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CLE Programs

View and order from a list of live, recorded, and alternative format programs to offer continuing legal education (CLE) to Nevada lawyers.

“Working Towards a More Diverse Legal Profession”

This program is produced by the CCBA’s Diversity and Inclusion Committee for Equity (DICE) as part of the DICE CLE Series.

Sponsors:

Course description: Regardless of how fair-minded we believe ourselves to be, most people have some degree of implicit bias – unconscious thought patterns and associations that can influence our attitudes towards others and how we make decisions. This program explores these thought patterns, how they impact the workplace, and strategies for identifying and minimizing their impact.

Speaker: Effie Sahihi, Vice President U.S. Managed Review, Diversity Equity & Inclusion Program Lead, Consilio LLC

A Bird’s-Eye View of Military Pensions

This presentation will feature a quick overview of topics related to military pensions including: Military retirement benefits, Frozen Benefit Rule of National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) 2017, Military Disability, and Blended Retirement System Effective 2018.

  • Speaker: Marshal Willick of Willick Law Group
  • Date: September 12, 2024, Time: 11:30 a.m. to 12:45 p.m.
  • Time: 11:30 a.m. to 12:45 p.m.
  • Location: Online via Zoom
  • Offers: 1.0 hour of continuing legal education (CLE) for Nevada lawyers
  • About: This event is designed to provide an opportunity for CCBA members and USAF attorneys and legal office personnel to learn about a variety of legal issues that service members may face in their personal lives in southern Nevada.
  • Pricing: The live webcast (via Zoom) is FREE for CCBA Members (2024) and active U.S. Air Force members only. After the program, recorded materials rental will be available at $25/CCBA Member or $50/non-member.
  • RSVP to the CCBA by 9/10/2024: https://clarkcountybar.org/marketplace/cle-programs/a-birds-eye-view-of-military-pensions-cle-program/

Lunchtime Learning CLE

“Sunrise, Sunset: Strategies for opening and closing your own law firm”

  • Course description: Working at a law firm and operating your own law firm are vastly different roles. A law firm can give you the tools, knowledge, and experience to be a successful attorney, but it does not train you on how to run a successful law firm. This CLE will provide you with guidance in opening, operating, and closing your own firm, including ethical, administrative, and management tips and traps.
  • Speaker: Jennifer Braster of Naylor & Braster
  • When: Wednesday, August 14, 2024, 12:00 to 1:15 p.m.
  • Where: Online via Zoom
  • Offers: 1.0 general CLE credit (NV)
  • Live webcast (via Zoom): FREE for CCBA Members (2024) only. Not a CCBA member? Join/renew now.
  • Recorded materials rental: $25/CCBA Member or $50/non-member
  • RSVP to CCBA by 8/12/2024: https://clarkcountybar.org/marketplace/cle-programs/sunrise-sunset-cle-program/

Breakfast Learning Program CLE

“Judging Attorney’s Fees: A Judge’s Panel on Winning Attorney Fees”

Sponsor: Right Lawyers and Dillon Health

Course description: Attendees will learn directly from seasoned judges on how to win their attorney fees. This seminar will be interactive as the panel of judge’s provide you the audience fact patterns of prior cases they granted or denied attorney fees. You then be the judge and make your ruling. Followed by the judge’s sharing the answer and rationale behind their decision.

  • Panelists:
    • Judge Deborah L. Westbrook – Judge Westbrook was elected in November 2022 to serve a six-year term on the Nevada Court of Appeals. Prior to taking the bench, Judge Westbrook practiced law in Nevada for nearly two decades and was twice named one of Vegas Inc.’s Top Lawyers for appellate work.
    • Judge Stacy M. Rocheleau – Judge Rocheleau presides over Department W in the Eighth Judicial District Court, Family Division. Hearing cases on domestic relations and minor guardianship. Prior to taking the bench, Judge Rocheleau was the founding partner of Right Lawyers.
    • Hon. Nancy L. Allf (Ret.) – Nancy served as a district court judge for the Nevada Eighth Judicial District Court for 13 years from 2011 to 2024. Judge Allf served as a Business Court judge for most of her time as a jurist.
    • John P. Aldrich – John ounded Aldrich Law Firm, Ltd. in 2004 and is the firm’s managing partner. His practice focuses on complex business and commercial litigation, plaintiff personal injury, and general civil litigation.
  • Date: Thursday, August 1, 2024
  • Time: 8:00-10:00 a.m.
  • Where: Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada, 725 E Charleston Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89104
  • Credits: 2.0 General CLE Credit (NV)
  • Price:
    • FREE for CCBA Members (2024). Non-members can attend; however, they must take a pro bono case from LACSN’s Pro Bono Project.
    • Recorded materials rental: $50/CCBA Member or $100/non-member
  • RSVP to CCBA by 7/30/2024: https://clarkcountybar.org/marketplace/cle-programs/judging-attorneys-fees-cle-program/ or (702) 387-6011

