Practice and Procedure

Witness: The Honorable Practice of Bankruptcy

Witness: The Honorable Practice of Bankruptcy

$50.00
$50.00

Consumer Workshop I: My Cousin Vinny: Evidence and Trial Skills

Consumer Workshop I: My Cousin Vinny: Evidence and Trial Skills in Consumer Bankruptcy Cases, Including Challenges in Consumer Representation: Part I

For part II, visit https://cle.abi.org/product/my-cousin-vinny-evidence-and-trial-skills-co...

$50.00
$50.00

NO CLE - Nobody Understands Me: How the Hybrid Role of a Chapter 13 Trustee Affects Debtors and Creditors

Chapter 13 trustees are unique. Unlike chapter 7 trustees, they do not take possession of a debtor’s assets. Yet the Bankruptcy Code imposes some responsibilities on them with respect to property of the estate. It also imposes responsibilities on them to assist a debtor. This session will focus on understanding the hybrid nature of the trustee’s role in chapter 13 cases, and how it impacts issues and strategies for debtors and creditors in chapter 13. Can a chapter 13 trustee sell property under § 363?

If you are already a member please login to the right. Your audio or video will be available immediately, or otherwise you may Become an ABI Member

NO CLE - Ethical Use of Artificial Intelligence/Technology in the Legal Industry

As fast-emerging technologies change the way we conceive of how we will practice law in the very near future, ethics rules will need to address this revolution. The panelists will discuss how to keep ahead of these developments and adapt our practices to best understand and address our developing ethical obligations.

If you are already a member please login to the right. Your audio or video will be available immediately, or otherwise you may Become an ABI Member

NO CLE - ABI Talks (2018 Mid-Atlantic Bankruptcy Workshop)

If you are already a member please login to the right. Your audio or video will be available immediately, or otherwise you may Become an ABI Member

NO CLE - Enhancing Justice, Reducing Bias: Examining the Bankruptcy System

Join the growing conversation about the intersection of race and socioeconomic barriers in bankruptcy. What are the facts? What can be done about reducing bias? What is our professional responsibility as bankruptcy professionals to overcome these barriers?

If you are already a member please login to the right. Your audio or video will be available immediately, or otherwise you may Become an ABI Member

NO CLE - How the Three Little “Ps” — Pitching, Presentation and Performance — Can Blow Your Audience Away

Learn how to enhance your client and committee pitches, hone your panel presentations, and “wow” your court or your audience from this group of skilled advocates and public speakers. This workshop, suitable for attorneys of all levels, will provide you with tips, lessons and examples to help you improve your presentation skills.

If you are already a member please login to the right. Your audio or video will be available immediately, or otherwise you may Become an ABI Member

NO CLE - Facing the #MeToo Movement in the Legal Profession: Sexual Harassment and Misconduct, the Rules of Professional Conduct and the Code of Judicial Conduct

Rarely has a hashtag so completely captured the urgency and gravity of a major shift in national consciousness. This panel of experts will lead an interactive discussion on issues confronting the legal profession in the #MeToo world, examining legal, practical and ethical considerations through a series of vignettes. What should be done about the difficult client that represents a significant portion of firm revenue? What are best practices for lawyers in supervisory and managerial roles?

If you are already a member please login to the right. Your audio or video will be available immediately, or otherwise you may Become an ABI Member

NO CLE - The Future of the Legal Profession

Is the legal profession’s vision for the law firm of the future already outdated? Can the law firm of today cope with the incredibly dynamic and changing competitive legal services environment, or will it go the way of the dinosaur? Greater and new competition in the forms of artificial intelligence, disruptive technology, the Big Four accounting firms, enlarged in-house legal staffs, and alternative legal service providers are eating law firms’ lunch. Clients are demanding service, efficiency and transparency in a way that puts tremendous pressure on the traditional law firm model.

If you are already a member please login to the right. Your audio or video will be available immediately, or otherwise you may Become an ABI Member

Syndicate content