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The MSBA offers hundreds of hours of On Demand CLE programming each year covering over 25 practice areas.  With Unlimited On Demand, you can access that content in a way that is convenient and cost-effective.

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2017 New Lawyers Leadership CLE Bundle

5.0 Standard and 1.0 Ethics CLE credits

Whether you're a big law, small firm or solo practitioner, in the public or private sector, leadership and career development is likely on your mind.  In this CLE bundle, you will hear from diverse and thought-provoking speakers, and gain practical and insightful tips for a well-rounded career.

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  • New Lawyer Essentials
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2017 Technology CLE Bundle

4.0 Ethics CLE & 2.0 Standard CLE credits    

In this bundle you will gain access to the six popular CLEs on new and cutting edge technology in the legal profession. 

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40 Real World Applications of Tech Competence

1.0 Ethics CLE credit

This program will take a broad ranging and dynamic look at the systems all around us and the new minimum tech-standards for a practicing attorney.

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  • Ethics
  • Technology
A Beginner's Guide to Dealing with the DUI

1.0 Standard CLE credit

A step-by-step discussion from getting pulled over, the Standardized Field Sobriety Tests, the blood, breath, or urine tests through to the Implied Consent Hearings and Trials.


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  • New Lawyer Essentials
  • Criminal Law
Adoption for LGBT Couples and Unmarried Couples

1.5 Standard CLE credit

The presenters will discuss the impact that marriage equality has had on adoption practice and share their insights and practical advice on working with LGBT families and with unmarried couples seeking to adopt. 

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  • Family Law
AI, Ethics, and The Law of Robot Lawyers

1.0 Ethics CLE credit

Fastcase CEO Ed Walters, who teaches The Law of Robots at Georgetown Law, will separate hype from reality for practice today and examine ethical and practical implications of artificial intelligence on the legal industry.

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  • Ethics
  • Technology
Alternative Legal Models

1.0 Standard CLE credit

Panelists will go beyond the “billable hour” to discuss alternative legal models outside the traditional practice of law, including alternative solo and small practices, attorney freelancing, as well as alternative fee arrangements and billing models. 

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  • New Lawyer Essentials
  • Practice Management & Marketing
Antitrust 101

1.5 Standard CLE credit 

This program presents a 90-minute overview of the antitrust laws.  It is designed as both an introductory and refresher program, with a focus on issue spotting for attorneys who do not practice in the area.  

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Blockchain Innovation in Law and Corporate Governance

1.0 Standard CLE credit

This decentralized, peer-to-peer technology has been described as “the most important IT invention of our age” and “the new Google.”  This presentation will discuss the basic principles of blockchain and the fundamental impact it is having on the practice of law. 

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  • Business Law
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Business Formation 101 – Choice of Entity, Necessary Documents, and the Role of Templates for Document Assembly

1.5 Standard CLE credit

Business entities can be created by postcard. But most of the time, you and your clients are going to want to put some significant advance thought into some of the formation issues, and have more robust documentation. Join Bryan Zlimen to learn more about the process and the advantages of using document assembly.

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Changing Lanes - Autonomous-Vehicle Law and Policy at the Federal, State, and Local Levels

1.0 Standard CLE credit


This presentation will discuss how AVs, electric vehicles (EVs), car sharing, and other transportation advances can converge to support greener, safer, more connected, and more equitable land use patterns, street designs, mobility options, and other opportunities. It will also discuss how federal, state, and local laws and regulations (e.g., traffic codes, zoning, safety standards) can be structured to support those outcomes and configurations.


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  • Environment and Natural Resources Law
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Children with Unseen Disabilities in the Legal System

3.75 Standard CLE credits

This program will explore how children with “invisible disabilities” such as Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder and mental health disabilities, get evaluated or not and how their disability affects what happens to them in the legal system. 

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  • Health Law
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Collateral Consequences of Criminal Convictions and Expungements

2.0 Standard CLE credits

Persons convicted of a crime are generally exposed to a number of legal penalties and disabilities that remain with them long after they have fully served the sentence, even if the record is expunged. This CLE will cover the criminal records landscape including what records exist, where they are located, and how are they accessed.

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Crop Insurance - What You Need to Know

1.0 Standard credit

We will explore the background of the Federal Crop Insurance Program, the insurance policies, and the procedures insurers and farmers are expected to follow. We will also discuss the litigation of disputes under the policies, including what claims can be brought in state court, what claims must be arbitrated, and when the administrative agency can, or must, be involved.