Lunchtime Learning CLE

Sponsors: Dillon Health, Las Vegas Legal Video and Southern Nevada Senior Law Program

“Guiding Your Client Through the Decision-Making Process for Basic Estate Planning”

  • Course description: This training is designed to help attorneys anticipate the questions and concerns clients have regarding their estate planning—particularly the Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care Decisions document. The DPOAH involves some very serious decisions for clients to contemplate before they meet with an attorney to discuss and finalize their documents. Also, the DPOAH has recently undergone some important statutory revisions, and this training will address those changes as well as concerns regarding guardianship avoidance. Ideally, attorneys can provide “homework” for their clients following the initial interview, so the client can be more prepared and confident in selecting options as they finalize their documents.
  • Speaker: Carol A. Kingman, Esq., Senior Law Program/SNSLP
  • Produced by: Stephen Smith of CCBA’s CLE Committee
  • Date: Thursday, July 11, 2024
  • Time: 12:00 to 1:15 p.m.
  • Location: Online via Zoom
  • Offers: 1.0 General CLE Credit (NV)
  • Live webcast (via Zoom): FREE for CCBA Members (2024) only. Not a CCBA member? Join/renew now.
  • Recorded materials rental: $25/CCBA Member or $50/non-member
  • RSVP to CCBA by 7/9/2024: https://clarkcountybar.org/marketplace/cle-programs/guiding-your-client-cle-program/

Clark County Bar Luncheon Featuring Ethics CLE with Rob Bare

  • Sponsors:
  • Guest speaker: Rob Bare, The Law Office of Rob Bare
  • Special presentation: “State Bar Grievances & Complaints from the Defense Point of View”
  • Offers: 1.0 Ethics CLE credit for Nevada lawyers
  • When: Thursday, June 20, 2024
    • Check-in & Networking: 11:30 a.m.
    • Luncheon Program: 12:00 to 1:30 p.m.
  • Where: Morton’s The Steakhouse, 400 E Flamingo Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89169
  • Entrée options: Chicken Christopher, Grilled 9 oz Ribeye, Ora King Salmon Filet, or Pasta w/Grilled Vegetables
  • Price: $60 per CCBA member and $75 per Non-member. The ethics CLE credit is complimentary.
  • RSVP to the Clark County Bar is required by Friday, June 14, 2024: https://clarkcountybar.org/bar-luncheon-rsvp-form/. Payment to Clark County Bar Association via web form, phone call to 702-387-6011, or delivery to 717 S. 8th Street, Las Vegas, NV, 89101 is due by 6/14/2024.

Lunchtime Learning CLE

“Protecting Your Law Firm from Professional Liability Claims”

Sponsor: Alera Group

Course Description: In today’s landscape of Lawyers Professional Liability, a seemingly small innocent or quick decision can affect your career, damage your reputation, or worse yet, result in a claim to your insurance policy. In this CLE we will discuss the ten(10) most common and sometimes overlooked, innocent professional liability mistakes that can be avoided. We will also cover ways to avoid the cross-roads of liability traps, errors and omissions, and malpractice insurance claims.

