It is no secret that job searching and hiring has been affected by the pandemic. However, there is no need to feel discouraged. 

This webinar features best practices in interviewing and salary negotiation from a seasoned recruiting professional. Regardless of whether you are looking to work remotely, negotiating a higher salary, or trying to land a job at your dream firm, it is essential to be proactive. Use the skills learned from this webinar to exceed a prospective employer’s expectations.

Wednesday, September 1, 2021 - 12:00pm

Without proper preparation, legal professionals of any level can be at fault for mishandling confidential information. Don’t let this happen to you! This course will not only help you avoid commonly made mistakes, but dives into the importance of professionalism when working remotely with confidential information. 

Legal professionals must be flexible and readily available to assist with reviewing practices, procedures, and policies to verify that they provide sufficient protection.

Wednesday, April 14, 2021 - 12:00pm

This on-demand webinar explores how to be an ally who is a leader – one who supports equality, stands up for the rights of others, and is a powerful voice alongside marginalized individuals or groups.
Topics include the following: 

Take a dive deep into how Special Education Law is rooted in Civil Rights Law and Disability Law. We walk through the federal government’s responsibility of public education to not only legally provide - but also legally protect - civil and disability rights in education. We discuss the role of the 10th Amendment and its influence on public education as a national policy, as well as States’ rights to promulgate education law. This is an essential part of the conversation regarding public education and disability rights that is often either not acknowledged or not thoroughly discussed.

Immigration laws and policies are constantly changing due to recent court decisions, a pandemic impacting the nation, and a volatile political climate. In this on-demand webinar, we will discuss various immigration-related topics such as the H-1B employment-based immigration petition, travel bans, the EB-5 visa, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, Cancellation of Removal applications, and asylum. This on-demand webinar will also cover how legal teams are addressing various legal obstacles in the current environment.

This on-demand webinar assists those in taking the Certified Paralegal Exam review for the corporate/commercial law portion of the knowledge exam. 

The session offers a broad and basic view of the fundamentals of corporate/commercial law and includes discussions in the areas of: 

This on-demand webinar provides an overall survey of the law of contracts. The basics of contract law presented include:

  • A discussion of contracts in general
  • The elements required for the formation of a contract
  • The classification of types of contracts
  • Parties' contractual obligations and rights
  • The requirements of an enforceable contract
  • Legal and equitable remedies for a breach of contract

Over the last several years, the cannabis industry has enjoyed explosive, exponential growth. This is true for both strains of cannabis: federally legal hemp (0.3% THC or less) and federally illegal marijuana (more than 0.3% THC).

This on-demand webinar focuses on how courts sometimes use ethics in their rulings more than following the rule of law. This course discusses how courts have become a critical part of the public policymaking process and whether they should be exercising discretion to make decisions which have far-reaching consequences in terms of the distribution of benefits and burdens within society? Furthermore, this course discusses Supreme Court Justices’ jurisprudence and what guides them in ruling the way they do. We review some landmark Supreme Court cases and how Supreme Court Justices were guided

This 2nd Amendment on-demand webinar focuses on the purpose behind the 2nd Amendment while exploring and understanding what is meant by the “Right to Bear Arms.”  Additionally, we explore Gun Control, whether 2nd Amendment rights should continue to exist where mental health awareness plays a role, and states with tough and lax Gun Control Laws. We analyze and debate some key Supreme Court rulings under the 2nd Amendment including some recent mass shootings, Stand Your Ground cases, and what could have been done to prevent these shootings from occurring. 

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