Masterclass Professional: Legal Research Using Westlaw

Join us as we breakdown this Westlaw training session into four areas: How to use different search techniques to find what you’re looking for. How to use filters to narrow down large results. Understanding the structure of cases and statutes and whether they’re still good law. Using folders to keep track of and share what…
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Supreme Court Report: Volume 31, Issue 7

      February 27, 2024 Volume 31, Issue 7 This Report summarizes opinions issued on February 8 and 21, 2024 (Part I).   Part I: Opinions McElrath v. Georgia, 22-721. The Court unanimously held that the Double Jeopardy Clause bars retrial of a defendant for a crime on which he was previously acquitted―even where…

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Masterclass Series: Ethical Obligations in the Era of E-Discovery

In this program, panelists discuss the importance of ethics and professional conduct when dealing with electronically stored information (ESI). Topics covered include honesty, preserving information, negotiating discovery scope, and producing ESI. The program also covers the use of predictive coding, seed set, and best practices. Additionally, experts discuss the challenges of compiling and producing ESI…
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2024 Consumer Protection Spring Conference

This year’s event aims to address pressing and relevant consumer protection issues facing attorney general offices. Wednesday morning and Thursday’s and Friday’s sessions are open to attorney general office staff only. On Wednesday, from approximately noon until 7:30 p.m., the private, nonprofit, and government sectors are invited to attend the public portion of the conference,…

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Charities Webinar: College and University Closures/The Role of Charity Regulators

Hosted in Conjunction with the National Association of State Charities Officials (NASCO) Over the past few years colleges and universities have closed their doors due to declining enrollment, resulting in financial distress. The National Association of State Charity Officials has partnered with NAAG to address a host of issues this situation poses for charity regulators. …

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Supreme Court Report: Volume 31, Issue 6

      January 24, 2024 Volume 31, Issue 6 This Report summarizes cases granted review on January 5, 12, and 22, 2024 (Part I).   Part I: Cases Granted Review Trump v. Anderson, 23-719.  The Court will resolve whether the Colorado Supreme Court erred in ordering former President Donald Trump to be excluded from…

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Masterclass Professional | Handling Conflict at Work

We all learned reading, writing, and arithmetic in grade school, but conflict resolution wasn’t on the syllabus. Between family, finances, and the constant demands of bosses and co-workers, handling conflict in the office is inevitable. What you will learn: The conflict fallacy that often holds staff and managers alike hostage How to stop conflict before…
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Consumer Protection 101

This is an introductory-level training for attorneys tasked with enforcing consumer protection laws and who have three years or less of consumer-related experience. This training gives participants an introduction to fundamental consumer law concepts, and practical approaches to overcoming challenges encountered when enforcing consumer protection laws. Experienced faculty combine presentations and skills sessions to build…
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Questions and Answers: LexisNexis Legal Research

Join us for the first Masterclass Professional webinar of 2024 and take another look at performing legal research using LexisNexis. Submit your questions on areas and topics on LexisNexis and we’ll answer them. So, sign up today and let us know what you would like to know about using LexisNexis. Speaker Adam Millay, Training Consultant,…
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Advanced Trial Techniques

The recommended audience is attorneys with at least moderate experience examining witnesses.   This intensive, learn-by-doing skills program teaches attorneys different aspects trial practice through a series of presentations and performances across a three-day live session. Training topics include: Understand the significance of building a case theory during investigation and discovery Recognize strategies for selecting and…
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