  • Topics:
    • Introduction to the Top 10 Things to do to avoid a Lawyers Professional Liability Claim.
    • Professional Liability pitfalls, claims, and the way innocent actions can turn into substantial issues.
    • How to develop risk awareness, avoid making critical mistakes, and eliminate the repercussions created by these acts or failures to act
  • Speakers:
    • Noah Fiedler, Shareholder of Barron & Newburger, P.C.
    • Michael Littleworth, JD, Senior Complex Litigation Specialist, PICA, A ProAssurance Company
    • Joel Jarvis, Producer, Alera Group Las Vegas

A Bird’s-Eye View of Family Law in Nevada (2024)

This presentation will feature a quick overview of hot topics related to family law matters including:

  • Custody, Child Support, Maintenance & Property Issues
  • Spousal Maintenance
  • Valuation & Division of Property
  • Speaker: Lorien Cole, Esq. of Cole Family Law Firm
  • Date: Wednesday, May 22, 2024, Time: 11:30 a.m. to 12:45 p.m.
  • Location: Online via Zoom
  • About: This program will provide an opportunity for CCBA members and USAF attorneys and legal office personnel to learn about a variety of legal issues that service members may face in their personal lives in southern Nevada.
  • Pricing: The live webcasts (via Zoom) are FREE for CCBA Members (2024) and active U.S. Airforce members only. After the program, recorded materials rental (per program) will be available at $25/CCBA Member or $50/non-member.
  • RSVP to the CCBA by 5/20/2024: https://clarkcountybar.org/marketplace/cle-programs/a-birds-eye-view-of-family-law-cle-program/

Lunchtime Learning CLE

Sponsors: Bank of Nevada and Las Vegas Legal Video

“Probate for the Non-Probate Attorney: Navigating Probate in PI & Wrongful Death Cases”

  • Speaker: James A. Fontano, Probate Commissioner, 8th Judicial District Court
    About: You are good at what you do—whether it’s a simple car accident or a complex wrongful death suit, you have spent a lot of time perfecting your craft, and you deliver excellent legal service to your clients. But problems always seem to arise when you have a matter that requires approval of a settlement or an order to distribute the proceeds from the probate court. In this CLE, Probate Commissioner James Fontano will provide tools and tricks to getting your civil case through probate quickly and efficiently, and without those annoying emails telling you that your matter has to be continued or taken off calendar. You will learn:
    • How probate works, how long it takes, and what procedural steps are involved
    • What a special administration is, and what it allows you to do
    • Why probate approval is necessary, and how to get your settlement approved
    • How to allocate proceeds between the estate and the decedent’s heirs
    • How to convert the special administration to a set aside, summary administration, or general administration, and how to close the estate.
  • Date: Wednesday, May 8, 2024
  • Time: 12:00 to 1:15 pm
  • Location: Online via Zoom
  • Offers: 1.0 General CLE Credit (NV)
  • Live webcast (via Zoom): FREE for CCBA Members (2024) only.  Not a CCBA member? Join/renew now.
  • Recorded materials rental: $25/CCBA Member or $50/non-member
  • RSVP to CCBA by 5/7/2024: https://clarkcountybar.org/marketplace/cle-programs/probate-for-the-non-probate-attorney-cle-program/

Lunchtime Learning CLEs

Law Day CLE Series Free for CCBA Members

These events will provide an opportunity for CCBA members and USAF attorneys and legal office personnel to learn about a variety of legal issues that service members may face in their personal lives in southern Nevada. Each program in the series is planned to be held via Zoom:

The live webcasts (via Zoom) are FREE for active U.S. Air Force members and CCBA Members (2024) only. Not a CCBA member? Join/renew now. We plan to record the programs. After the programs, recorded materials rental (per program) will be available at $25/CCBA Member or $50/non-member.

Bar Benefit Spotlight

Free Lunchtime Learning CLE Programs

Live webcasts included with 2024 CCBA membership!

Get access for up to 13 hours of CLE programming provided via live webcasts (via Zoom) with a current CCBA membership. Offer includes CLE reporting for each completed program. To benefit from this complimentary bar service, the CCBA member must RSVP for the scheduled webcast and login to participate in the live webcast.

Look for upcoming CLE programs to be listed on our website!

