Substantive

Substantive credit refers to all categories of public and private law, including but not limited to the law of contracts, real property, torts, and criminal law.

Since 1980, there have been over 2,500 documented wrongful convictions. This on-demand webinar will cover the main factors that lead to a wrongful conviction, including studies that support these conclusions. The presenter will use specific cases that highlight some of these issues, and will explore the efforts currently being pushed to minimize future wrongful convictions.

Annually, more than 8 million U.S. health care personnel are potentially exposed to the risks associated with handling hazardous drugs. Since the 1970s, peer reviewed scientific literature has cited the potential adverse health effects associated with healthcare worker occupational exposure to chemotherapeutic drugs mixed and administered to cancer patients. Federal agencies, scientific agencies, professional societies, and accreditation bodies have increased awareness and provided guidelines and recommendations for safe handling of hazardous drugs.

During this on-demand webinar we explore the field of intellectual property law, and identify the basic differences between a copyright, patent, trademark, trade secret, and other suis generis forms of intellectual property. Real world examples are included to help you recognize and identify the role intellectual property plays in your daily life. We also discuss the basic criteria and processes for filing copyright, patent, and trademark applications.

This on-demand webinar presents a study of concepts involving appellate law and practice. It includes:

This presentation focuses on generational differences and the changing face of our jury pools.

CLE Hours: 43.0 total (Subtantive 31.5, Non-substantive 7.0, Ethics 4.5)
(If you attended the session while at Conference, you are ineligible to earn CLE for the recorded version.)

This bundle includes the following on-demand webinars: 

This on-demand webinar is designed for paralegals taking the Certified Paralegal Examination. This course introduces participants to fundamental principles of law, including statutory and common law, U.S. federalism, the adversary system and alternative dispute resolution. 

This on-demand webinar assists those in taking the Certified Paralegal exam (“CP Exam”) review for the Skills (essay) component of the CP Exam. It focuses on the following:  (1) learning how to identify relevant facts and issues, (2) the application of law to facts, (3) the analysis of issues and formation of conclusions, and (4) the organization of information and clarify of expression.

This on-demand webinar assists those taking the Certified Paralegal (“CP”) Exam review for the real estate property rights and ownership of the knowledge portion of the CP Exam. Our review begins with bedrock concepts of real estate law that were formed as early as Europe’s feudal era through the development of modern principles and practices.   

This on-demand webinar introduces the criminal justice system,  including procedures from arrest to final disposition, principles of state law, familiarization with federal criminal law, and constitutional guarantees afforded criminal defendants.

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