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Midyear Meeting CLE Programs


Cynthia Sharp

Michael Rubin

Two national speakers will take the stage to deliver a full day of education programming at the 2015 Midyear Meeting at the Radisson Hotel/Center of NH in Manchester on Friday, Feb. 27.

Educational sessions at this year's meeting will focus on improving communication and decision-making skills to enhance your practice, and work more effectively with clients and more efficiently in the workplace.

Professional Relationship Mastery
9 - 11:30 a.m.
2 NHMCLE Ethics/Prof. Credits

We start Professionalism Day off with national speaker Cynthia Sharp, an attorney and a law firm business development expert. She will share with you tips to develop strong communication skills and habits - with clients, supervisors and employees alike - that are essential for everyone working in a legal setting.

Topics covered include:

  • Ethical standards governing attorney communication
  • Five key points to address at the outset of representation
  • Three attorney self-protection letters
  • Strategies for handling difficult client situations
  • Obligations upon termination of the relationship
  • Considerations in hiring an employee
  • Delegation dynamics


Ouch! The Ethical Thicket of Social Media for Lawyers
&
Conflict? What Conflict?

(a two-part CLE)
2 - 4:30 p.m.
2 NHMCLE Ethics/Prof. Credits

Michael Rubin, an attorney and nationally known CLE speaker and author, brings his unique blend of humor and scholarship to two timely and bedeviling ethics topics. First, he tackles the many ethical issues arising from the pervasiveness of social media in society and its impact on attorneys, in their practices and in their private lives. In the second segment, Rubin confronts the complexities of the question, "Who is your client?" as it can arise in any setting – law firm, government law, in-house counsel, etc., leading a brisk panel discussion that will range across a variety of scenarios.


Registration Information
Pre-registration is closed. Walk-in registrations will be accepted on a space-available basis.

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