Lunchtime Learning CLE

“Protecting Your Law Firm Against Cyber Attacks”

Sponsor: Alera Group and Cowbell Cyber

  • Speakers: 
    • Nathan Abir, Risk Engineer for Cowbell Cyber
    • Abimbola Afolabi, Senior Cyber Marketing Manager at Cowbell
    • Gabe Karroum, Sales Manager at Cowbell
    • Joel Jarvis, Producer, Alera Group Las Vegas
  • Course description: Technology has changed dramatically over the years, and the advantages to using it have gone up along with the risks of attack by hackers. This CLE will teach you what is happening in the cyber arena to hack your systems, how to avoid these nefarious actors, and what to do in the event of a disaster. Real claims scenarios will be presented with some solutions to tighten your law firms’ systems.
  • Topics:
    • Introduction to Cyber Hacking, Intrusions, Malware, Threats, and System Breakdowns
    • Cyber Liability Claims and how thieves attack your system from sample claims
    • How to avoid technology claims against your law firm, tighten up your technology systems, and what to do if you are attacked.
  • Date: Wednesday, April 24, 2024
  • Time: 12:00 to 1:15 p.m.
  • Location: Online via Zoom
  • Offers: 1.0 General CLE Credit (NV)
  • Recorded materials rental: $25/CCBA Member or $50/non-member
  • Order online: https://clarkcountybar.org/marketplace/cle-programs/protecting-your-law-firm-against-cyber-attacks-cle-program/

Lunchtime Learning CLE

“Cross Court CLE Webinar – Washoe & Clark Counties”

Sponsors: Washoe County Bar Association and Clark County Bar Association

Lunchtime Learning CLE

Sponsors: Bank of Nevada and Las Vegas Legal Video

“Nevada’s Business Judgment Rule Post-Guzman

  • Speaker: Bruce Leslie, Bruce A. Leslie, Chtd.
  • About: Learn about Nevada’s business judgment rule under NRS 78.138, the Guzman case, and interplay with the theory of shareholder primacy. Also learn about concerns related to Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) and Diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI).
  • Date: Thursday, April 11, 2024
  • Time: 12 to 1:15 p.m.
  • Location: Online via Zoom
  • Offers: 1.0 General CLE Credit (NV)
  • Live webcast (via Zoom): FREE for CCBA Members (2024) only
  • Recorded materials rental: $25/CCBA Member or $50/non-member
  • RSVP to CCBA by 4/9/2024: https://clarkcountybar.org/marketplace/cle-programs/nevadas-business-judgment-rule-post-guzman-cle-program/

CLE Attendance Reporting Included

The CCBA can report the attendance by Nevada lawyers who have registered for and completed CCBA’s CLE programs to the Nevada Board of Continuing Legal Education at no extra charge. Attendance reporting is done automatically for Nevada bar lawyers who attend our live webcasts and in-personal events.

For our recorded CLE programs, participating Nevada lawyers must submit, to Donna at the CCBA (via Donnaw@clarkcountybar.org), the following information:

  • Nevada lawyer’s name and Nevada Bar #
  • Title of the program
  • Date on which they completed the program

To make the Nevada’s 2024 CLE requirement’s reporting deadline of 12/31/2024, submit the information BEFORE 12/20/2024. The CCBA is an Accredited Provider with the Nevada Board of Continuing Legal Education.

CCBA’s Continuing Legal Education (CLE) Library

Order individual titles or a bundle of CLE programs.

Order a CLE bundle:

To order online – Fill out this easy web form: https://clarkcountybar.org/cle-library-order-form/

To order via phone – It’s easy as 1-2-3…

  1. Send an email to Donna (donnaw@clarkcountybar.org) or call our office at 702-387-6011 with the title(s) of the CLE program(s) that you have selected from the catalog. See PDF download: https://clarkcountybar.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/11/ccba-cle-av-library-catalog.pdf;
  2. Call our office at 702-387-6011 with your credit card information and make payment for the order; and
  3. Look for an email (from Donna) with the links to the recordings and supplemental materials for your selected CLE programs.

Order individual titles:

“Protecting Your Law Firm Against Financial Crime”

