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The practical skills required for running and growing your practice are covered in titles California Basic Practice Handbook, California Client Communications Manual, and Fee Agreement Forms Manual, among other valuable resources. These publications are also available in OnLAW, which gives you the added advantages of the web: speed, search capabilities, portability, and links to cited cases and codes. We have many CLE webinars and On Demand programs that address Law Practice Skills as well.

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Marijuana Law Update

Join renowned cannabis attorney and blogger Hilary Bricken for a discussion of the most pressing issues that have arisen in the marijuana industry so far this year. 


1 Hour MCLE Credit



Outsourcing for Solos and Small Firm Attorneys

This program is focused on helping solo and small firm lawyers identify opportunities to outsource and develop delegation skills. Learn how to select the right projects to delegate, give clear instructions and feedback, and avoid micromanaging or abdicating responsibility while delegating.


1 Hour MCLE credit

Protecting Client Privacy in the Cloud

Whether you realize it or not, your data is already in the cloud, and you have an ethical duty to both preserve and protect client data & confidentiality as well as your own. This program provides you with the information you need to engage with the cloud and make better technology decisions for your practice on data storage, social media engagement, and communication methods.


1 Hour MCLE Credit, including 1 Hour in Legal Ethics



The Ethics of Social Media

Learn how to ethically engage with social media. Cosponsored by California Women Lawyers.


1 Hour MCLE Credit



The Importance of IT Hygiene for Attorneys

Learn what practices will ensure your tech is keeping your clients’ data and your privileged confidential documents safe in this seminar.  Join techie and attorney Sabir Ibrahim for a review of past IT failings that have had devastating consequences for firms and companies, and guidance on how you can protect against breaches and ensure your tech practices satisfy your ethical obligations to your clients.


1.5 Hours MCLE Credit including 1.5 Hours in Legal Ethics


The New Rules of Professional Conduct: Discrimination and Competence

The new Rules of Professional Conduct include major changes to the anti-discrimination and competence provisions. In this program, Rules Revision Commission member Carol Langford breaks down these new rules and tell you what you need to know to meet your ethical duties in your practice.


1 Hour MCLE Credit, including 0.5 Hours in Competence and 0.5 Hours in Elimination of Bias


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