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Broaden your practice and provide variety and increased cross-over skill enhancement to develop sanity, a better result, and the best service for your client! Plus 4.0 MCLE (1.0 Ethics, 3.0 Skills) – Register NOW!
JOIN US for this favorite event! We’ll recognize the Hon. John V. Centra and Thomas E. Myers, Esq., this year’s Ruger Award and 2018 Distinguished Lawyer honorees. See you at the oncenter Thursday, Oct. 25th!
Learn about the NYS Raise the Age legislation, which will be phased in starting October 1, 2018. This CLE discusses how and and when adolescent offenders will be removed to Family Court; alternatives to detention programs; and how the Youth Part will run.
Part Three of this popular CLE series provides the info needed to ethically guide your growing firm from shared responsibilities among partners to managing subordinate attorneys. Malpractice issues too!
Learn how Mackenzie Hughes’ Jillian McGuire earned the Hanna S. Cohn Award from the Women’s Bar Association of the State of New York, read up on how recent tax reforms may affect charitable giving, plus catch all your favorite Bar Reporter features!
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!
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?
The Diversity, Inclusion and Elimination of Bias CLE credit category becomes effective January 1, 2018. Are you ready? Click on this to read what this means for you as an established or newly admitted attorney.
Here’s info you need to know! Now, Onondaga County Clerk’s Office records are available on a 24/7 basis to all residents by simply logging in from their home or office via a simple log in procedure. Search and locate files with a quick click of your mouse!