Sponsor: Alera Group

  • About: Financial Crimes against law firms are on the rise, and this CLE will teach you the crimes that insurance companies see most often, the way they are orchestrated, and how to avoid being a victim of a financial or property crime in your law firm. Real claims scenarios will be presented, as well as tips and what could have been done to avoid these crimes.
  • Topics:
    • Introduction to what insurances cover you for crime incidents.
    • Crime claims and how criminals attack your firm
    • How to prevent crimes against your law firm
  • Speakers:
    • Steven Vardilos, VP Crime and Fidelity, Hanover Insurance Group
    • Jennifer Maggi, Regional Fidelity Manager, Hanover Insurance Group
    • Ginger Johnson, Claims Adjuster, Hanover Insurance Group
    • Joel Jarvis, Producer, Alera Group Las Vegas
  • Date: Wednesday, March 20, 2024
  • Time: 12:00 – 1:15 p.m.
  • Location: Online via Zoom
  • Offers: 1.0 general CLE credit (NV)
  • Recorded materials rental: $25/CCBA Member or $50/non-member.
  • Not a current member? Join or renew a CCBA membership now!
  • Order form: https://clarkcountybar.org/marketplace/cle-programs/protecting-your-law-firm-against-financial-crime-cle-program/

“Key Changes to the Nevada Rules Governing Alternative Dispute Resolution”

Produced by Stephen F. Smith of the CCBA’s CLE Committee

  • Speakers:
    • Erin Lee Truman, Alternative Dispute Resolution/Discovery Commissioner
    • Adam Ganz, Alternative Dispute Resolution/Discovery Commissioner
  • Course description: Speakers will address the key rule changes that became effective in 2023. Topics will include:
    • Changes to requests for exemptions
    • Changes to timelines and new deadline requirements
    • Authority of arbitrators
    • Changes affecting evidence at arbitration and substantive rights at subsequent trial de novo
    • Changes to awards for fees and costs for parties, arbitrators, and short trial judges
    • Tips for success in arbitration and short trial
    • Court Annexed Mediation Program
  • Recorded: 2/29/2024
  • Offers: 1.0 General CLE Credit (NV)
  • Price: Recorded materials rental: $25/CCBA Member or $50/non-member
  • Not a current member? Join or renew a CCBA membership now!
  • Order form: https://clarkcountybar.org/marketplace/cle-programs/key-changes-to-the-nevada-rules-governing-adr-cle-program/

“New Small Business Reorganization Act”

Sponsors: Bank of Nevada and Las Vegas Legal Video

  • About: The Small Business Reorganization Act of 2019 is a game-changer for business bankruptcies. With a debt limit of $7,500,000, this new streamlined chapter 11 process provides a lifeline for many businesses struggling to overcome the residual effects of COVID-19 and high inflation, as well as the continuing challenges of high interest rates. This one-hour program will explain the provisions and application of the new “Subchapter V,” including eligibility, how to obtain information, debtor’s obligations, creditor’s rights, and impact of this new type of bankruptcy. In addition to the legal structure of small business bankruptcies, the presentation will provide insight into restructuring and collection alternatives.
  • Speaker: Candace Carlyon of Carlyon Cica Chtd.
  • Recorded: 2/7/2024
  • Offers: 1.0 General CLE Credit (NV)
  • Price: Recorded materials rental: $25/CCBA Member or $50/non-member
  • Not a current member? Join or renew a CCBA membership now!
  • Order form: https://clarkcountybar.org/marketplace/cle-programs/new-small-business-reorganization-act-cle-program/

“Mental Health Awareness for Professionals: Substance Abuse & Suicide Prevention”

Sponsors: Bank of Nevada and Las Vegas Legal Video

“How to Argue: Motions and Appeals”

Speaker: Dan Polsenberg, Esq., Lewis Roca

A special presentation for Nevada lawyers produced by the Appellate Litigation Section of the State Bar of Nevada and the CCBA. Learn how to emphasize certain legal points and clarify arguments when presenting your issues in district court and in the appellate courts. Featuring food, fun, and collegiality!

  • The most important part of an oral argument.
  • Developing the one sentence you want the judges to remember.
  • The law versus fairness.
  • Knowing when to stop.
  • Effective use of rebuttal.

Bankruptcy for the Non-bankruptcy Practitioner

Sponsors: Bank of Nevada and Las Vegas Legal Video

Moving In or Moving Out: Landlord Tenant Law in NV

Sponsors: Bank of Nevada and Las Vegas Legal Video

Landlord-tenant laws went through significant changes during the pandemic. Now that the emergency is behind us, the laws are again changed. Recently AB486, which provided for the eviction mediation program, expired. So where does that leave Nevada today? Join two experts in the field of residential landlord-tenant law as they break down the current state of the law. From evictions to habitability, the speakers will cover the basics every Nevada attorney needs to know.


