continuing legal education


2019 & 2020 CLE REMINDER:     The TN Supreme Court has suspended its rule limiting “distance-learning” hours. Remaining 2019, and all 2020 hours may be earned through approved online programs.

Upcoming & Ongoing Presentations

March 24th, 2020 and ongoing

Presented By: Memphis Bar Assoc.
Location: MBA website

Taking Your Office Remote

March 24th and ongoing
.5 Hours Dual CLE Credit in TN

Self-study CLE through the Memphis Bar Association about what to do when you need to quickly take your office to a remote practice. This course has been approved by the Tennessee Commission on Continuing Legal Education for a maximum of .5 hours of dual credit. 

March 27th, 2020

Presented By: Tech4Lawyers
Location: Remote Webcast

Sale!
1.0 Hour Dual
$40.00 $30.00

  • March 27th, 2020 1:00pm to 2:00pm CST
  • 1 Hour Dual CLE Credit in TN
Live Webinar Continuing Legal Education Event. This course has been approved by the Tennessee Commission on Continuing Legal Education for a maximum of 1 hour of credit. (TCCLES ID: 259045) The Webinar will cover how to deal with client data on your personal device, including how to manage a border crossing with your personal device and methods for dealing with client data on personal devices day-to-day.

Previous Presentations

December 4th, 2019

@ 12:00pm

Memphis Bar Assoc.,
145 Court Ave., #301
Memphis, TN 38103

1.0 Dual Credit

Ethical Obligation to Client Data on Personal Devices

We all communicate with our clients using personal devices. Whether you’re using a laptop to access client files, or texting sensitive information about your case, do you know what reasonable precautions to take? We are holding a lunch-and-learn CLE with the Memphis Bar Association on December 4th to help you make that determination. We will talk about how to spot client data on your devices, how to clean that data, and we’ll go through a specific case-study on protecting your data during a legal search of your devices.

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October 31st, 2019

11:30 to 4:30

What to do at U.S. Border Crossings

U.S. Border crossings provide a lowered expectation of privacy for you and your belongings. What steps should an attorney take prior to crossing the border and during a potential search to protect his or her client information? Zack joins a group of excellent legal technology speakers for Nashville Bar Association’s Annual Solo and Small Law Firm Institute.

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