|2021 CLE ONLINE OPPORTUNITIES AROUND CALIFORNIA|
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Monday, May 3 – 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm – 1.0 hour MCLE
UPL: A Letter From the Bar
Presentation will focus on the conversation surrounding the communications from the bar
and/or attorneys claiming members are committing UPL at the onset.
Non-member – $25.00
May 4, 2021 12:00 PM – No CLE, just interesting.
Behind the Scenes in Sacramento: A Conversation on Privacy Legislation with Lobbyist
A conversation with lobbyist Samantha Corbin on new developments in privacy law in California including potential amendments to the CCPA/CPRA, negotiations over B2B and employee exemptions, and other CPRA cleanup amendments. Corbin will also discuss the timing of new legislation and what CA lawyers should expect during the process. Corbin will also talk about the dynamics of Sacramento with new legislators and the notable absence of others including Hannah Beth Jackson who have played a dynamic role in the development of privacy law in California.
May 4 – 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM 1.5 General CLE Credits
Transferring Assets at Death: Do You Really Need Probate?
Overview: It may not be necessary to have an Executor appointed and to open a lengthy and cumbersome court-supervised probate proceeding in order to transfer ownership of assets from a decedent to his or her beneficiaries or heirs. This program will provide a framework
or analyzing whether a probate proceeding is needed and participants will learn when and how to use the numerous short-cut and summary procedures available to potentially avoid probate.
May 5 – 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM 1CLE
Women in Law and Leadership MCLE
Join BlueStar’s own Sarah Thompson, live on Wednesday, May 5th at 2 pm Central as she sits
down with Lenor Marquis Segal, Katherine Sams, Christine Binotti, and Claire Battle, 4 amazing female leaders in the field of law. The esteemed panel will be sharing their experiences, tips, and lessons learned whilst navigating and establishing themselves as a leader in the world of big law, from a female perspective. Among other topics, panelists will
discuss the importance of cross-discipline collaboration, developing a global perspective on diversity, how to speak truth to power and elevate those around you, and why personal branding and adopting healthy professional and personal wellness habits are critical to success. This is a wonderful opportunity for any woman in law, looking to break into
leadership roles in corporate legal, to learn from these Trailblazers, as well as for Ally’s, to learn how to support their female colleagues in achieving success. Attendees of this event
will be eligible for MCLE credit.
May 5, 2021 – 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM 1 Participatory MCLE Credits/1 Recognition and
Elimination of Bias
Why Diversity and Inclusion Matters; and What We Can Do About It
Listen to this webinar of Jonathan Mayes from Albertson discuss a challenging and important topic about eight common forms of bias and how we can identify and remove these barriers to greater success. Jonathan was the 2019 Annual Meeting Speaker and delivers powerful
personal stories throughout this webinar.
Non-CLA Member Price – $35.00
May 5, 2021 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM 1 Participatory MCLE Credits
Managing Your Firm’s Financial Health During Uncertain Times: A Primer on Fees, Billing & Collections
As challenges related to COVID-19 continue to emerge, we need to better understand the financial issues our law firms face in order to overcome them. Join us for a discussion on three primary areas of firm finances: setting fees, billing, and collections.
Non-CLA Member Price – $45.00
May 11 – 6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
May 11 MCLE* – Corporate Law or Real Estate Law (Topic to be confirmed)
FEE unknown at time of compiling this list.
May 11 – 12:00 – 1:15 p.m. MCLE: 1 Hour Legal Ethics
What Not to Do – Ethics Lessons Learned from Fictional Attorneys G211618
You know that feeling you get when you want to scream at the screen because a television show lawyer mishandled a legal ethics dilemma? In this CLE, we will set the stage with examples of how fictional attorneys handled a thorny issue, and then break down how the attorney got it wrong (or right) by applying the top ten professional conduct duties that we owe to clients. You may find that even Saul Goodman complies with the rules now and then. Attendee active participation is encouraged.
The Bedrock of Ethics: Competence, Communication and confidentiality
The lesser-known Diligence rule
Duties to organizational clients
$50 Nonmembers of BASF – All prices increase $10 on the day of the program. You don’t
need to be a member; but you need to create an account to register for BASF CLE.
May 11 – 12 to 1 – No CLE, just interesting.
Intro to Privacy – Fundamentals of Privacy
Starting from the basics, an overview of the fundamentals of privacy law and the principles that created the foundation for the current privacy legal landscape. We will be kicking off the Intro to Privacy series with a presentation on the Fundamentals of Privacy. Mark Aldrich, Senior Counsel, Research and Development at AirBnB, will be diving
into the principles behind privacy and how we evolved from a sectoral approach to protection of personal data to the omnibus approach we are at today.
May 19 – Noon to 1:00 p.m.
Zoom Tips & Tricks – brought to you by Steve Hill and CCPA – Thank you Steve!
Webinar includes best and worst practices while working on Zoom. Please send questions in
advance to: firstname.lastname@example.org
FREE – NO CLE – Bring your lunch and learn with us!
May 21 – 10 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
ADR: Evolving ADR Practice with ODR 2.5 MCLE Credit Hours
FEE unknown at time of compiling this list.
May 22 – 9:00 AM – 5:30 PM Online
Paralegal Day! – Trials 101
9:50 Welcome by SFPA president
10-11am Presentation 1- trial101- Sarah Murphy
11:15 to 12:15 Presentation 2- Presentation 3- trial notebook/CaseMap Alexander
Lubarsky Esq, Thompson Reuters
12:15-1pm Break- networking
1-2pm Presentation 3- creating exhibits- Jonathan Carey – LegalVisionSF
2:15 to 3:15pm Presentation 4- presenting at trial- Ted Brooks
CAPA Affiliate Members – $40.00 Registration code required Non-Members – $65.00