Diversity in Action: Recruiting a Diverse Workforce

A special DICE CLE program hosted during the Clark County Bar Luncheon featuring notable members of Nevada’s legal community.

The DICE CLE Series is funded in part by State Bar of Nevada’s IDEA Grant and sponsors: Adams ESQ ConsilioFirst LegalHeidari Law GroupLas Vegas Legal VideoMurchison & Cumming LLPThe Vieira Firm


ChatGPT and Other AI Tools in the Law

Sponsors: Bank of Nevada and Las Vegas Legal Video

  • Topics:
    • What is ChatGPT? A brief background on how artificial intelligence is available to everyday users.
    • What can ChatGPT potentially do? Examples of how attorneys can ask questions on the platform and expected responses.
    • Does it work? A real-time example, with fact-checking and corroborating/refuting research.
    • Are there implications? Looking at plagiarism issues and legal ethical issues when using these.
    • Bottom line. A summary of what we present, including steps to utilizing the platforms in your career.
  • Speakers: Pooja Kumar and Michael Smith of Lewis Brisbois
  • Date: Wednesday, August 16, 2023
  • Time: 12:00 to 1:15 p.m.
  • Where: Online via Zoom
  • CLE: 1.0 General CLE Credit (NV)
  • Price for recorded materials rental: $25/CCBA Member or $50/non-member
  • Not a current member? Join or renew a CCBA membership now!
  • Order form: https://clarkcountybar.org/marketplace/cle-programs/chatgpt-and-other-ai-tools-in-the-law-cle-program/

Cybersecurity for Law Firms

Sponsor: RedPanda Systems

  • Program Topics:
    • Importance of Cybersecurity for Law Firms
    • Threats to Law Firms and Their Data
    • Data Compliances and Standards for Law Firms
    • How to Protect Your Data
  • Speaker: David Shultis, President and Partner at RedPanda Systems
  • Date: Thursday, August 10, 2023
  • Time: 12 to 1:15 pm
  • Where: Online via Zoom
  • Credits: 1.0 General CLE Credit (NV)
  • Price for recorded materials rental: $25/CCBA Member or $50/non-member
  • Order form: https://clarkcountybar.org/marketplace/cle-programs/cybersecurity-for-law-firms-cle-program/

The 5-Star Reputation: Build Success through Ethical Marketing and Civility

Sponsors: Bank of Nevada and Las Vegas Legal Video

Produced by Stephen Smith of the CCBA’s CLE Committee


Improve Your Public Speaking: Be Calm, Confident and Compelling

Sponsors: Bank of Nevada and Las Vegas Legal Video

Produced by Michael Wendlberger of the CCBA’s CLE Committee

  • Speaker: Amy Ayoub, President, The Zen Speaker
  • Course Description: Every time you speak, you are branding yourself and your company. When in a crowded marketplace where others have similar expertise and experience, your communication skills will give you a competitive edge. Just making a few slight changes in your communication skills will create a significant difference in how you impact your audience. This is true whether you are speaking to one person or an arena full of people. Through this training you will:
    • Become calm, confident and compelling when you’re in the spotlight
    • Gain instant credibility with your audience
    • Conquer anxiety through proven techniques you can practice anywhere
    • Learn to present in a conversational and engaging manner
    • Discover and share your unique story to create a personal connection
  • Recorded: 6/21/2023
  • Format: Audio/Video. Recorded materials are provided via hyperlink in email.
  • CLE: 1.0 General CLE Credit (NV)
  • Price for recorded materials rental: $25/CCBA Member or $50/non-member
  • Not a current member? Join or renew a CCBA membership now!
  • Order form: https://clarkcountybar.org/marketplace/cle-programs/improve-your-public-speaking-cle-program/

Cultural Competency in the Legal Profession

The DICE CLE Series is funded in part by State Bar of Nevada’s IDEA Grant and DICE CLE Series Sponsors + a Nevada Bar Foundation Matching Challenge.