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Defamation on Social Media - April Sellers v. Kevin Powell and Jinah Parker

1.0 Standard CLE credit


Hear from the legal team who successfully prosecuted a recent defamation case rooted in social media and mistaken identity. The panel will discuss the ins and outs of the case and the challenges of defamation law in the social media age.

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  • Art and Entertainment
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Demystifying Encryption - What You Should Know

1.0 Ethics CLE credit

Encryption is a topic that we hear a lot about, but few have a complete handle on understanding. But now that encryption is simple to use – and inexpensive, there increasingly is a rise in the number of legal ethicists who believe that encryption (in some cases) is ethically required under Model Rules 1.1. 

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Don't Be a Jerk - A Short Course for Litigators

1.0 Ethics CLE credit

In this session, we'll discuss how lawyers serve the judicial system, the profession, and their client’s best by following both the letter and the spirit of those rules.

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  • Ethics
  • New Lawyer Essentials
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Dr. Robot Will See You Now - The Hype, Reality and Liability Implications of Artificial Intelligence in Health Care

1.0 CLE credit

Artificial intelligence (AI) based on machine learning is rapidly disrupting every sector of our economy, none more so than medicine. This presentation will describe recent advances in AI that explain the rapid growth of the technology, the existing and pending applications in health care, and the unique legal and liability issues that AI will create for health care.

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DWI - What You Need to Know and How Document Assembly Can Help You

1.5 Standard CLE credit


This course is geared toward the non-criminal defense practitioner or new lawyer whom is considering entering the criminal defense arena, or wants to be competent enough to help family and friends. The course provides a general overview of the criminal case process and procedures, as well as some important, necessary details that will educate the non-criminal defense and/or new lawyer with satisfactory knowledge to speak intelligently and competently with a prospective client. 

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eDiscovery and Information Governance for Office 365

1.0 Standard CLE credit

This discussion will explain the implications of Office 365 from a litigation and eDiscovery perspective and break down the built-in tools: what they do, how they work, and their benefits and limitations.

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Effective Written Discovery - Time Tested Strategies from Jeff Anderson

1.0 Standard CLE credit

Jeff will provide useful tips and forms as he discusses what has worked and, not worked, for him during his past thirty years of arbitrating and trying cases in State and Federal Courts.  

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  • Legal Research and Writing
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Emerging Issues in Assisted Living and Nursing Homes

3.0 Standard CLE credits

This CLE will help elder law attorneys and professionals navigate legal concerns on behalf of older and vulnerable adults. The topics discussed include abuse and medical malpractice claims, pitfalls in medical assistance planning, and legislative proposals and consumer advocacy at the Capitol.

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Financial Exploitation and Elder Abuse

1.0 Standard CLE credit

A discussion of the elements of financial exploitation and elder abuse, how to recognize abuse and what are the legal remedies in the law, both criminal and civil available to our clients. 

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  • Family Law
  • Probate and Trust
From Minor to Adult – The Impact of Court Orders on Children with Special Needs

1.0 Standard CLE credit

The presenters will discuss the issues raised by the statutory gaps as well as discuss two Minnesota Court of Appeals decisions involving these issues. 

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  • Family Law
From Purchase Agreement to Recorded Deed - Document Assembly in Real Property Law Practice

1.0 Standard CLE credit

Many current approaches to legal document preparation leaves much to be desired (and introduces unnecessary risk). Learn how tools like the MSBA's document assembly service, mndocs, offer a better method for drafting legal documents.

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GDPR Primer for Minnesota Attorneys

1.0 Standard CLE credit

On May 25, 2018, the European Union will put into effect the strictest and broadest data privacy law in the World.  Questions abound on the Global impact of this new law on attorneys and businesses in Minnesota. 


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Handling PR Disasters at Your Firm in the Digital Age

1.0 Standard CLE credit

This presentation will discuss the new age of reputation management, using the example of a mid-sized firm and how it was able to quickly mitigate an unimaginable PR disaster.

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High-Tech Tips, Apps, and Tools to Assist You at the Law Office

1.0 Standard CLE credit

Lawyer and technologist Damien Riehl will review and demonstrate tools that he and other lawyers use to help their practices — including password management, task management, calendaring, and practice management.

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  • Small Firm Practice
How #MeToo is Impacting Employment Law Today

1.0 Standard CLE credit

Hear answers to a variety of questions on this topic by a panel of experienced employment attorneys.

