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3 Great NBA Seminars shown as video replays Register for 1, 2 or get a discount on all 3


JULY 25, 2013 9:00a.m. - 4:50p.m. TAKE 1, 2 OR ALL 3 COURSES! Register
 

10:30 a.m. Registration & Check-In for Course Materials

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11:00 A.M. – 12:00 P.M.
GETTING ALONG WITH OTHERS:
GUIDANCE FROM THE BENCH ON HOW ATTORNEYS SHOULD DEAL WITH THE COURT, PRO SE LITIGANTS, AND EACH OTHER

(Seminar originally conducted on November 14, 2012)

CREDIT: 1.0 CLE Hour – Dual-LIVE credit


OVERVIEW: Do you get along with opposing counsel? Is it okay to call the court ex parte? How do you handle a pro se litigant? Based on her years of experience as an attorney and on the bench, Judge Amanda McClendon discusses these topics and offers her insights into how attorneys should interact with the court, with pro se litigants, and with each other. Judge McClendon points to the ethical rules and professional norms that govern these interactions, and she addresses questions on the subject from the audience that attended the original seminar.

YOU WILL BENEFIT KNOWING:

  •      1. The dos and don’ts of communicating with the court.
  1.      2. How to most effectively represent your client against a pro se litigant.
  2.      3. The ethical rules and general guidelines of professionalism govern your dealings with
  3.          opposing counsel.
  4.      4. Mistakes the court most often sees lawyers make in this area.

FACULTY:   HON. AMANDA MCCLENDON
                     Judge, Second Circuit Court, Davidson County
                     TAYLOR SUTHERLAND
                     Rocky McElhaney Law Firm, PC

VIDEO MODERATOR:   TO BE ANNOUNCED
                                         

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  1. 12:30 – 1:00 p.M.
    60 LITIGATION TECHNOLOGY TIPS AND TRICKS IN 60 MINUTES


    (Seminar originally conducted on October 25, 2012)
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  3. CREDIT: 1.0 CLE Hour – Dual-LIVE credit


    OVERVIEW: Take a fast and furious ride to find out about the latest Apps and fantastic litigation technology. 

  4. You’ll take-away tips, tricks and key websites.

    ORIGINAL SEMINAR:

    FACULTY:   PAUL J. UNGER, ESQ.
                         CEO of HMU Consulting, Inc.
                         TAYLOR SUTHERLAND
                         Rocky McElhaney Law Firm, PC

    PRODUCER:  SUSAN BLAIR

                              Nashville Bar Association

PAUL UNGER: is the CEO of HMU Consulting, Inc. and founding principal of Affinity Consulting Group, LLC, a nationwide consulting company providing legal technology consulting, training, and continuing legal education.  Unger served as chair of the American Bar Association TECHSHOW planning board in 2011 and is an active member of the American, Ohio State and Columbus bar associations, American Association of Continuing Legal Education, Ohio Association for Justice, and the American Society of Trial Consultants.  He has delivered hundreds of legal technology CLE programs across the country.

VIDEO MODERATOR:   TO BE ANNOUNCED

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  2. 1:45 – 2:45 P.M.
    ELEPHANTS DON’T GET ULCERS - WHY LAWYERS ARE SMART ENOUGH TO MAKE THEMSELVES SICK


    (Seminar originally conducted on December 7, 2012)
  3.  
  4. CREDIT: 1.0 CLE Hour – Dual-LIVE credit


    OVERVIEW: Great minds are most at risk for anxiety and burnout.  New research shows that prolonged stress can actually change brain chemistry.

    I am now the most miserable man living                Abraham Lincoln, January 1, 1841

    THE SESSION WILL HELP YOU:

    •      1. Calm the mind
           2. Effectively face anxiety (both at home and in the workplace)
           3. Survive emotional storms
           4. Develop resiliency skills
           5. Identify resources when help is needed
  5. ORIGINAL SEMINAR:

    • FACULTY:  LAURA MCCLENDON, MA, LEAP
                           Executive Director, Tennessee Lawyers Assistance Program – TLAP

    • PRODUCER:  BRIAN CARROLL
                               Tennessee Department of Transportation


  1. VIDEO MODERATOR:   TO BE ANNOUNCED
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    • COST:

INDIVIDUAL SEMINARS:
Received before or on JULY 23:
$45 NBA member; $55 non-member

Received after JULY 23:
$55 NBA member; $65 non-member

ALL 3 SEMINARS:
DISCOUNTED FEE:
$115 NBA member; $150 non-member
RECEIVED BEFORE OR BY JULY 23
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Registration must be received on or before JULY 23 to guarantee written materials at the program. No refunds will be issued after the registration deadline; however, a substitute may attend for a registered participant.

 


 

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NOTE LOCATION:
NASHVILLE BAR ASSOCIATION
Conference Center

One Nashville Place, Suite 1050
Nashville, Tennessee 615-242-9272
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Parking:Garages on 4th Avenue, Commerce Street and Main Library on 7th Avenue
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SERIES PRODUCERS:
SUSAN BLAIR
CLE Director, Nashville Bar Association

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TN CLE Requirements: 
Fifteen hours per year, including three hours of Ethics & Professionalism. Must be reported by December 31.

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