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New to Criminal Defense? Check out this 5.0 MCLE credit CLE. A “soup to nuts” analysis of case assessment strategies, when where and how to employ expert witnesses, and Mitigation! Register!!
Do you sit on a Non-Profit Board of Directors? Do Profit and Loss Statements or Balance Sheets make your head spin? This helpful CLE could be exactly what you need.
Take the OCBA Community Engagement Committee’s 3-question survey (it’s anonymous!). The Committee seeks to know how best to offer you volunteer opportunities within the community. Take the survey!
Join us for lunch on February 14th and hear OCBA President Jim Murphy discuss the important function of the paralegal in a successful law practice. This committee seeks new members – check it out and become involved!
Check out the Bar Reporter’s NEW look! Then enjoy what’s inside: The scoop on the state’s newest MCLE credit category, how to capture new clients with OCBA’s Lawyer Referral Serice and more! ENJOY.
This POWERHOUSE CLE doesn’t come around often so register NOW! Set for Tuesday, February 13th so it’s right around the corner. Presenters include Hon. John V. Centra, Janet Callahan, Esq. and John A. Cirando, Esq.
Attendees will earn an American Heart Association certification proudly stating you’ve been trained by a health professional to employ these life-saving measures when needed. Only 30 spaces available – REGISTER NOW!
Catch the fun photos from this year’s Annual Holiday Reception, read Mark Wasmund’s update on the Fee Dispute program, and learn how Ranette Releford went from being a paralegal to leading Syracuse’s police watchdog organization, the Citizen Review Board.
The New York State Unified Court System’s Electronic Filing System will implement a consensual e-filing program in Supreme Court, Onondaga County on January 24, 2018. Online SKYPE training sessions available. Are you ready for this change?