Tag: Continuing Legal Education (CLE) ⋅ Page 1

Professor Henson Presents CLE on Professional Conduct

Professor Chuck Henson recently presented a CLE to the Mound City Bar Association’s Annual Ronda F. Williams CLE Retreat in New Haven, Mo. The presentation was on the ABA Model Rule 8.4(g) and the Missouri Rules of Professional…

Mizzou Law Hosting Trademark and Copyright Law CLE

The Center for Intellectual Property & Entrepreneurship and the Association of Intellectual Property and Entertainment Law are hosting a free continuing legal education (CLE) session on February 27: What Every Lawyer Needs to Know About Trademark & Copyright Law. Annette Heller, a trademark/copyright attorney with Heller & Associates in Chesterfield, Mo., will lead this program. The event is open to the public…

Veterans Clinic Leaders Take the Tigers for Troops Program on the Road

Professor Angela Drake spoke to the Jefferson City Veterans Service Commission on February 14. She shared information about the best ways to help veterans through the Tigers for Troops program and the Mizzou Law Veterans Clinic. On February 15, the Professor Drake and Veterans Clinic Staff Attorney Brent Filbert will lead a free Tigers for Troops Continuing Legal Education training…

Professor Myers Presents CLE on U.S. Supreme Court Cases in Business and IP Law

Professor Gary Myers presented a CLE, “Supreme Court Developments for Business & IP Lawyers – 7 Cases to Remember,” to the Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis on December 13. Professor Myers reviewed seven major U.S. Supreme Court decisions from the 2017-18 term that are of particular interest to lawyers who practice in the areas of business law or intellectual property.…

Professor Trachtenberg Presents at 2018 Annual Government Practice Institute

Professor Ben Trachtenberg recently presented at the 2018 Annual Government Practice Institute in Jefferson City, Mo. The institute is organized by The Missouri Bar and provides continuing legal education, mostly to attorneys working in Missouri state government. Professor Trachtenberg’s talk, “Lessons from the 2015 Protests at the University of Missouri,” concerned Missouri’s Campus Free Expression Act (RSMo 173.1550) and the…

Professors Myers, Hawley, and Abrams Speak at Missouri Bar’s Supreme Court CLE

The Missouri Bar recently conducted  a continuing legal education program, “United States Supreme Court Highlights: 2017-1018 Term.” The five-member panel discussed the implications of several of the term’s leading decisions and prospects for the upcoming term. The panel included Mizzou Law professors Gary Myers, Erin Hawley, and Douglas…