2012–13 Alumni CLE Series

Please join us for another great year of stimulating and affordable CLE programs presented by Mitchell faculty and alumni. This year our Alumni CLE series features 15 different 90-minute programs on topics ranging from The Affordable Care Act to Family Law to Ethics for Criminal Defense Lawyers. Fee and registration information is below. All CLEs are available via webcast, and walk-ins are always welcome!

Thursday, Sept. 13, 7:30–9 am

U.S. Supreme Court Review

Professors Michael Steenson and Mehmet Konar-Steenberg

Friday, Sep. 28, noon– 1:30 pm

Medical Assistance 101: Planning for Long Term Care

William L. Brown ’94

Friday, Oct. 19, noon–1:30 pm

Social Media and the Workplace: What Every Employer and Employee Needs to Know

Teresa Thompson ’94

Friday, Nov. 16, noon–1:30pm

The Why and How of Accelerated Worldwide Patent Filings

Mark DiPietro and Lori Sarageno ’06

Friday, Dec. 14, noon–1:30pm

Failures, Screw-ups, and Unknowns (and why they can be good for you)

Dyan Williams ’05

Thursday, Jan. 10, 7:30–9am

The Appellate Court’s Standard of Review of Pre–trial and Trial Court’s Evidence Rulings

Friday, Jan. 25, noon–1:30pm

Preventive Detention Schemes in Germany and Minnesota: Recent Developments in the Application of the European Convention on Human Rights

Dean Eric Janus

Thursday, Feb. 7, 7:30–9 am

Ethical Issues for Transactional Lawyers

Professor Greg Duhl & Jaclyn Millner ’09

Friday, Feb. 22, noon–1:30pm

What’s Hot (and What’s Not) in Family Law

Allison Marshall ’05

Thursday, Mar. 14, 7:30–9am

Torts in the Courts

Professors David Prince and Mike Steenson

Friday, Mar. 29, noon–1:30pm

Bankruptcy Basics: What every lawyer should know

Michael Sheridan ’08

Thursday, Apr. 11, 7:30–9am

LLC Double Feature—Using Member Control Agreements for:

  • Binding Arbitration that ACTUALLY binds the real parties in the deal
  • Modifying or Eliminating Fiduciary Duties

Professor Dan Kleinberger

Thursday, April 25, 7:30–9 am

What You Need to Know to Succeed in Court: Perspectives from Law Clerks

Jennifer Young ’09 and Michelle Anderson-Horecka ’09

Friday, May 17, noon–1:30 pm

Whose Case is it Anyway? Ethical Decision Making for Criminal Defense Lawyers

Professor Brad Colbert

Friday, June 14, noon–1:30 pm

The ACA Today: Where Health Care Reform Stands in 2013

Kate Johansen ’09

FREE for ’11–12 grads, and current students, faculty, and staff

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$20 to attend in person (use discount code “CLASSROOM”); $30 to attend via webinar

Application has been made for 1.5 hours of CLE credit (Standard, except for the 2 Ethics CLEs)