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Originally presented on March 13, 2015 at the State Bar Center.

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.

Presented by Christine Long, Esq.
1.0 EP RT: 1 hour
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Originally presented on March 13, 2015 at the State Bar Center.

Facebook, Twitter and G-Chats, oh my! In this session learn about the growing need to use social media in your law practice and the ethical issues associated with that use.

Presented by William Slease, Esq.
1.0 EP RT: 1 hour
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Originally presented on March 13, 2015 at the State Bar Center.

How do and should lawyers treat one another, the Courts, their opposing parties and their own clients? This session will discuss a growing concern about incivility and unprofessionalism in the legal profession, whether and when such behavior violates the Rules of Professional Conduct, and what can and is being done to address the issues.

Presented by William Slease, Esq.
1.0 EP RT: 1... Details
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Originally presented on April 29, 2015 at the State Bar Center.

This CLE focuses on mistakes in law practice that Senior Lawyers Division attorneys have committed and that SLD attorneys and Judge Malott hope to help other lawyers avoid.


1.0 G RT: 1 hour
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Originally presented December 10, 2014 at the State Bar Center.

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 to learn how to deal with a few thorny issues that might come your way.

Presented by State Bar Ethics Advisory Committee members.

2.0 EP RT: 2 hours, 1 min.
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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each week by the New Mexico Supreme Court and the Court of Appeals, writs of certiorari, the list of published and unpublished Court of Appeals' opinions, the legal education calendar, notices and announcements, and classified advertising.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- 2012 21st Century Persuasive Writing
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DVD- 2013 EP: Charging a Reasonable Fee & Proper Trust Accounting
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DVD- 2013 EP: Ethically Managing Your Practice & Conflicts of Interest
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DVD- 2013 Exit Strategies for Retiring Lawyers
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DVD- 2013 Legal Career Makeover: How to Refresh & Refocus Yor Future
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DVD- Retain Your Clients: A Roadmap to Effective, Ethical Client Service
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DVD- 2013 10th Annual Spring Elder Law Institute
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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.
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3-year membership. * Student membership in the State Bar constitutes non-voting positions only. You must currently be enrolled in an ABA accredited law school. The Benefits of Membership Include: - Weekly E-mail to the Bar Bulletin - Weekly ENews - Membership in the Young Lawyers Division (YLD) - Membership in practice sections (maximum of two per year) - Participation in State Bar committees - Free live seminars on a space available basis from the Center for Legal Education of the... Details
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1-year membership. * Student membership in the State Bar constitutes non-voting positions only. You must currently be enrolled in an ABA accredited law school. The Benefits of Membership Include: - Weekly E-mail to the Bar Bulletin - Weekly ENews - Membership in the Young Lawyers Division (YLD) - Membership in practice sections (maximum of two per year) - Participation in State Bar committees - Free live seminars on a space available basis from the Center for Legal Education of the... Details
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Mentorship fees applicable to new lawyers admitted to the bar participating in the BTG Mentorship Program. Begin program - $150.00.
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Mentorship fees applicable to new lawyers admitted to the bar participating in the BTG Mentorship Program. Combined start and end fees.