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On Demand Webinar Library
Listed below are SU Law's Audio and Video CLE webinars that are available for purchase. AV CLE Credits are self-reported. You can report AV credits by accessing your "My WSBA" page or contacting WSBA.
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A selection of ethics programs from past years, especially featuring Professors John Strait and David Boerner, nationally known ethics experts.
Chief Justice Barbara Madsen, Justice Charlie Wiggins, Chief Judge Laurel Siddoway, Division 3, Judge Brad Maxa, Division 2, Judge Michael Trickey, Division 1, Acting Chief Judge Jim Verellen, Division 1, Chief Judge Michael S. Spearman, Division 1, and Chief Disciplinary Counsel Doug Ende talk with top practitioners about the most important issues in appellate practice.
Age discrimination cases are a growing area of litigation; wage disputes are a complex and important area in employment law. This program is designed to provide both a foundation for the general practitioner in engaging these cases and providing practical tools to aid reaching a successful conclusion to the case. Using the most recent age and wage case law in Washington State and US Supreme Courts this seminar will provide both tools and insights into these difficult practice areas.
The Defender Initiative Fifth Annual Conference on Public Defense took place on March 6, 2015 at Seattle University School of Law.
The Ebola crisis crosses so many jurisdictions and involves so many important issues at the National, Statewide and Local levels. This program will address: what have we learned and legally established from past health issues (tuberculosis, SARS, etc.) and how Ebola is both similar and different from earlier issues; and what is needed in moving forward.
Seminars from the 2014 calendar year, ranging from Supreme Court decisions to public defense.
Seminars from the 2013 calendar year, covering ethics, the new marijuana law, and practice management.
Seminars from the 2011 calendar year, covering topics such as Wall Street reform, civil rights advocacy, and LGBT families.
These courses provide guidance for business development and managing your practice in the 21st century.
Tribal Governmental Business Law was the focus for the 2014 Summer Practice Academy's Indian Law Certificate Program. The five-session program was spread over two and a half days from June 25 through June 27, 2014 and included sessions on labor and employment law, supreme court barriers to land acquisition, energy development, internet gaming, and trends and developments in taxation. These webinars may be purchased individually or in a five-session package.