Register to attend the Professionalism Convocation– Law Practice 2010 and Beyond: Challenges and Opportunities

Many of us lawyers have been involved in technology and other cutting edge work to advance the practice of law and create better outcomes for our clients. Technology, self-help, unbundling, social media and other topics have been on our radar screens for a while. So, yesterday, I signed up to attend an upcoming CLE program that I believe will be extremely useful as the practice of law continues to change and as we ourselves change it.

The Chief Justice’s Commission on Professionalism is hosting a Convocation on Professionalism scheduled for Tuesday, November 30, 2010, starting at 8:00 a.m. in three locations: the State Bar of Georgia Conference Center in Atlanta (live) and by video-conference to Tifton and Savannah.

Here are some of the CLE sessions:

  • Law Practice Today and Tomorrow: Realities, Challenges and Opportunities, moderated by the Hon. Robert Benham, Justice of the Supreme Court of Georgia
  • Generations of Lawyers: New Opportunities for Practice and Mentoring
  • Technology: How Can We Use It To Practice Law?

The CLE program provides six (6) CLE credits, including 1 each in Ethics and Professionalism.

The Convocation includes a special tribute luncheon in honor of Commission Founder Justice Harold Clarke (Retired).

Download the CLE Brochure and Registration Form.

I hope you can join me for the CLE program.  Please share this with your colleagues.


About ProBonoGA

Lawyer and justice architect wannabe... I am the pro bono director for Georgia Legal Services Program and direct a program that is funded by GLSP and the State Bar of Georgia. I am a lawyer licensed to practice law in the state of Georgia, and not in any other jurisdiction. Nothing posted on this blog should be considered legal advice. Your use of this blog does not create an attorney-client relationship with me. I do not have an active legal practice and do not have clients. I am not using this site to market to clients. I do not recommend attorneys or law firms. If I reference an attorney or a law firm in this blog, I do so to tell a story, make a point, or urge you to think about an issue presented by that attorney or law firm.
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