Sponsors:

Produced by Hardeep “Dee” Sull of the CCBA’s Diversity and Inclusion Committee for Equity

Panelists:

  • Athar Hassebullah, Esq. of ACLU of Nevada
  • Dr. Radhika Kunnel, Esq. of Nevada Attorney General’s Office
  • Cecia Alvarado of Latino Outreach Solutions, LLC – NEWLY ADDED!
  • Moderator: Hardeep “Dee” Sull of Sull & Associates

Topics:

  • Overview of cultural competency in the legal profession
  • Discussion of the challenges lawyers face in addressing cultural competency
  • Best practices for developing and delivering cultural competency
  • Brainstorming and ideation of ideas for cultural competency

Basic Estate Planning Components – Focus on Health Care POAs

Sponsor: Southern Nevada Senior Law Program


Asset Protection Planning: How to protect your wealth, practice, and clients from the biggest threats

Sponsors: Bank of Nevada and Las Vegas Legal Video and WestPac Wealth Partners

  • Speakers: David M. Grant, Partner at Grant Morris Dodd, and Jason Oshins MBA, CeXP at WestPac Wealth Partners
  • Recorded: 4/25/2023
  • Format: Audio/Video. Recorded materials are provided via hyperlink in email.
  • CLE: 1.0 hour of continuing legal education (CLE) for Nevada lawyers
  • Price for recorded materials rental: $25/CCBA Member or $50/non-member
  • Order form: https://clarkcountybar.org/asset-protection-planning-cle-program/

Traffic Court: AB116 Jurisdictional Implementations

Sponsors: Bank of Nevada and Las Vegas Legal Video

Produced by Weldon Havins, MD, Esq. of CCBA’s CLE Committee

  • Panelists: Judge Alicia Albritton of Henderson Municipal Court, Terri March, Court Administrator/Clerk of Court of North Las Vegas Justice Court, and Hearing Commissioner Shannon Nordstrom of Las Vegas Municipal Court
  • Judge Albritton’s topics:
    • How AB116 is implemented in Henderson Municipal Court
      • Review of “AB116 Overview for Attorneys”
    • Ongoing Issues and Concerns
      • Public Confusion
      • Important issues not addressed in the bill
    • Brazos (system used for ticket writers
  • Terri March’s topics:
    • Challenges associated with the implementation of AB116 within court case management systems
  • Hearing Commissioner Nordstrom’s topics:
    • What’s new with LV Muni Court Traffic
    • New court rules and where to find them
    • Attorney sessions
    • Arraignments and trial settings
    • Payment options
  • Recorded: 4/5/2023
  • Format: Audio/Video. Recorded materials are provided via hyperlink in email.
  • CLE: 1.0 hour of continuing legal education (CLE) for Nevada lawyers
  • Cost: Complimentary for current CCBA members or $25 per Non-Member
  • Order form: https://clarkcountybar.org/cle-program-traffic-court/

Suicide Awareness and Emotional Well-Being

Sponsors: Bank of Nevada and Las Vegas Legal Video

Join us for a discussion about understanding of mental and emotional health and how we can play a role in preventing suicide in our community.


Preventing Workplace Discrimination

This is a program in the DICE CLE Series

The DICE CLE Series is funded in part by State Bar of Nevada’s IDEA Grant and DICE CLE Series Sponsors + a Nevada Bar Foundation Matching Challenge.

Sponsors:

  • Panelists: Noel Hernandez and Elody Tignor of Ogletree Deakins Nash Smoak & Stewart PC; Connye Y. Harper, Esq. of ACLU of Nevada
  • Topics:
  • Overview and history of anti-discrimination laws including Title VII, ADEA, ADA, Equal Pay Act, Pregnancy Discrimination Act, and 42 USC § 1981
  • Employer preventative measures
  • CLE: 1.0 hour of continuing legal education (CLE) for Nevada lawyers
  • Recorded: 3/29/2023
  • Format: Audio/Video. Recorded materials are provided via hyperlink in email.
  • Price: FREE for Nevada lawyers
  • Order form: https://clarkcountybar.org/preventing-workplace-discrimination-dice-cle-program/

Product Liability Cases and IP

Sponsors: Bank of Nevada and Las Vegas Legal Video

Join us for a discussion relevant to the pre-filing investigation in a product liability case. The CLE will discuss the following topics: (1) how to spot the different types of intellectual property involved in a product liability case; (2) how to find potentially relevant records regarding this intellectual property on the Internet; and (3) how to understand the content of those records and apply it to a product liability case under Nevada law.  Included in the discussion is how to identify through intellectual property records the legal names of the entities involved in the design, manufacture, sale, or distribution of a product in a product liability case.

