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Litigating in a Divided Nation
September 25, 2019 - 3 pm CDT | Click to Register
Today’s political climate is shaping everyday decisions, and as attorneys, we have a responsibility to the awareness and consideration of the differing views in today’s political landscape. This one-hour course will cover key issues to consider when working in the legal space, and litigating in a divided nation. From accepting the effects of cultural changes on communities to recognizing the nature and sources of “world-view” influencing judgement, we’ll discuss:
- Creating understanding with your clients and framing issues
- Ways to help heal our communities
- Understanding the danger of false consensus
- Understanding the legal environment of your own practice
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Total General Credit - 1.0 hours
For more information, contact Cheryl Ischy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About your speaker
Claude Ducloux, LawPay's director of education, ethics and compliance, has nearly four decades of experience practicing law. Claude has earned many professional honors for his dedication to educating attorneys, including the Gene Cavin Award for Lifetime Achievement in Teaching Continuing Education.
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