MCLE Classes & Events

Friday, March 22, 2019: 2019 Civil Trial Workshop

Friday, March 29, 2019: Real Property Update 2019

Tuesday, April 2, 2019: The ABCs of Independent Contractors

Wednesday, April 3, 2019: Recent Changes to the Rules of Professional Conduct

EVENT: Friday, April 5, 2019: The 20th Annual Rex Sater Award Dinner

Monday, April 29, 2019: Employee Wage Claims - (Berman Hearings)

EVENT: Friday, May 3, 2019: Judges’ Jubilee

Friday, May 17, 2019: The Do’s & Don’ts of Criminal Law

Wednesday, May 22, 2019: Civility Matters VII

Wednesday, May 29, 2019: Legal Challenges Involved with Social Media

Tuesday, June 4, 2019: 2019 Summer CEQA Update

Thursday, June 27, 2019: What Legal Professionals Should Know About Digital Device Forensics

The January Blitz!!

Urgent: The Deadline for GROUP 1 (A-G) is February 1, 2019.

Finish Your 25 Hours of Continuing Legal Education with SCBA!

California MCLE Requirements: 25 Total Hours Continuing Legal Education Credits Every 3 Years, Including: 4 Credit Hours of Legal Ethics, 1 Credit Hour of Competence Issues, and 1 Credit Hour of Elimination of Bias

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Basic Fee Arbitration Training

This training session is offered to all prospective and current volunteers who arbitrate attorney-client fee disputes for the Mandatory Fee Arbitration Programs through the Sonoma County Bar Association and the State Bar of California. The course will provide the basic training required to serve on a bar program’s fee arbitration panel. Non-lawyer (lay) arbitrators, in addition to attorneys, are encouraged to attend this valuable training session and join the Mandatory Fee Arbitration Program.

Speakers will address recent developments in fee arbitration and other important topics such as:

~ Writing an Enforceable Award ~ Statute of Limitations ~

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Ethical Duties and Electronically Stored Information

This presentation will cover electronic discovery and the related ethical duty of competence. Drawing on guidance from the State Bar, recent e-discovery cases, and the speaker’s own experience assisting attorneys, the presentation outlines the main risks to counsel and client of failing to properly understand e-discovery obligations in litigation.

Cory Hamma, CISSP, ACE, MCITP Senior Network Security Architect Capitol Digital | Califorensics

Mr. Hamma has nearly 15 years of experience in digital forensics, e-discovery, and related fields. He specializes in digital evidence, including collection, analysis, reporting, and expert testimony in support of complex litigation or referral

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