Total Credits: 1.2 MCLE
Ten Quick Stress Busters
Speaker: Anne Chambers, Lawyers’ Assistance Director, The Missouri Bar, Jefferson City
Ten Tips for the New Solo Practitioner
Speaker: Nadine Atkinson-Flowers, Attorney at Law, Philadelphia, PA
Appellate Rules Update
Discussion of recent changes to the Supreme Court Rules governing appeals, including preparing the Record on Appeal and formatting briefs and other filings.
Speaker: Richard L. Rollings, Jr., Attorney at Law, Camdenton
Preaching to the Choir, Not the Jury: How Implementing Adult Learning Assumptions Can Get More Wins & Better Results for Clients
Speaker: Grant J. Shostak, The Shostak Law Firm, LLC, Maryland Heights
A Brave New World: Electronic Notary & Remote Online Notarization Under H.B. 1655
Speaker: Timothy F. McCurdy, Lashly & Bear, PC, St. Louis
What is Confidential Client Information and How Do I Protect It
Speaker: Whittney Dunn, The Bar Plan Mutual Insurance Company, St. Louis
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|Appellate Rules Update (419.6 KB)||Available after Purchase|
|A Brave New World - Electronic Notary and Remote Online Notarization under HB 1655 (444.8 KB)||Available after Purchase|
|What is Confidential Client Information and How Do I Protect It (345.5 KB)||Available after Purchase|
Anne Chambers is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Director of the Missouri Lawyers’ Assistance Program. Anne speaks about conquering procrastination, burnout and compassion fatigue, work-life balance and substance and mental health concerns in the legal profession. She lives in Columbia with her family, cat and backyard chickens.
Whittney Dunn, Risk Manager at The Bar Plan, presents to hundreds of lawyers annually on ethics, malpractice avoidance, and lawyer well-being. When not presenting, she provides one-on-one ethics and law practice management guidance to attorneys in Missouri and serves in numerous bar leadership roles at local, state and national levels.
Tim McCurdy practices trusts & estates litigation, elder law, and civil litigation in St. Louis. Tim's litigation practice includes representing both fiduciaries and beneficiaries in contested probate matters. As an elder law attorney, Tim helps seniors protect their life savings while ensuring access to the care they need.
Richard L. Rollings, Jr. provides contract legal work to other attorneys. He graduated from the University of Missouri-Columbia School of Law, cum laude, in 1992. He was a 2002 recipient of the David J. Dixon Appellate Advocacy Award. His practice includes appellate work as well as research and drafting services.
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