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The Legal Educational Conference

Course Number: LAW 811

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A full day of continuing legal education, professional networking, exhibitors, employers, and professional development.  Get valuable insight on today’s legal profession and its future, and listen to in-depth presentations by experts and practitioners from key areas. Workshop topics and speakers:

  • Limited License Legal Technician (1 hour Participatory MCLE credit)--Paula Littlewood, Executive Director, Washington State Bar Association and Stephen R. Crossland, Chair, Washington State Limited License Legal Technician Board
  • Civility in the Legal Field  (1 hour Participatory MCLE credit in Legal Ethics)--Jay Horn, Attorney, American Board of Trial Advocates
  • Essence of the Legal Profession in California  (1 hour Participatory MCLE credit)--Kristine Custodio, ACP, President, California Association of Legal Assistants
  • Ethical use of  Email and Social Media (1 hour Participatory MCLE credit in Legal Ethics)--Honorable Jack Lucky, Judge, Superior Court of Riverside County
  • Professional Branding (1 hour Participatory MCLE credit)--Karen Maheu, Division Director, Beacon Hill Legal

Special note:  If you are a member of a Paralegal Association, or currently a student, call Student Services at (951) 827-4105 to receive discounted fees.  Members of Paralegal Associations are entitled to a $20 discount (Total fee: $70) and students receive a $40 discount (Total fee: $50). 

MCLE: 5 hours (including 2 hours of Ethics)

Prerequisites

Applicable Certificates

No Applicable Certificates

Starting May 6 : Classroom-based

Section Code: 164CPL020

Course Fees:

$90 (Non Credit)

Instructor:

Kenneth Steven Blake

K. Steven Blake, J.D., is the co-founder and general counsel of Ride N Care, Inc., a Santa Monica-based startup focused on transportation logistics for seniors, care facilities and hospitals throughout the US. He has more than 25 years of experience including serving as general counsel for four startups. Mr. Blake is a champion for law department best practices and brings a unique perspective to our Paralegal Studies program, having worked side-by-side with exceptional paralegals in law firm, government and corporate in-house settings.

Schedule:

Sat 8:00 am-5:00 pm
May 6, 2017

Call Student Services (951) 827-4105 to receive the following fees: $50 Students; $70 Members of Paralegal Associations

1 Meeting

Location:

UCR Extension CenterMap

Section Notes:

None.

Textbook:

No Textbook Required.

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