California 25 Credit Gold Rush Bundle with Ethics, Elimination of Bias, and Competence Issues (1 Year of Access)

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California 25 Credit Gold Rush Bundle with Ethics, Elimination of Bias, and Competence Issues

All Courses are approved by The State Bar of California – Esquire CLE Provider #17157

All Credits are Participatory Credits 

 

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California 25 Credit Gold Rush Bundle with Ethics, Elimination of Bias, and Competence Issues

All Courses are approved by The State Bar of California – Esquire CLE Provider #17157

All Credits are Participatory Credits 

Bundle Courses Include:

Athlete Agency Law (1.25 Credit)

Attorney’s Guide to Online Defamation & Website Removal (1 Credit)

NFL Contract Advisors – “So You Want To Be An Agent” (1.75 Credits)

Domestic violence as intimate terrorism: mitigation for criminal defense lawyers (1.25 Credits)

Talc Litigation: Cross-examination of a Lung Cancer Plaintiff (1.25 Credit)

Banking for the Non-Banking Attorney (1.25 Credits)

Talc Litigation: A Primer (1.25 Credit)

Preparing Clients for Deposition: An Investment in Performance (1.25 Credit)

The Federal False Claims Act: Enforcement and Recent Updates (1 Credit)

Psychosocial Evaluations and Consultation in Civil Litigation: Strategies to Understand and Humanize the Client (1.25 Credit)

Entity Formation 101 (1 Credit)

Anti Money Laundering for Business Lawyers (1.25 Credit)

Pre-judgment Writs of Attachment / Possession (1 Credit)

California Landlord-Tenant Law Overview (1 Credit)

Cultural Competence: Recognizing Implicit Bias (1 Elimination of Bias Credit)

Principles of a Successful Jury Trial (1 Credit)

Off the Clock: Professional Ethics On Personal Time (1 Ethics Credit)

Civility and Professionalism: The Art of Graceful Disagreement (1 Ethics Credit)

Leveling the Playing Field: The Elimination of Bias in the Legal Profession (1 Elimination of Bias Credit)

No One Makes It Out Unscathed: The Effects of Personal Trauma and Stress On Our Lives (1 Competence Issues Credit)

Ethics in Business Law (1.25 Ethics Credits)

Ethically Keeping Your Client’s Trust Even When Things Go Wrong (1 Ethics Credit)

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