2022 Learning The Ropes

If you are entering private practice, looking for a nuts-and-bolts CLE about practicing law in Oregon, and need to fulfill all of your first year OSB MCLE reporting requirements, please read on:

The Professional Liability Fund is proud to sponsor its 2022 “Learning the Ropes,” seminar, a practical skills CLE for new admittees and lawyers entering private practice in the state of Oregon. The CLE includes information on developing a successful practice and avoiding legal malpractice; practical tips from lawyers and judges; advice on setting up effective office systems; ethics guidance; presentations by a variety of lawyers from different areas of law; mental health and substance use education; and segments that fulfill your Introductory Access to Justice requirements. The complete agenda is available under the Program Materials tab.

Attendance at the full program will satisfy OSB MCLE requirements for new admittees’ first reporting period. (Your MCLE reporting requirements are separate from the New Lawyer Mentoring Program [NLMP] of the Oregon State Bar.) The CLE will be held in person Tuesday through Thursday, November 8, 9, and 10, 2022, at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel, 1000 NE Multnomah Street, Portland, OR 97232. W do not anticipate having a remote option available. Your $75 registration fee includes the entire CLE and e-materials.

We are also excited to announce the return of the Meet the Judges and Bar Leaders Luncheons happening on Tuesday and Wednesday, respectively. The registration fee includes both lunches.

 The deadline to register is Monday, October 31, 2022.

 

Topic: Learning the Ropes
Date: 11/08/2022
Credits:9.75 (OR Practice & Procedure) - PS, 2 Oregon Specific - ETH, 1 - MHSU, 3 Intro - AJ
Format: Live Event
OSB CLE Event ID:92808
Program Materials:Download Program Materials

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IMPORTANT NOTICES

This material is provided for informational purposes only and does not establish, report, or create the standard of care for attorneys in Oregon, nor does it represent a complete analysis of the topics presented. Readers should conduct their own appropriate legal research. The information presented does not represent legal advice. This information may not be republished, sold, or used in any other form without the written consent of the Oregon State Bar Professional Liability Fund except that permission is granted for Oregon lawyers to use and modify these materials in their own practices.

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