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Previously presented at the State Bar Center and as subsequent Live Replays.

3.0 General

Key New Mexico Retirement Plans (overview and practice Tips) and New Mexico State Pensions, ERB/PERA (overview and practice tips).
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Previously presented at the 2015 Annual Meeting - Bench and Bar Conference in Colorado Springs, CO on October 2, 2015.

1.2 General

2015 U.S. Supreme Court and New Mexico Appellate Decisions
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Previously presented on March 31, 2016 and as subsequent replays at the State Bar Center.

2.0 Ethics/Professionalism

Presented by William Slease, Chief Disciplinary Counsel, New Mexico Supreme Court Disciplinary Board; this course will discuss lawyers' duties in fairness and honesty to clients, parties, courts, counsel, and others.
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Previously presented as the morning session of the 2015 Employment and Labor Law Institute on October 9, 2015 at the State Bar Center.

3.2 General

As the workforce changes, so do the issues that can arise. Stay apprised of the constant changes and challenges with dedication and effort. Join the Employment and Labor Law Institute to navigate through the complex area of employment law and discuss updates on EEOC issues, the Whistleblower Protection Act and... Details
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Previously presented December 14, 2015 at the State Bar Center.

2.0 EP

The presence of mentorship programs and informal mentoring relationships is increasing exponentially across an array of organizations and professions. Coupled with this expansion is a growing understanding of the attributes and skills shared by effective mentors and of what constitutes best practices in mentoring. By fostering positive relationships, lawyer to lawyer mentoring seeks to... Details
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Previously presented as part of the December 28, 2015 CLE, Ethicspalooza Redux - Winter 2015 Edition and as subsequent Live Replays.

1.0 EP

How to recognize them, how to avoid them and what to do when you wake up in the middle of one; this session will cover the common conflicts that arise in practice.
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This program was previously presented as part of the December 28, 2015 CLE, Ethicspalooza Redux - Winter 2015 Edition, and in subsequent Live Replays.

1.0 EP


From how to confirm that new representation to how to orderly terminate representation and everything in between, this session will cover the daily challenges faced by lawyers trying to practice law and run a business.
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Previously presented November 5, 2015 at the State Bar Center and as subsequent Live Replays.

2.5 General, 1.0 EP

This CLE uses the New Mexico Supreme Court’s recent decision in Loya v. Gutierrez to address a number of topics: tribal government authority to arrest and adjudicate non-members, the history of cross-commission agreements in New Mexico, considerations in inter-government negotiations of cross-commission agreements and other inter-governmental... Details
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Previously presented at the 2015 Annual Meeting - Bench and Bar Conference in Colorado Springs, CO on October 2, 2015 and as subsequent Live Replays.

1.5 General

This session covers the proliferation of the use of drones, their regulatory requirements and limitations on their use by law enforcement. We also will discuss the intellectual property issues related to drone hardware and software, copyright issues (think pictures), privacy rights (think pictures)... Details
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Previously presented December 14, 2015 at the State Bar Center


3.0 General


This CLE will provide insight into the techniques and tactics used by law enforcement when interrogating a suspect. Topics include situational factors experienced in the interrogation room, themes and psychology of interrogation and trial defense tips.
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Previously presented December 16, 2015 at the State Bar Center.

2.0 EP


This workshop is your opportunity to move from “best intentions” to having a viable succession plan and tangible procedures for a temporary transition. Participants will explore their options, review pertinent issues and resources and leave the workshop with adoptable forms and a clear implementation plan.
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Previously presented December 29, 2015 at the State Bar Center.

2.0 EP

You send a message to the Ethics Advisory Committee inquiring about your ethical dilemma. What happens next? Attend this program to not only see the process, but also learn how to deal with a few thorny issues that might come you way.
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Previously presented December 30, 2015 at the State Bar Center.

3.0 EP

Professional Liability Insurance: what you need to know.
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Previously presented November 17, 2015 and as subsequent replays at the State Bar Center.

3.0 General

1.0 Ethics/Professionalism


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Previously presented on December 3, 2015 and as subsequent replays.

1.5 General

1.0 Ethics/Professionalism

Topics for the 2015 Real Property Institute include a title insurance hearing update, and recent real property litigation.
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Previously Presented December 10, 2015 at the State Bar Center.

3.5 General

At the Trial Know-How! CLE, you will learn how to make compelling opening and closing statements and conduct effective direct and cross-examinations.
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Previously Presented December 10, 2015 at the State Bar Center.

3.5 General

At the Trial Know-How! CLE, you will learn how to make compelling opening and closing statements and conduct effective direct and cross-examinations.
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Previously presented October 22, 2015 at the State Bar Center, and in subsequent Live Replays.

2.0 General, 1.0 EP

Effective storytelling is a fine and beautiful art. The tale you tell will be remembered long after other orations. Although storytelling is an art, there are skills, tools and techniques that can be learned in order to develop the talent—both oral and in writing.

The presenter will show you how to pump up your legal work using... Details
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Previously presented October 22, 2015 at the State Bar Center and as subequent Live Replays.

2.0 General, 1.0 EP

Writing the Facts and Arguments in Litigation:
The presenter will cover how to use facts and arguments effectively in legal writing.
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Previously presented December 28, 2015 at the State Bar Center



1.0 Ethics/Professionalism



This session will provide attendees with insight into how the disciplinary system works from complaint forward; upcoming changes to the Rules of Professional Conduct and the Rules Governing Discipline; and Board Initiatives that extend beyond discipline.
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Previously presented March 28, 2016 and as subsequent replays at the State Bar Center.

3.0 Ethics/Professionalism

Social media is part of the legal landscape and technology is charging forward, but the ethics rules are struggling to keep up. Sure, there are obvious concerns that everyone is talking about (like confidentiality), but there are hidden hazards that few people consider (trial
publicity concerns). Join “the CLE Performer” Stuart Teicher as... Details
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The Bar Bulletin is the official publication of the State Bar of New Mexico and is published every Monday. It includes the complete text of advance opinions issued each week by the New Mexico Supreme Court and the Court of Appeals, writs of certiorari, the list of published and unpublished Court of Appeals' opinions, the legal education calendar, notices and announcements, and classified advertising. Letters to the editor and articles/stories of interest to the membership are also... Details
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DVD, 1.0 EP Originally presented on Mar. 13, 2015
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DVD, 1.0 EP Originally presented on March 13, 2015.
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Fastcase is available for subscription for inactive members of the State Bar of New Mexico. Access to New Mexico, federal, and nationwide legal libraries. The subscription fee is not prorated and no refunds are available once purchased.