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Maintaining Your Personal Well-Being During Rapidly Changing Times 

Facing a new reality, the times we are living is now the changing face of a world which is more connected than apart. These are perilous times where public health and global security have consumed headlines from our daily lives leaving us with the feeling of uncertainty or fear of what’s to come.

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Continuing Legal Education
& Upcoming Events
  • Explore ethical issues in family law practice 

  • Review preparing pleadings and assisting with motion practice 

  • Understand obtaining and evaluating financial information 

  • Examine assisting with child custody and visitation issues 

  • Explain enforcing and modifying family law orders and decrees 

  • Discuss working with divorce clients and opposing counsel 

When: 10/19/2021

Two experienced civil rights lawyers discuss the reasonable accommodation law, the versatility of the legal standards, and how the COVID-19 pandemic has forced people to reimagine the universe of accommodations.

NOTE: This will be the last employment law sectional in 2021. You won't want to miss it - this presentation is filled with great, relevant content as we continue to navigate the post-pandemic world.

Speaker:  Nick Pladson and Laurie Vasichek

When: 10/19/2021
Where: Online