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  • Employment and Labor Law
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How to Best Advise and Serve Your Military or Veteran Client

1.0 Standard CLE credit

The panel will address specialized legal issues in representing clients in family, criminal and domestic violence matters and provide a comprehensive perspective on screening to identify and assist in providing additional resources for military and veteran clients.

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  • Criminal Law
  • Military and Veterans Law
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How to Have a More Dementia-Friendly Law Practice - Practical Tips and Advice

1.5 Elimination of Bias CLE credit

While Dementia is certainly not a brand-new medical condition, research on it and the statistical upswing of its presence in the general population make this disease something you should know more about. Not only that, but what are the differences between “normal aging” and Dementia symptoms? How diminished is your client’s capacity – and are you expected to acquire medical expertise to deal with the elderly now? What are our professional and ethical responsibilities as lawyers?

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Immigration Consequences of Criminal Charges - What to Keep in Mind When Representing Non-Citizens

2.0 Standard CLE credits

The first part of this two-hour CLE will offer presentations by the panel of three experts, followed by a Q & A and sharing of tips.

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  • Immigration Law
  • Criminal Law
Implicit Bias - Its Impact and How to Counter It

1.0 Elimination of Bias credit


The phrase “implicit bias” is used frequently, but what exactly does it mean? Through examples, including optical illusions and group exercises, this presentation showcases the ways in which we can exercise bias without even realizing it; shares the latest research regarding its impact on the legal profession (including the reasons people hire us); and discusses ways to combat its effect.


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  • Wellness
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Insightful or Inciteful - When Employee Speech and the Employer's Reaction to It Become the News

1.0 Standard CLE credit

Listen to a distinguished panel discuss situations ripped from the news, and evaluate the cases under the NLRA, Title VII, state laws protecting political speech, and employer codes of conduct.

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  • Employment and Labor Law
Is Arbitration Getting a Bad Name?

1.0 Standard CLE credit

This CLE will address PDAAs from several perspectives: their history, the issues they present, their use in the financial industry, the consumer aspect, the views of in-house counsel, and the public policy/political considerations. 

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  • Business Law
  • ADR
Joint Revocable Cabin Trust - Using a Cabin Trust to Keep the Cabin in the Family

1.5 Standard CLE credits

Hear the advantages and disadvantages of using a Cabin Trust, including a review of the essential elements of the Joint Revocable Cabin Trust, the latest addition to the practicelaw and mndocs libraries.

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  • Probate and Trust
Keeping the Farm

1.0 Standard CLE credit


Nursing Home Planning and the Farm: a checklist of issues to consider; the use of business entities in farm succession planning; the Minnesota estate tax qualified farm exemption and recapture rules: how to avoid estate tax on the family farm; how property taxes can be affected by use of certain estate planning techniques; and an update on the Probate Section’s Outstate Study Group’s efforts to restore the linkage between ag land and the homestead for property owned by farm couples in trust.


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  • Elder Law
  • Tax Law
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Law and Technology - The Ethics of the Practice of Law in the 21st Century

1.0 Ethics CLE credit

In this session, Todd Scott and Joe Kaczrowski cover several topics of concern for lawyers starting or operating a law practice today including the practical applications of the tech competence requirement in the Rules of Professional Conduct.

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  • Practice Management
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Legal Dimensions of the Opioid Crisis: A Panel Discussion

1.0 Standard CLE credit

Panelists will discuss the significant impact the opioid epidemic has had on the legal landscape, including perspectives on criminal justice, medical professional licensure, product regulation, and litigation.

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  • Criminal Law
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Leveraging Technology to Increase Access to Justice

1.0 Standard CLE credit

This session will explore how technology is increasing law’s ability for social impact, from assisting with more intelligent client intake to increasing accessibility of the legal system and processes to supporting the mobilization of pro bono attorneys.

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Litigating a Malpractice Claim From The New Lawyers’ Perspective

1.0 Standard CLE credit

Liz Fors will discus  her experiences working as a medical malpractice litigation associate on the landmark verdict she secured with her colleagues in Edward Bermingham IV v. Patricia Eid NP el al.

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Maximum Outcomes & Minimum Hassles: Using Mediation Early and Effectively to Resolve the Complex Construction Dispute

2.0 Standard CLE credit

The purpose of this seminar is to train construction lawyers and construction industry leaders to successfully employ early mediation as an effective method of resolving complex construction disputes quickly, fairly, and more cost effectively than litigation or arbitration.

