Hear about most significant areas of grievances against lawyers and how a practicing attorney can manage those situations to avoid grievances.  

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    Cutting Edge and Ethical Marketing Strategies for Solo and Small Firms

    1.0 Ethics CLE credit

    Learn what you didn’t learn in law school: How to ethically market and grow your law practice.  Topics included are what sales really means for lawyers, why you needs a niche, how to leverage social media, how to think like an entrepreneur and more.

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    Cyber-Liability and Protecting Confidential Client Information

    1.0 Ethics CLE credit

    This CLE focusing on common threats to your technology and the procedures and obligations necessary for minimizing an expensive and embarrassing data disruption. 

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    Ethical Pitfalls in Family Law

    1.0 Ethics CLE credit

    What ethical issues might present special problems for family law practitioners? Susan Humiston of the Office of Lawyers Professional Responsibility Board will address these issues and take questions.

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    Hot Topics in Billing Ethics

    1.0 Ethics CLE credit

    Two attorneys from the Minnesota Office of Lawyers’ Professional Responsibility get you up to speed on the latest hot topics in legal fees. 

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    IOLTA Ethics: Trends, Rules, and History of the IOLTA Program

    2.0 Ethics CLE credit

    In this program, the presenters will discuss the Minnesota IOLTA program.

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    Outsourcing Legal Research and Writing: Ethics and Profitability for Small Law Firms

    1.0 Ethics CLE credit

    Small law firms are increasingly utilizing on-demand legal research and writing services to handle parts of their ongoing matters. However, many attorneys have concerns about the ethics implications of legal outsourcing and wonder how it may effectively grow their practice.

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    Practicing Out of State, Will You Be Disbarred?

    1.0 Ethics CLE credit

    When does an out of state lawyer engage in the unauthorized practice of law in Minnesota, under the Minnesota Rules of Professional Conduct? Earlier this year, the Minnesota Supreme Court upheld the decision of a Lawyers Professional Responsibility Board panel holding that an out-of-state lawyer who exchanges email communications with people in Minnesota may engage in the unauthorized practice of law.  

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    Securing Mobile Devices: Prophylactic Measures for Your Portables

    1.0 Ethics CLE credit

    What security threats are out there and how to deal with them to protect your firm's security.

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    Technical Quandaries: New Challenges Imposed by the Rules of Professional Conduct

    1.0 Ethics CLE Credit

    Many of the recent changes to the Minnesota Rules of Professional Conduct directly address a lawyer’s use and understanding of legal technology – especially as it applies to a lawyer’s competence to practice law.  Find out what duties are imposed on Minnesota lawyers concerning their understanding of technology, and how your current office systems may or may not comply with ethical rules.  

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    That's Not My Duty! Conflicts of Interest in Estate Planning

    1.0 Ethics CLE credit

    The Minnesota Rules of Professional Conduct provide a roadmap for the ethical obligations for all attorneys.  As many estate planning practitioners know, our practice is ripe for ethical violations resulting from conflicts.  

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    The Ethics of Managing Negativity in the Profession

    1.0 Ethics CLE credit

    This CLE explores how lawyers inadvertently can run afoul of duties of confidentiality, exceed the limits of zealous advocacy, and otherwise engage in misconduct in the forum of social media, and the tools lawyers can employ to meet the challenges of modern law practice.

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    The Mobile Law Practice: Finding a middle ground between security and accessibility

    1.0 Ethics CLE Credit

    The practice of law has changed. The way lawyers work, and when and where, has shifted. Many new tools and services, like Citrix ShareFile, have emerged to meet this growing need. Nerino Petro will discuss cloud security and encryption as it pertains to the ever changing practice of law.

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    The Twenty-First Century Lawyer’s Evolving Ethical Duty of Competence

    1.0 Ethics CLE Credit

    Lawyers’ ethical duty of technological competence continues to evolve. How do lawyers satisfy their ethical obligations? How do lawyers improve their efficacy with technology? How do lawyers who are already good with technology differentiate themselves? 

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    Unbundled Legal Services

    1.0 Standard CLE credit

    When executed effectively, limited scope engagements bring business to attorneys and help bridge the justice gap, by making crucial periods in a legal case affordable to clients who would otherwise not be able to afford full representation. 

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    Why Good Attorneys and Organizations Do Bad Things

    2.0 Ethics CLE credits

    The class uses specific case studies to provide a foundation for an analysis regarding how the fostering of ethical diversity within organizations can prevent the slippery slopes that lead to administrative evil or unethical behavior.

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    Why You Should Think Twice About Board Service

    1.0 Ethics CLE credit

    This session focuses on understanding the risk of wearing two hats (attorney and board member), how to avoid running afoul of professional responsibility rules and questions to ask before you get involved.

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