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Food Frenzy

ICLE is pleased to partner with the State Bar of Georgia to participate in the 5th Annual Georgia Legal Food Frenzy, a food & fund drive competition among all Georgia law firms and legal organizations.  The contest begins April 18, 2016 and ends April 29, 2016.  ICLE is inviting all attendees of ICLE programs held at the State Bar of Georgia Headquarters during the contest period to bring food items to the seminars for donation or consider making a monetary contribution.  This year’s goal is 1.3 million pounds of food.

You can view a list of most needed food items at this link: http://galegalfoodfrenzy.org/resources/

Thanks in advance for your participation!

 

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Winding Down Your Practice

April 26, 2016

This presentation will offer attendees an overview of the legal, business, and life issues that come into play when it is time to retire from legal practice.  It will offer a step-by-step checklist of the winding down process. Topics include: making the decision, communicating the decision, succession planning, cleanup and storage, etc. Resources will be shared with participants for further exploration of the topic.

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Deborah Gonzalez, Esq. is the founder of Law2sm, LLC (www.law2sm.com) a legal consulting firm focusing on helping its clients navigate the legal and security issues relating to the new digital and social media world.  Law2sm was founded to bring resources and tools of legal use of digital and social media to the public.  Deborah is the co-developer of the Digital Risk Assessment tool that assists a company to ensure that their online activity is in line with state laws, federal laws, and regulatory compliance (www.digitalrcp.com).  Deborah is the current Program Chair of the State Bar of GA Annual “Social Media and the Law” full-day session, now in its 6th year.  Deborah is a sought after speaker, content contributor, and news commentator in the US and abroad about the legal issues of online and social media activity and is the author of the Elsevier: Butterworth-Heinemann books “Managing Online Risks: Mobile, Apps and Social Media Security” and “Online Security for Business Travelers.” (www.managingonlinerisk.com).  Deborah is also the co-founder and co-host of The Internet of Unintended Consequences (www.tiouc.com) a blog exploring all the things we never saw coming.

 

This program will provide 1 CLE Hour.  Once you have registered for the program, you will receive a link with instructions to access the program.
 

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In 2013, Georgia adopted its new evidence code, patterned after the federal rules of evidence. Almost immediately, there was a divide among legal observers. Many remained fixated on pre-2013 Georgia evidence authority. Others, like ICLE's Carlson on Evidence, provided readers with expansive federal authority to apply to Georgia's new evidence code.

In a series of dramatic 2015 decisions, the Georgia Supreme Court resolved the issue. Federal case law - the Eleventh Circuit's in particular - should be used to interpret Georgia's new and federalized evidence provisions. Notable Georgia Court of Appeals decisions have aligned with this approach.

Since its first edition, Carlson on Evidence has focused on comprehensive, rule-by-rule, comparative examination of Georgia's new evidence code and its federal counterpart. In its fourth edition, Carlson on Evidence has expanded its unparalleled content even further with a wide array of 2015 Georgia and Federal evidence authority and analysis.

Make sure your law library, trial notebook, and appellate binder have the latest edition of ICLE's Carlson on Evidence.

price:  $225.00

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The Institute of Continuing Legal Education in Georgia is the not-for-profit educational service of the State Bar of Georgia; and is a consortium of the Bar and the Law Schools of the Universities of Georgia, Emory, Mercer, Georgia State and the John Marshall Law School.

It is fully self-supporting; and receives all of its income from tuition charges and sale of publications. ICLE exists solely to serve the educational needs of practicing lawyers; with any surplus revenues being devoted entirely to the improvement of CLE products and services.

 

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