December 29-30, 2020
Virtual CLE Seminar
Paid registrants for the program may use the supplied passcode to open the PDF files for which links are provided below.
Notice to tablet computer users:
Your equipment may require a special application to open these password-protected files.
Click here to download all speakers' materials received.
Ethics and Professionalism only registrants, click here to download those materials.
Links to individual papers are provided below.
ETHICS • Tuesday, December 29, at 3:10 p.m.
Ethics 2020 Round-Up: Rules, Guidance and a Few Bad Ideas
Lauren Elizabeth Godshall; Tulane University Law School; New Orleans
PROFESSIONALISM • Tuesday, December 29, at 4:15 p.m.
Professionalism or Avoiding the "Glamour of Incivility"
Rebecca K. Wisbar; Akers & Wisbar, LLC; Baton Rouge
ETHICS • Wednesday, December 30, at 3:10 p.m.
Recent Developments in Ethics
Tammy P. Northrup; LA Attorney Disciplinary Board; Baton Rouge
PROFESSIONALISM • Wednesday, December 30, at 4:15 p.m.
Your Conflict Style: It's a Matter of Professionalism
Dean Madeleine M. Landrieu; Loyola University New Orleans College of Law; New Orleans
LAW OFFICE MANAGEMENT • Tuesday, December 29, at 2:05 p.m.
What Your Paralegal Wants You to Know
Bob Jullens; deGravelles & Palmintier; Baton Rouge
Economic Benefits of Having Diversity in Your Mass Tort Practice
James J. Carter; The Cochran Firm; New Orleans
Due Diligence: Looking for Absentees
Todd E. Gaudin; On Point Legal, LLC; Baton Rouge
Why Every Attorney Should Consider Medicaid Planning When Settling Personal Injury Claims
Steven M. Jankower; Jankower Law Firm, L.L.C.; Lafayette
Immunity and Limitations of Liability; Where Did Our Rights Go?
Benjamin Paul Mouton; MGM Injury Attorneys; Baton Rouge
What You Need to Know About Compensation Even When You Don't Practice Compensation
Mark L. Riley; The Glenn Armentor Law Corporation; Lafayette
Perspectives on the Current Supreme Court: Hobby Lobby, Bostoch, Cuomo and Janus
J. Arthur Smith, III; Smith Law Firm; Baton Rouge
Focus Groups and Mock Trials, Especially in a COVID World
Charles M. Thomas; Huber Thomas & Marcelle; New Orleans
How to Prove Non-Economic Damages
Lance C. Unglesby; Unglesby Law Firm; New Orleans
Workers' Comp 101
Jennifer Barber Valois; Barber Law Firm; Lafayette
Because trial schedules may vary, the program is subject to change.