  • Speaker: Eric L. Abbott of Eric Abbott Law PLLC
  • Recorded: 3/15/2023
  • Format: Audio/Video. Recorded materials are provided via hyperlink in email.
  • CLE: 1.0 hour of continuing legal education (CLE) for Nevada lawyers
  • Price for recorded materials rental: $25/CCBA Member (2023) or $50/non-member
  • Order form: https://clarkcountybar.org/product-liability-cases-and-ip-cle-program/

The Basics of Family Law Jurisdiction

Sponsors: Bank of Nevada and Las Vegas Legal Video

A concept that is given too little attention in school and in practice, jurisdiction is the key determinant of whether a specific court can act at all and, if so, determines what the Court can actually decide.

Family Law has unique and different jurisdictional requirements from most other areas of law, which should be examined in almost every case.  Just because a Court can hear a divorce action does not mean that it can determine custody, support, or even some property issues. This program will cover these key concepts:

  • The Concept of Divisible Divorce
  • Divorce Jurisdiction, subject matter and personal
  • Child Custody – Initial and Modification Jurisdiction
  • Child Support – Initial and Modification Jurisdiction
  • Military Retirement Federal Jurisdiction
  • Family Court Jurisdiction

Five Reasons You Should Refer an International Client to Consult a Business Immigration Attorney – a CLE program

Sponsors: Bank of Nevada and Las Vegas Legal Video


Gazed and Confused: Brief Overview of Administrative Procedures & Clues of DUI SFSTs: HGN, WAT, and OLS (2022)

  • Speaker: Lance J. Hendron, Esq. of Hendron Law Group, LLC
  • About: Presentation includes relevant information for Nevada lawyers regarding the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Standardized Field Sobriety Test, Horizontal Gaze Nystagmaus Test, Walk and Turn Test, and the One Leg Stand Test.
  • Recorded: 3/16/2021
  • Offers: 1.5 General CLE Credits (NV)
  • Price for recorded materials rental:

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CLE bundles

  • CLE Full Bundle (group of programs offering up to 13 CLE hours) for $600
  • CLE Half Bundle (group of programs offering up to 6 CLE hours) for $300
  • CLE Half Bundle (group of programs offering up to 6 CLE hours) for $150—ONLY for current CCBA members
  • CLE Passport (group of programs offering up to 13 CLE hours) for $200—ONLY for current CCBA members

Order online

To order a group of programs using the bar’s website, complete the CLE Library Order Form. Alternatively, orders can be made for individual programs, bundles, or the CLE Passport by ordering from our CLE Audio/Visual Catalog. See below ↓

Order via phone

It’s easy as 1-2-3

  1. Send an email to Donna (donnaw@clarkcountybar.org) or call our office at 702-387-6011 with the title(s) of the CLE program(s) that you have selected from the catalog. See PDF download: https://clarkcountybar.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/11/ccba-cle-av-library-catalog.pdf;
  2. Call our office at 702-387-6011 with your credit card information and make payment for the order; and
  3. Look for an email (from Donna) with the links to the recordings and supplemental materials for your selected CLE programs.

CLE Program Attendance Reporting

The CCBA can report the attendance by Nevada lawyers who have registered for and completed CCBA’s CLE programs to the Nevada Board of Continuing Legal Education at no extra charge.

Nevada lawyers who want to benefit from this service will need to complete the CCBA’s recorded CLE program(s) and submit an email to Donna—BEFORE 12/22/2023—with this information:

  • Nevada lawyer’s name and Nevada Bar #
  • Title of the program
  • Date on which they completed the program

Learn more about CLE Program Attendance Reporting at https://clarkcountybar.org/about/member-benefits/continuing-legal-education-cle-opportunities/.


Special thanks to these businesses for supporting CCBA’s CLE Programming

The CCBA is an Accredited Provider with the Nevada Board of Continuing Legal Education.

*Update 11/16/2021: Member login to this website has been disabled. To purchase items that offer discounted pricing for CCBA members, please contact the CCBA office at 702-387-6011.

For more information, contact Donna at Clark County Bar Association, 717 S. 8th Street, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89101. Phone: (702) 387-6011.

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