This is the SJCL Alumni Association's annual Got MCLE? program which is held at the law school.
For each session we will have two options of classes for you to take. Each person can receive 4 units and at least one in each of the required subjects.
The schedule is as follows:
8:00-8:30am - Registration with a light breakfast and coffee!
8:30-9:30am – First Session
9:45-10:45am – Second Session
11:00-12:00pm – Third Session
12:00-12:30pm - Lunch presented by First Legal
12:30-1:30pm – Fourth Session
- Judge's Pet Peeve Panel Presented by: Honorable Jane Cardoza, Honorable Mark Snauffer and Honorable Stan Boone (Elective/General)
- Legal Ethical Issues When Representing an Organization vs. Individual Presented by Anthony P. Raimondo, Esq. of Raimondo & Assocates (Legal Ethics)
- ABOTA Civility in the Law Presented by: Rayma Church, Esq. of Emerson, Sorensen, Church (Legal Ethics)
- California & Cannabis 2018: Are You Dazed and Confused, Yet? Presented by: Brenda A. Linder, Esq. (Elective/General)
- New Year’s Employment Law Update Presented by: S. Brett Sutton, Esq. and Wes Carlson, Esq. of Sutton Hague Law Corporation (Elective/General)
- Opening up a Law Practice Presented by: Robert C. Abrams, Esq. (Competency)
- Recognizing Bias in How We Practice Presented by: SJCL Alumni Association (Bias)
- Competency in Family Law Presented by: Honorable Lisa Gamoian (Competency)
Questions call Kristina at (559) 970-1838 or email the SJCL Alumni Association at email@example.com.
Each registration will need to be done with a separate email.
COST: FREE FOR SJCL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION MEMBERS,
$40 FOR SJCL ALUMNI NON-ASSOCIATION MEMBERS,
$100 FOR NON-SJCL ALUMNIAttorneys with last names beginning with H-M must report their MCLE compliance by Feb. 1, 2018.
*This activity has been approved for Minimum Continued Education Credit by the State Bar of California in the amount of 4 hours. Each session is 1 hour of MCLEcredit. San Joaquin College of Law certifies that this activity conforms to the standards for approved education activities prescribed by the rules and regulations of the State Bar of California governing minimum continuing legal education.