Lawyers e-Journal

Thursday, May. 26, 2011
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MBA Centennial Conference Co-Chairs Marsha V. Kazarosian and Douglas K. Sheff.

MBA Centennial Conference attendees participate in educational tracks on Young Lawyers, Litigation and Substantive legal topics

The MBA's Centennial Conference kicked-off on Wednesday, May 18 with a half-day of continuing legal education programming and continued with a full-day of programming on Thursday, May 19. The conference featured three concurrent CLE tracks, including:

Litigation Track

  • Hot Issues in Discovery; Crafting a Winning Theme -- From Soup to Nuts; Effective Use of Evidence During Your Case; Direct-and Cross-Examination of Expert Witnesses; Convincing the Judges: Practical Advice for Litigators; Voir Dire

Substantive Law Track

  • Family Law Update; Trends in Employment Law; Uniform Probate Code Update; Criminal Law -- A View from the Courts; Secret Weapons for the Personal Injury Attorney; Tax Implications in Real Estate Transactions

Young Lawyers Track

  • Running Your Law Practice on a Shoestring Budget; Limited Assistance Representation Open Forum; Social Media for Lawyers; Technology From Your Office to the Courtroom; Networking Strategies for the Successful Attorney; 60 Sites to Bring Your Firm Into the Future

Click here to view photos from May 18-19 Centennial Conference CLE programming.


Look in the June issue of
Lawyers Journal for full coverage of the commemorative events.

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