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  • ADR
  • Construction Law
Medical Aid in Dying

1.5 Standard CLE credit

Understanding Medical Aid in Dying and its distinction from related concepts like assisted suicide and euthanasia will become increasingly important to Minnesota attorneys serving people living with terminal illness. 

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  • Family Law
  • Health Law
Minnesota’s New Child Support Law

1.0 Standard CLE credit

This presentation will address Minnesota’s new child support law – a comparison of child support guidelines from an old order to the new guidelines.


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Mitigating Risk and Liability of a Data Breach

1.0 Standard CLE credit

This program will discuss what actions management can take to mitigate the risk of a breach and to limit the damage following a network intrusion. 

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  • Technology
  • Public Law
  • Business Law
Myth of the Digital Native

1.0 Standard CLE credit

Casey will discuss the ‘myth of the digital native’ – a convincing argument for improving attorneys’ depth of knowledge in the applications most commonly used by attorneys. 

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Navigating Practice Transitions

1.0 Standard CLE credit

Our panel will discuss how to successfully navigate a variety of practice transitions, including transitioning laterally, from public to private (or vice versa), or private to in-house. 

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  • Practice Management & Marketing
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New Trends in Legal Malpractice & Ethics Complaints

1.0 Ethics CLE credit

The CLE program will bring you up-to-date on the most common errors made by lawyers and provide advice for avoiding breakdowns in client matters that often lead to malpractice claims and ethics complaints.

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  • Ethics
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On the Path to Lawyer Well-Being

1.0 Standard CLE credit

In collaboration with the MSBA Life and Law Committee and Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers, the members of our panel will discuss how newer lawyers – the next generation of legal professionals – can make changes in tomorrow’s legal environment. 

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  • New Lawyer Essentials
  • Wellness
Political Antitrust in Practice: Mergers and Conduct around the World

1.0 Standard CLE credit

Professor Peter Carstensen (University of Wisconsin Law School) and Professor Danny Sokol (University of Florida Levin College of Law) will provide a review of the state of competition law and policy from a practical perspective. 

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  • Business Law
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Pre-trial Basics, or How to NOT Screw up the Actual Trial and Keep your Partner Happy

1.0 Standard CLE credit


Our seasoned panelists will cover topics like pre-trial strategies, negotiation skills, and settlement talks so you are set up for success. You will hear perspectives from two partners and one associate.


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Probate for Real Estate Attorneys and Real Estate for Probate Attorneys

1.0 Standard CLE credit


Using common fact patterns, a panel of real estate and probate attorneys will address common issues at the intersection of real estate and probate law.


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  • Probate and Trust
  • Real Property
Probation Revocations From Both Sides- Probation, Prosecution, and Defense Considerations

2.0 Standard CLE credits

In this session, attendees will learn what considerations the prosecutor and defense should bring to the proceeding. This session will place particular emphasis on the third Austin factor and introduce the latest research about what works in probation, including the risk-need-responsivity principle, which matches the level of supervision and conditions to the probationer’s risk to reoffend and criminogenic needs.

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  • Criminal Law
Public Meetings - Open for Business

1.0 Standard CLE

Get a refresher on the Open Meeting Law, including notice requirements, closing meetings, regular and special meetings, technology at public meetings, exceptions, and more. At the same time, you’ll brush up on Robert's Rules of Order to make sure that the meeting runs smoothly and with a clear record.


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Put a Buffer on it – Minnesota’s New Water-Protection Landscape Feature

1.0 Standard CLE credit

Presenters will provide an overview of the legal framework and progress made on the ground around the state on the rollout of the law.

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  • Real Property
  • Environment and Natural Resources Law
Religion and Politics at the Mediation Table: Managing Values-Based Disputes

1.0 Standard CLE credit

By reviewing core ADR practices such as interest identification and reframing, participants will learn how to engage with these subject areas in a way that fosters mutual understanding and resolution between parties with differing points of view.

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Representing the Client in Trouble - When a Tax Audit Turns Criminal

1.0 Standard CLE credit

Most criminal investigations for tax related crimes (such as tax evasion, false statements, and procuring a false return) begin with the tax audit. Learn more about how criminal investigations begin and how to manage the investigation process.

