On Demand Ethics CLEs

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Ethics CLEs

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DWI, Veterans, and Drug Treatment Courts in Minnesota: Best Practices, How they Work, And Ethical Considerations

2.0 Standard & 1.0 Ethics credits


This 3-hour program includes a segment on 'Best Practices for Treatment Courts' from Abby Kuschel,  the State Treatment Court Coordinator for the Minnesota Judicial Branch, a panel discussion on 'How Treatment Courts actually are implemented in Minnesota: Common practices and differences from County to County,' and the final ethical presentation from Judge Jill Eichenwald on 'When does the Attorney need to be with the Client in Court?'

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  • CATEGORY
  • Military and Veterans Law
  • Ethics
  • Criminal Law
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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  • CATEGORY
  • Practice Management
  • Technology
  • New Lawyer Essentials
  • Ethics
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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  • CATEGORY
  • Practice Management & Marketing
  • Ethics