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Thursday, Jul. 26, 2007
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Upcoming CLE courses cover basics of estates, wills and depositions

For more information, or to sign up for the following programs, call Member Services at (617) 338-0530, download the latest CLE brochure as a PDF file or visit the CLE Web page.

How to Handle a Will Contest
Course #: PLI07
Tuesday, July 31, 4–7 p.m.
Suffolk University Law School, Boston

This informative seminar will provide an overview of the litigation strategies and practices used to challenge and defend a will from both plaintiff and defendant perspectives. Our expert panel will also provide practice tips to help attorneys minimize the risks of facing a will contest in the future.

 

Basics of Developing an Estate Plan
Course #: PLJ07
Thursday, Aug. 2, 4–7 p.m.
Boston University Law School, 765 Commonwealth Ave., room 1570, Boston

Estate planning can provide the foundation for a rewarding law practice. To ensure that you are providing the best estate planning service to your clients, attend this seminar to learn practical pointers for developing an estate plan from beginning to end. Participants will also gain knowledge of issues concerning estate tax, planning for long-term care (Medicaid) and providing for minors. Learn from our experts in the field of estate planning.

 

Handling Depositions With Confidence
Course #: CLU07
Thursday, Aug. 9, 2–5 p.m.
Boston University Law School, 765 Commonwealth Ave., room 1570, Boston

This seminar is a unique opportunity for attorneys with little or no experience in taking depositions to learn how to handle specific issues that may arise when preparing for, taking or defending a deposition. Topics will include: understanding the “usual stipulations”; knowing when one should be “on the record” or “off the record”; how to handle difficult opposing counsel; and more.

 

Casemaker Training
Course #: CASEV07
Thursday, August 9, 4-5:15 p.m.
Elms College, Chicopee

Casemaker has had many new features added, including: CaseCheck, an enhanced case law search results function, database availability for all 50 states, nationwide collections of combined Supreme Court and ethics opinions and more. This training session will be held in a computer lab setting that will provide participants with the use of a computer and online access to Casemaker.

NOTE: Because space at Casemaker trainings is limited, online enrollment is not available. To register for a Casemaker training session, call Member Services at (617) 338-0530 or toll-free at (877) 676-6500.

 

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