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Our On Demand library is deep and wide—over 900 hours of programs in Business Law, Civil Litigation & Torts, Criminal Law, Employment Law, Estate Planning, Family Law, Law Practice Skills, Public Law, Real Property, and the State Bar’s special requirements (required subjects) of Legal Ethics, Competence Issues, and Recognition and Elimination of Bias in the Legal Profession and Society.

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An Introduction to Summary Judgment Motions

This program provides an overview of bringing and opposing summary judgment motions, as well as what to do and when to do it. Join Jonathan Deer in discussing the practical and strategic tips for this critical phase of a case.

 

1.5 hours MCLE Credit

 

An Overview of Capacity and Undue Influence

Trusts and estates attorneys are routinely called upon to determine the capacity of clients or potential clients. But how do you determine if someone has legal capacity? Or is being inappropriately influenced by relatives, caregivers or friends? Making the appropriate determination of how to proceed as an attorney once incapacity is recognized is key for appropriate representation. Join Joe Morrill and Heather Matsumoto Hoekstra as they discuss these issues and more.

 

1.5 hours MCLE Credit, including 1.5 hours in Legal Ethics

Anatomy of an Appeal

Join appellate experts Noreen Evans and Deirdre Kingsbury as they discuss the fundamentals of civil appellate practice. The presenters give you a basic outline of potential pitfalls and rules you need to know as pertaining to civil and family law appeals.

 

1.5 Hours MCLE Credit

Anticipating Appeals in Family Law Cases

Although attorneys don’t usually think about the possibility of an appeal until trial, many important family law decisions have been the result of appeals and writs taken on short cause matters. This program will help you prepare your family law case for the possibility of appeal throughout its pendency.

 

1 Hour MCLE Credit

Specialization: Family Law

Anticipating Parole for Nonviolent Felons Under Prop. 57

Learn how the defense and prosecution of felonies will change as California implements Proposition 57’s new credit authorization and new parole consideration for nonviolent felons excluding the imposition of enhancements, consecutive sentence, and alternative sentences. 

 

1 hour MCLE Credit. Specialization: Criminal Law

 

 

Anticipating the Immigration Consequences of Criminal Convictions

Attorneys have an affirmative duty to thoroughly understand the immigration consequences of criminal conviction and accurately advise their noncitizen clients. This program will familiarize you with this complex area of law and the importance of defense counsel’s role in investigating, mitigating, and ideally avoiding immigration consequences arising from criminal cases.

 

1.5 Hours MCLE Credit with Specialization in Criminal Law

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