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  • Tax Law
  • Criminal Law
Residency Issues Relating to Individuals, Trusts and Estates

1.0 Standard CLE credit

This CLE will cover a variety of residency issues relating to individuals, trusts and estates, including an overview of this year’s legislative changes and recent tax court decisions. 

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  • Probate and Trust
  • Tax Law
Smarty-Pants, Smarty-Pants - Expert Testimony in Your Next Contested Case

1.0 Standard CLE credit

This CLE will review key practice tips for discovering, presenting and confronting the testimony of specially-skilled witnesses in your next contested case. This course will be a useful skill builder for any new administrative lawyer as well as a handy refresher for any litigator who is appearing in court on behalf of clients. 

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  • Litigation
  • Public Law
  • New Lawyer Essentials
Solo: A Law Practice Story

1.0 Standard CLE credit

Join an adventure into the solo attorney world and hear from two attorneys who have made the jump to light speed (and, perhaps, escaped the Empire). 

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  • New Lawyer Essentials
  • Small Firm Practice
Sports Antitrust: The Rules Off the Field are Changing

1.0 Standard CLE credit

Learn the current rules of the game – and those likely to change – in this presentation by two lawyers who have been in the middle of many of the battles.

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  • Art and Entertainment
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State vs. Federal Environmental Powers – Where are we headed?

1.0 Standard CLE credit

In the wake of a federal rollback of Obama implemented standards, we have assembled a distinguished panel of local experts who will discuss the status of efforts by California and other states to challenge Trump administration policies. Our panel will provide an overview of this important and interesting topic. 

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Successful Employment of Transgender Individuals

1.0 Elimination of Bias CLE credit

Expert panelists discuss what the law requires regarding working with individuals who are transgender, as well as best practice strategies. 

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  • Elimination of Bias
  • Employment and Labor Law
Technology, Trends, and Transitions

1.0 Standard CLE credit

Join us for a discussion about current trends for revenue and efficiency as well as five new technologies affecting the legal profession.

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  • Practice Management & Marketing
  • Technology
That's Why They Call It Practicing Law

1.0 Standard CLE credit

Attorneys can improve their craft, if they are willing to learn how to apply principles of great customer service. This practical session will encourage lawyers to do the ordinary tasks better. 

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  • Small Firm Practice
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The Evolving Landscape of Pay Equity Litigation and Legislation

1.0 Standard CLE credit

The panelists will update you on the status of federal, state and local equal pay laws, significant litigation and settlements and emerging trends to assist you in representing your clients on how to navigate through this cutting-edge area of employment law. 

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  • Employment and Labor Law
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly - Legal Research with Google

1.0 Standard CLE credit

In addition to reviewing search techniques, we'll discuss the risks and rewards of using Google to complete searches, set up alerts, process result sets, review secondary sources, and more. 

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  • Legal Research and Writing
  • Practice Management & Marketing
The Intersection of Ethics, Inclusion, and Professionalism - The New Model Rule 8.4(g)

1.0 Elimination of Bias credit

Model Rule of Professional Conduct 8.4(g) now prohibits discrimination and harassment in all conduct related to the practice of law. Our presenters will discuss attorneys’ ethical obligations in the context of eliminating bias, fostering inclusion and professionalism, and avoiding "bad behavior" that can now rise to the level of a breach of the rules of professional conduct.

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The View from Washington: Health Care Reform One Year into the Trump Administration

1.0 Standard CLE credit

Hear from former high-level officials at the Department of Health and Human Services in Washington, D.C.  Topics covered include Key legislative, regulatory, and litigation developments, health insurance coverage, and Medicaid.

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  • Health Law
Top 10 Considerations When Drafting or Revising Construction and Design Contracts (of Any Size)

1.0 Standard CLE credit

The program will provide practical drafting tips for construction attorneys who are asked to review and revise construction and design contracts.

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  • Construction Law
Trial Books CLE - Conciliation Appeals

1.0 Standard CLE credit

Trial Books is a new practicelaw resource. Members provide a complete collection of successful trial documents, from "complaint to closing argument." These documents are then introduced in our Trial Books CLE series. In this presentation, Bryan Battina will review everything you need to know about your first conciliation court appeal.

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  • Litigation
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Trial Books CLE - Pleadings and Insurance Coverage – What Every Litigator Needs to Know

1.0 Standard CLE credit


All too often litigators ignore the important role insurance can play in litigation – both in terms of getting your client paid or making sure your client’s duty to defend is triggered. The purpose of this CLE is to give litigators a basic understanding of the role pleading practice can play in triggering or excluding insurance coverage. 

