What You Need to Know: An Overview of the Indiana Disciplinary Commission – Course #331232
Presented by Akash Burney, Indiana Supreme Court Disciplinary Commission and Julie Bennett, Indiana Supreme Court Disciplinary Commision
1 CLE/1 Ethics
What you need to know about the Indiana Disciplinary Commission process, step-by-step.
Bankruptcy and Divorce: What Every Family Law Practitioner Should Know – Course #331231
Presented by Kevin Kinkade, Kinkade and Associates
Do you represent a client filing for divorce and debating also filing for bankruptcy? Understand the ins and outs, pros and cons, and general info your client, and you, should know about bankruptcy and divorce.
Saving Your Clients Money While Still Earning Your Fee – Course #331230
Presented by William Krowl, Yocum Law Office
1 CLE/1 Ethics
This course will cover: What is In Forma Pauperis?; State Fee Waiver – Trial Court and Appellate Court; Federal Court Fee Waivers – Trial Court and Appellate Court; Equal Access to Justice Act.
Working with Non-English Speaking Clients and Court Interpreters – Course # 331229
Presented by Laura Tomes, Financial Officer and Language Access Coordinator, Vanderburgh Superior Court
1 CLE/1 ETHICS
Working with non-english speaking clients can be challenging and rewarding. To better serve those clients, the participant will have a better understanding of the barriers his or her client may face as cases proceed through the ju …
What Employment Law Practitioners Should Know About Immigration – Course #331228
Presented by David Guerrettaz, Ziemer Stayman Weitzel & Shoulders
What the Employment Law Practitioner Should Know About Immigration and Representing Employers of Non-Citizens.
Fundamentals of Family Law: What Every Attorney Should Know – Course #331227
Presented by Garvin Senn, Legal Aid Society of Evansville
Basics of Family Law that every law practitioner should know, whether practicing Family Law, or not.
Who is the Client? A Legal Ethics CLE that Explores Duties of Loyalty and Confidentiality – Course #3331226
Presented by A.J. Singleton, Stoll Keenon Ogden
1 CLE/1 Ethics
A legal ethics CLE presentation addressing issues related to client identification in the client-lawyer relationship, with a particular focus on transactional representations and estate planning and administration representations; …
Show Me the Money – Documenting the Seller Financing Transaction – Course #331225
Presented by Laura Scott, Farmer Scott Ozete Robinson & Schmitt
How do seller financing transactions arise? Laura Scott discusses what should be done when the owner of a business decides they want to sell their business and would like to provide the financing to the buyer.
What Not to Do, Not to Say, and Not to Wear in Court! – Course #331224
Presented by Judge Melissa S. May, Indiana Court of Appeals
1 CLE/1 Ethics
Indiana Court of Appeals Judge Melissa S. May shares tips and tricks of what not to do, say and wear when you go to court!
The Nuts and Bolts of Protective Orders – Course #331212
Presented by Hon. Mary Margaret Lloyd, Vanderburgh Superior Court
Understand the nuts and bolts of protective orders with a perspective from the courts and law enforcement.
The Business of Practice – Accounting and Financial Hot Topics – Course #331211
Presented by Brad Minor, Blue & Co.; Thomas Wagner, Blue & Co.
As a solo or small firm practitioner, these are the hot topics you need to know to practice in this business.
Signed and Sealed: Indiana Expungements – The Law, The Process, The Forms – Course #331209
Presented by Hon. Les Shively, Vanderburgh Superior Court; Tanisha Carothers, Carothers Law; Dawnya Taylor, Taylor Law Office; Scott Wylie, Pro Bono Indiana
3 CLE/1 Ethics
As a general law practitioner, you have been interested in expungements but haven’t ever completed one? This course takes you through Expungements 101: The Fundamentals;
Changes In the Law and Court to Allow Easier Processing and …
Indiana’s Red Flag Law: Practical Considerations – Course #331208
Presented by Greg Freyberger, Barber & Bauer
In this course, our presenter will discuss the history of Indiana’s Jake Laird Law, or “Red Flag” statute, definitions, and procedures.
