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The Idaho State Bar and Idaho Law Foundation, Inc. is excited to offer over 150 online, on-demand (self-study) programs to assist you in meeting your MCLE reporting requirements.  With 24/7 availability, you can easily view programs whenever and wherever it is convenient.


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  • All online, on-demand (self-study) programs are considered “self-study” (of the minimum thirty (30) credit hours necessary for reporting every three years, only 15 may be claimed as self study).
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  • Your on-demand streaming account only lists submitted credit for courses purchased through FastCLE. Full ISB attendance credits are listed through our Online Attendance Records Search.
2019 Headline News Meridian

Sponsored by the Idaho Law Foundation, Inc. with Official Corporate Sponsor LawPay Credit Card Processing

4.75 CLE credits of which 1.0 is Ethics - NAC Approved
 

Join the Idaho Law Foundation, Inc. for the annual overview of hot topics in a variety of practice areas, including Employment & Labor Law, Tax Law, Ethics, Criminal Law, Civil Law, and more!

Seminar Agenda 

       Employment & Labor Law Update – Pamela S. Howland, Idaho Employment Lawyers

       Tax Law Update –  Andrea J. Rosholt, Hawley Troxell

     Morning Break

      Ethics Update – James K. Dickinson, Ada County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office

   

    Criminal Law Update – Jenny C. Swinford, Idaho State Appellate Public Defender’s Office

       Civil Law Update – John W. Kluksdal, Hepworth Holzer, LLP

  

     Family Law Update – Katherine A. Meier, Cosho Humphrey, LLP

 

2019 Lessons from the Masters

Sponsored by Idaho Law Foundation, Inc.

1.5 CLE credits of which .5 is Ethics credits / NAC Approved

Length:  Approx. 1.5 Hours

Join Hon. Darla S. Williamson, Senior 4th District Judge, J. Ford Elsaesser of Elsaesser Anderson, Chtd. and Charles Homer of Holden, Kidwell, Hahn & Crapo, PLLC as this distinguished jurist and attorneys showcase their exalted legal careers and commitment to public service.  They will share best practices, tips for practitioners, and of course, mix in some memorable stories.

 

A View From the Appellate Bench in Idaho

Sponsored by the Idaho Law Foundation, Inc.

1.5 CLE credits of which 1.5 are NAC credits 

Length:  Approx. 1.5 hours

Idaho Supreme Court Justices G. Richard Bevan and Gregory W. Moeller and Idaho Court of Appeals Judge Jessica M. Lorello, will share their insight as some of the newest members of the Idaho appellate bench along with practice tips and observations.

Can I Get This Tweet Admitted? Evidentiary Issues in the Digital Age

Sponsored by Idaho Law Foundation, Inc.

2.0 CLE credits of which 2.0 are NAC credits 

Length:  Approx. 2 hours

The popularity of social media and other digital media in society has resulted in an increase in issues involving the admissibility of their content in court.  This experienced panel including the Hon. Jennifer L.K. Haemmerle, 5th District Magistrate Judge, Michael Bartlett of Nevin, Benjamin, McKay & Bartlett, LLP, and Justin Whatcott, Assistant U.S. Attorney, District of Idaho will examine the challenges associated with the admission of digital evidence under current evidentiary rules, how some courts have tried to address those challenges, and practice tips for admitting or contesting the admission of digital evidence.

Cybersecurity Vulnerabilities - You and Your Client

Sponsored by the Idaho Law Foundation, Inc.

1.5 CLE credits of which .75 are Ethics credits 

Length: Approx. 1.5 Hours

Lawyers have an ethical obligation to ensure communications are secure. Law firms possess a wealth of confidential and valuable information making them an ever-growing target of cyber-attacks. Understand what information the internet knows and how to control the vulnerabilities for your firm and your clients.

