It's almost here! Don't forget, if you aren't attending in person, you can register for the virtual-only track for $99. That ticket includes up to 14 hours of CLE, including one hour of ethics.
Take a glimpse at some of the CLE sessions and speakers on the agenda:
Embracing Generational Diversity with Chris DeSantis: Learn how to build mentoring relationships, give and receive feedback, and apply Emotional Intelligence to leading.
Cell Phone Tracking for Legal Professionals with Eric Grabski: Learn how an expert uses mobile phone device forensics to assist local and federal agencies on major cases. He has provided expert testimony of cellular location analysis in both state and federal courts.
Spy the Lie with Michael Floyd: Hear from a widely recognized and leading authority on interviewing, detection of deception, and elicitation in cases involving criminal activity, personnel screening, and national security issues.
Racial Microaggressions in the Legal Profession with Dr. Kuryakin Rucker: Workplace racial discrimination has evolved in the years from blatant discrimination to a subtler, more insidious discrimination. This CLE will explain what microaggressions are, how attorneys of color experience them, and how firms can begin to eliminate microaggressions from their workplaces.
Zoom for Attorneys with Autumn Caudell and Morris Lilienthal: Don't be caught with a cat filter on your screen! Learn practical tips and ethical obligations for using video conferencing with clients and judges.
Virtual sessions will be held Thursday, July 15 and Friday, July 16. Register on your dashboard!
The full agenda is on the Annual Meeting page on our website with the virtual track denoted with an asterisk. You can view it here!
Scroll down to learn more about this year's sponsors!
A Message from the ASB Women's Section: Don’t Miss These Events at the Annual Meeting!
Friday, July 16
11:00 a.m. – CLE on Mentorship, Sponsorship and Allyship Throughout Your Career
12:30 p.m. – Maud McLure Kelly Reception and Luncheon – you do not have to attend the Annual Meeting to attend the luncheon
6:00 p.m. – Silent Auction to benefit the Women’s Section Scholarship Program
Please see the flyer here for more details. Please email Sherrie or Jennifer with any questions.
ASB Position Opening: VLP Intake Specialist
The ASB Volunteer Lawyer Program (VLP) has a position opening for an intake specialist. The majority of the intake specialist's job will be interviewing clients and identifying potential legal issues. A paralegal degree, paralegal certification or legal experience is required. You can find a full position description and application information here.
Chief Deputy Clerk Position Vacancy for U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit
The United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit is recruiting for the position of Chief Deputy Clerk. The position will be posted until Aug. 5, 2021. The vacancy announcement is available by clicking here.
Appellate Court Information
Click here to view the Supreme Court of Alabama decisions and opinions from June 25.
Click here to view the Criminal Appeals decisions and opinions from June 25.
Click here to view the Civil Appeals decisions and opinions from June 25.
Upcoming Events and CLEs
Birmingham Bar and Magic City Bar Partner for School Supply Drive
The Birmingham Bar Association and the Magic City Bar Association are partnering on a School Supplies Drive. Please help elementary school children succeed in school by selecting items from our Amazon wishlist or by making a tax deductible financial donation by June 29.
Our Lawyer Wellness CLE: Suicide Awareness and Prevention on Aug. 17 was so popular, it filled up quickly! We decided to add a second session, and its attendance is also capped at the request of the speaker.
Tuesday, Aug. 18 at 12 p.m.Register here
This CLE will be presented by the SAM Foundation and will be limited to 105 attendees.
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