The Write Stuff: Tips On Writing Letters, Briefs, Digital Pleadings and Proposed Orders – Course #331207
Presented by Hon. Melissa S. Brown, Indiana Court of Appeals; Hon. Elaine Brown, Indiana Court of Appeals; Hon. Leanna Weissmann, Indiana Court of Appeals; Yvette LaPlante, LaPlante LLP
2 CLE/1 Ethics
With a panel of Judges from the Indiana Court of Appeals and an appellate practitioner, explore tips for writing letters, briefs, digital pleadings, and proposed orders. The panel includes Judge Melissa S. May, Judge Elaine Brow …
Commercial Court Update 2022 – Course #331205
Presented by Hon. Tom Massey, Vanderburgh Superior Court; Jim Casey, Ziemer, Stayman, Weitzel & Shoulders; Jim Johnson, Jackson Kelly
This course offers the background and history of the formation of the Commercial Courts in Indiana; the viewpoint of a practitioner’s experience in the new Commercial Court; and, a Judicial perspective from the bench of the Vander …
Top Ten Takeaways About Indiana’s New Advanced Directive – Course #331204
Presented by Jeffrey Dible, Frost Brown Todd
Beginning July 1, 2021 Hoosiers became able to sign a single, new type of health care advanced directive to replace three older types under pre-2021 law: The durable power of attorney containing health care power under I.C. 30-5, …
Probate Administration A-Z: Understanding the Probate Process from Opening to Distribution – Course #331192
Presented by Reed Schmitt, Dentons Bingham Greenebaum
DWI for Dummies – Course #331195
Presented by Mark Foster, Foster, O'Daniel, Hambidge & Lynch
Have you ever received a call from a client, friend, or family member, and they have been arrested for DWI? Learn what you can do to help them without committing malpractice. This will be an essential guide for representing indivi …
What to Know About Supported Decisions Making: Lawyer Edition – Course #331196
Presented by Melissa Keyes, Executive Director, Indiana Disability Rights
Melissa Keyes, Executive Director of Indiana Disability Rights, will provide information on supported decision making philosophy and legislation. Participants will receive sample forms and templates and resources for incorporating …
Be an Access to Justice Hero: Tips and Strategies for Successful Pro Bono Representation – Course #331197
Presented by R. Scott Wylie, Director, Pro Bono Indiana
1 CLE/1 Ethics
Attendees will gain insight into the challenges presented by pro bono service and the systems in place to support volunteer representation, including recent changes to the Rules of Professional Conduct. The program will cover di …
1031 Exchange: Legal and Practical Considerations – Course 331198
Presented by Chris Wischer – Stoll Keenon Ogden and Joe Kiefer, President and Managing Broker – Hahn Kiefer Real Estate Services
What is a Like-Kind Exchange and how does it work? Under Section 1031 of the United States Internal Revenue Code, a taxpayer may defer recognition of capital gains on the exchange of like-kind real property. This course covers …
Ethical Lessons from The Godfather – Course #331199
Presented by Judge Margret Robb, Indiana Court of Appeals
1 CLE/1 Ethics
Wildly regarded as one of the greatest films of all time, The Godfather focuses on the powerful Italian-American crime family of Don Vito Corleone. In this course, Judge Margret Robb interprets what the unwritten rules from the mo …
Lifecycle of an LLC: Creating, Voluntarily Dissolving and Reinstating – Course #331201
Presented by William Cartwright
In this course, Will Cartwright discusses the lifecycle of an LLC from creation, dissolution to reinstatement.
The Nuts and Bolts of Expunging Your Client’s Convictions – Course #331202
Presented by Judge Les Shively and Shaunda Lynch
Expungement law is not intended to only clean a person’s criminal record, it is intended to help change someone’s life. This course will give you an overview of the law of expungements, how it works and tips from the practitione …