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Trial Ready Checklist

1.0 Standard credit

Pre-trial is over, the case didn’t settle, your trial date is set - now what? This short course will take you through what you need to think about and do to successfully and effectively prepare for your rapidly approaching trial. We will briefly review pre-trial and trial motions, voir dire, evidentiary and witness considerations, jury charge and verdict form issues, and protecting the record for appeal.

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  • Litigation
  • New Lawyer Essentials
Trust Accounting from 16th Century Ethics to 21st Century Computers

1.0 Ethics CLE credit

This course will tie the steps of trust accounting, including pooled IOLTA accounts, back to the text of the Rules. It will show how the methods for keeping trust accounts by computer have their source in specific requirements.

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Using Data, Networks and A.I. to Build a Future-Ready Practice

1.0 Standard CLE credit

This workshop will be an interactive presentation designed to elicit and address the opportunities and challenges of growing an agile, sustainable legal practice in a volatile, uncertain world.

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  • Practice Management & Marketing
  • Technology
Using the New Fastcase 7 Legal Research Platform to Better Help Clients

1.0 Standard CLE credit

Fastcase CEO Ed Walters will demonstrate the new Fastcase 7 platform, as well as a host of cool new features that will help occasional researchers search like a pro (and may teach pro researchers a few new tricks as well). 

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  • Legal Research and Writing
  • Technology
  • Practice Management & Marketing
  • Practice Management
Walking the Path of Healthcare Private Equity Transactions
1.0 Standard CLE credit

This session will outline emerging trends for healthcare organizations in private equity deals, including working with an investment banking firm, planning for due diligence, choosing the right private equity firm, negotiating transaction agreements, and working through unique regulatory issues. 

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  • Business Law
  • Health Law
What Solo and Small-Firm Lawyers Can Learn From Nonprofit Law Firms

1.0 Standard CLE credit

Join us for a conversation with Gender Justice's Lisa Stratton and Open Legal Services' Shantelle Argyle to learn how nonprofit law firms complement both public and private lawyers, and how they can serve as referral partners, teachers, and change agents in the community.

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  • nonprofit
  • Practice Management
  • Small Firm Practice
What You Cannot See Can Hurt You: Advising Clients on Digital Assets

1.0 Standard CLE credit

This one-hour presentation will walk practitioners through RevUFADAA and provide tips on how to assist clients with digital assets in their planning documents and in probate.

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  • Probate and Trust
What you need to know about USERRA and the Veteran's Preference Act

1.0 Standard CLE credit

Hear from Attorney and ESGR Ombudsman Mathew Meyer speak on state and federal legal requirements for military leave and provide tips for compliance. Attorney Charles Horowitz, who has represented numerous individuals in Veteran’s Preference Act hearings, including one case that went to the Minnesota Supreme Court, will also discuss the protections and procedures under that provision, as well as a few strategic tips for attorneys representing clients in this area. 

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  • Military and Veterans Law
  • Employment and Labor Law
What’s New with Community Mediation in Minnesota?

1.0 Standard CLE credit

During the CLE, representatives from the newly formed Community Mediation Minnesota (CMM) will give a presentation focused on the history and mission of CMM along with information on how ADR professionals can get involved in providing services throughout the state via remote mediation.

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  • ADR
Who's Covering Whom: Additional-Insured Claims in Construction Defect Litigation

1.0 Standard CLE credit

This program will discuss the applicability, scope, and statutory constraints of additional-insured coverage in construction defect litigation.

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  • Litigation
  • Construction Law
Workers' Compensation 101

1.0 Standard CLE credit

Attorneys Sara Stoltman and Laura Zajac will discuss the fundamentals of Minnesota workers’ compensation law.

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  • Employment and Labor Law
Would You Want the Judge to Read That?

1.0 Standard CLE credit

Best practices on advising your clients on their use of the internet, social media, and  protecting their email and financial account information during pending custody or marriage dissolution litigation.

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  • Family Law
Your Ethical Duty to Protect Private Information

1.0 Ethics CLE credit

Claude E. Ducloux, Board-Certified in both Civil Trial Law and Civil Appellate Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, and former Chair of the Texas Center for Legal Ethics will discuss a lawyer's duty to protect private client information.

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  • CATEGORY
  • Ethics
  • Technology
  • Practice Management & Marketing