This course introduces the core principles and methods of alternative dispute resolution. It provides a strong foundation in mediation skills through lecture, small group exercises, and role-playing.
26.75 hrs. of CLE credit including 2.75 hours of Ethics and 1 hour of Elimination of Bias.
Presented By: Civic Mediation ProjectWhen: 08/22/2016Where: 1055 West 7th Street, Los Angeles, CA
In-depth discussion and analysis of proposed amendments to existing statutes and proposed new code sections in California law.
Presented By: DelegationWhen: 08/23/2016Where: LACBA Headquarters, Los Angeles,
Presented By: DelegationWhen: 08/25/2016Where: LACBA Headquarters, Los Angeles,
Presented By: DelegationWhen: 08/27/2016Where: TBD, ,
Presented By: DelegationWhen: 08/30/2016Where: LACBA Headquarters, Los Angeles,
This Interactive Workshop is designed for the fully committed new mediator who is serious about going into private practice and desires to learn the best practices to do so. The goal of the Workshop is to provide participants with the necessary tools to launch a financially successful mediation practice in a highly competitive market.
3 hrs. of CLE available, including 1 hr. Ethics.
Presented By: Civic Mediation ProjectWhen: 08/31/2016Where: 1055 West 7th Street, Suite 2700, Los Angeles, CA
This is one in a series of courses offered by LACBA's acclaimed Trial Advocacy Project (TAP), where attorneys can get trial experience FAST.
Presented By: Trial Advocacy ProjectWhen: 09/06/2016Where: Los Angeles County Bar Association, Los Angeles, CA
Please join LACBA’s Immigration Legal Assistance Project for this two day training course, designed for attorneys who are new to the field of immigration or have been practicing in the field for less than one year.
Presented By: Immigration & Nationality LawWhen: 09/22/2016Where: 1055 W 7th Street, Los Angeles, CA
This course provides introductory and advanced level instruction on how to examine a witness under oath.
Presented By: Trial Advocacy ProjectWhen: 10/10/2016Where: Los Angeles County Bar Association, Los Angeles, CA
The Expert Witness Workshop provides introductory and advanced level instruction on how to use expert witnesses in civil and criminal actions, with special emphasis on expert testimony.
Topics covered in the lecture portion of the program include evidentiary rules regarding expert opinions, taking and defending expert depositions, how experts can help and hurt a case, direct and cross-examination of expert witnesses, establishing and challenging expert qualifications, and advanced expert test
Course admission is by application only. Applicants must have successfully completed the Introductory TAP (i-TAP) course or, alternatively, have at least one year of litigation experience.
Rolling admissions begin July 1 and continue up until the start of the program. Do not send payment with your application. Send application attn: TAP Administrator, P O Box 55020, Los Angeles, CA 90055-2020.
Presented By: Trial Advocacy ProjectWhen: 11/09/2016Where: Los Angeles County Bar Association, Los Angeles, CA
The Evidence Skills Workshop is based on one simple premise – “The best way to learn the rules of evidence is to argue them in an evidentiary hearing in which the admissibility of evidence is determined.”
Presented By: Trial Advocacy ProjectWhen: 11/11/2016Where: Los Angeles County Bar Association, Los Angeles, CA
This workshop will provide introductory and intermediate level instruction on how to take and defend depositions in California state court actions.
Presented By: Trial Advocacy ProjectWhen: 11/11/2016