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Previously presented at the 2016 Annual Meeting - Bench and Bar Conference, Aug. 18 - 20, 2016.

1.0 General

This session will examine current trends in 3-D technology, including engineering advances, licensing and impacts on copyright, patent and trade secrets with specific examples of trending case law. Special attention will be placed on 3-D technology in the medical field for both brain imaging and lib organ replacement in both humans and animals.... Details
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Previously presented on March 20, 2017

2.0 EP

Although sharing similarities, the Judicial Standards Commission and the Disciplinary Board of the New Mexico Supreme Court perform different functions. This program will discuss the two regulatory agencies, their rules and procedures and their similarities and differences. The discussion will include examples of conduct that constitutes a violation of the Judicial Code of Conduct, the Rules of Professional... Details
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Previously presented at the 2016 Annual Meeting - Bench and Bar Conference, Aug. 18 - 20, 2016.

1.0 General

This presentation will give an overview of what amenability is and when and how it is used in youthful offender cases. The session will address the amenability statutes, case law and legal arguments to be made by both the prosecution and the defense. Attendees should develop an understanding of the process from start to finish.
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Previously presented at the 2016 Annual Meeting - Bench and Bar Conference, Aug. 18 - 20, 2016.

1.0 General

Bail reform in New Mexico has been an important issue over the last year. In this session, Chief Justice Charles W. Daniels will discuss proposed bail reform rules currently being considered as well as the pros and cons of the proposed constitutional amendment to be included on the ballot in November.
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Professionally trained courthouse facility dogs are working throughout the country in prosecutor’s offices, child advocacy centers and family
courts to assist crime victims and other individuals while they participate in stressful legal proceedings. As legally neutral companions for witnesses during the investigation and prosecution of crimes, the dogs have a dramatic impact on the ability and willingness of the most vulnerable witnesses to describe what happened. The dogs also ... Details
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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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Presenter Liza Zamd, a senior trial attorney from the Department of Justice, will discuss prohibitions on citizenship status and national origin discrimination in the employment context. Specific topics include the legality of “U.S. citizen only” hiring policies, requiring English language skills for employees, the prevalence of discrimination arising in the Form I-9 and E-Verify contexts, and best practices during internal Form I-9 audits. Participants will also learn of free DOJ... Details
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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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This on-demand CLE program includes a panel discussion, Q & A and lecture concerning updates to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure as they pertain to the scope of discovery and deposition practice, ethical considerations when deposing lay and expert witnesses in federal cases and best practices for taking and defending depositions in federal cases.

2.0 G, 1.0 EP
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Become up to date on the most recent DWI legislation, ethically apply the rules of evidence in court and learn how to evaluate your case from the initial stop to sentencing. Don’t miss this program presented by Hon. Conrad Perea of the Doña Ana Magistrate Court.

2.0 G 1.0 EP

This CLE program was originally presented live at the State Bar Center on December 20, 2016.
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This program was previously presented on December 1, 2016.

This CLE will address employee marijuana and prescription drug use in the workplace. The presentation will also discuss how employer's drug testing programs are impacted by the legalization of marijuana and prescription drug use.
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Previously presented on March 31, 2017.

2.0 EP

Join Bill Slease, chief disciplinary counsel for the New Mexico Supreme Court Disciplinary Board as he discusses ethical implications and considerations for government attorneys.
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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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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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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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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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This course will discuss the common ethical issues that arise when an attorney uses social media and technology in the practice of law, including advertising, client counseling, candor to courts and client communication and confidentiality.

1.0 EP

Previously presented Dec. 12, 2016 and as subsequent Live Replays
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This course will cover the ethical requirements for operating and managing an attorney trust account, including the deposit and refund of unearned fees, what type of and how to keep the necessary trust account records, and a discussion of the acceptable, ethical methods of billing clients.

2.0 EP

Previously presented Dec. 12, 2016 and as subsequent live replays.
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The scariest stories are those tales where responsible lawyers who care about acting in an appropriate manner get into disciplinary trouble. In this program, attendees will learn about the common missteps that are made by otherwise responsible attorneys. After hearing this program attendees will be able to embark upon their career as a safer, stronger attorney.

3.0 EP

This program was previously presented live at the State Bar Center on Decmeber 21,... Details
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Add a little fiction to your legal writing - Sounds like a contradiction? Not necessarily. Before Steve Berry was a New York Times and #1 international bestsellign author, he was a trial lawyer. 30 years of active practice taught him about legal writng - what works and what doesn't - and 15 best selling novels tuaght Berry how to engage a reader. Legal writing is designed to persuade and entertain. But these two goals are not mutually exclusive. In a compelling program Berry... Details
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Previously presented December 29, 2015 at the State Bar Center, and in subsequent Live Replays.

2.0 General, 1.0 EP

This CLE program will cover a multitude of topics relevant to attorney’s practicing in federal court. Presenters will discuss Rule 16 conferences, motion practice and 636 objections.