Handling Your First or Next Real Estate Case

Sponsored by Idaho Law Foundation, Inc. and LawPay

Length:  Approx. 2 Hours

Join experienced practitioners and former Real Property Section Chairpersons, T. Hethe Clark (Spink Butler, LLP) and Hilary S. Vaughn (Holland & Hart, LLP), as they cover several topics including but not limited to: security documents, foreclosures, zoning, legal descriptions, easements, second mortgages, deeds of trust, underlying encumbrances, instruments of conveyance, proration of rents and damage deposits. Their presentation will also address property taxes, fire & casualty insurance, title insurance, environmental provisions, due on sale clauses and warranty deeds.

Handling Your First or Next Wrongful Death Case

Sponsored by the Idaho Law Foundation, Inc. with Official Corporate Sponsor LawPay Credit Card Processing

2.0 CLE credits of which 2.0 is NAC Approved

Join the Idaho Law Foundation and experienced practitioner Jason Monteleone (Johnson & Monteleone, LLP) as he covers several topics on wrongful death cases, including: Who CAN Make Claims and Who SHOULD Make Claims; Damages to be Claimed; How to Prove Damages at Trial; Representing Minors or Disabled Beneficiaries and/or Multiple Claimants; Conflicts and Ethical Considerations; and Dealing with the Cap on Non-Economic Damages.

Length:  Approx. 2 Hours

 

LIVE EVENT Handling Your First or Next Motor Vehicle Crash Case

Sponsored by the Idaho Law Foundation

The Law Center

525 W. Jefferson St. - Boise, ID / Live Webcast

**Live Webcast Available

 

2.0 CLE credits - NAC (pending) 

Registration begins at 8:30 a.m.

Whether you are contemplating taking your first motor vehicle accident case or you are a seasoned practitioner wanting up-to-date information in the motor vehicle accident arena, this program will provide essential information on the typical and not so typical issues that arise including but not limited to: understanding of an auto insurance policy; pitfalls of uninsurance/underinsurance; negotiation factors to consider; settlement considerations; and do’s and dont’s in trial prep. Join Michael P. Stefanic, Anderson, Julian & Hull, LLP and Scott Lundgreen, Johnson & Lundgreen, PC, as they lead this discussion.

LIVE EVENT New Attorney Program Spring 2020

Sponsored by the Idaho Law Foundation, Inc.
Boise Centre - 850 W. Front Street - Boise, ID

**In person attendance only

4.0 CLE credits of which 1.0 is Ethics – NAC Approved

Registration Fee:  $130.00 or $145.00 the day of the event.

Registration/Continental Breakfast begins at 7:30 a.m.

The New Attorney Program consists of an introduction on Idaho practice, procedure and ethics. This course meets the CLE requirements of Idaho State Bar Commission Rule 402(f)(3).

Program agenda and speakers TBA



 

Technology and a New Generation: How Progress Affects Professional Responsibility

Sponsored by Concordia University, School of Law

2.0 CLE credits of which 2.0 are Ethics credits - NAC

Length:  Approx. 2 hours

Technological advances, including social media, and generation shifts in the workforce of the legal profession have brought changes and challenges. These shifts impact areas of professional identity, ethics and the professional rules of conduct.   Professors Brenda Bagues and Summer Chandler from Concordia University, School of Law  will offer potential solutions and ways to address them.

 

Technology in the Practice of Law - 2019 Annual Flagship CLE

Sponsored by the Idaho Law Foundation, Inc.

4.75 CLE credits of which 1.0 is Ethics and 1.75 are NAC

Length:  Approx. 5 Hours

Join the Idaho Law Foundation for our annual flagship CLE and spend an afternoon learning how technology can modernize your practice and improve efficiency.  Experts will share their knowledge on discovery production, law practice management tools, cyber security and the ethical pitfalls you need to be aware of in the digital law firm of today.  This CLE will begin with a hosted lunch so don't delay in registering.

Seminar Agenda 

Managing Your Firm in the Cloud – Rio Peterson, CLIO

How to Prevent Phishing for Your Firm’s Weakest Link - Mark Bassingthwaighte, ALPS

Using CaseMap to Tell Your Client's Story – Justin May, Angstman Johnson

E-Discovery, Vendors, and Court Rules: What you Need to Know – Marisa Crecelius & Christina Hesse, Gjording Fouser PLLC

Tips and Tricks for Using iCourt – Idaho Supreme Court Information Technology

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