Practice Management CLE

How to Become a Judge

Tuesday, March 24, 2015
5:30-6PM: Reception
6-9PM: Program

NEW UPDATE: Due to the subject matter, this course does not carry CLE credit.

Member $90 | Non-Member $150  | Law Student $15 |Non-Attorney $ 75
+$20 for payment received less than 24 hours before program

Moderated By:
Hon. Frank R. Seddio, Seddio & Associates, P.C.

Presented By:
Hon. Fidel F. Del Valle, Chief Administrative Law Judge of the City of New York
Rachel H. Nash, Esq., Administrative Law Judge 2005-2013
Hon. Gary F. Morton, Judge of the Housing Court
Hon. Miriam Cyrulnik, Acting Justice of the Supreme Court; Appointed 2003-Present
Hon. Sharen D. Hudson, Judge of the Civil Court of the City of New York

Description:
Have you ever considered a judicial career? A panel of prominent judges and members of the bar will share their experiences in seeking judicial office, whether by running in judicial elections or seeking appointment by the mayor.

To download flyer & registration form, click this link: How to Become a Judge Flyer Registration

To Register Online:
Enter attendee name in the appropriate box below (Member, Non-Member, Non-Attorney or Law Student) and click “Add To Cart.”

For more information, contact Danielle A. Levine, CLE Director, at 718-624-0675, ext. 206 or dlevine@brooklynbar.org.

We maintain a financial hardship policy. Contact CLE Director for more information.

Navigating the eDiscovery Minefield While Controlling Costs – How Small Firms Can Manage Big Cases

Wednesday, March 25, 2015
5:30-6: Networking & Refreshments
6-7:00: CLE
1 MCLE Credit (Law Practice Management)

Member $30 | Non-Member $50  | Law Student $5 |Non-Attorney $ 25
+$20 for payment received less than 24 hours before program

Presented By:
Talia T. Page, Esq., Training Specialist
Tim McCorry, Computer Forensic Engineer

Description:
During this valuable CLE presentation, attendees will learn about data forensics, which is the process of collecting electronic documents in a defensible way that maintains all of the important hidden data those documents can contain (“metadata”). This metadata can often make or break an eDiscovery case. Attendees will learn how data can be processed once it has been collected in preparation for review, as well as best practices for reviewing documents electronically. Finally, we will discuss the methods and options for producing this discovery to an adversary. The entire presentation will include a focus on cost-saving techniques and methods for more efficient review.

At the conclusion, attendees should have a better understanding of the technologies and options available in the eDiscovery process, which could prove invaluable going forward into case planning or the next meet-and-confer.

To download flyer & registration form, click this link: Navigating the eDiscovery Minefield While Controlling Costs Flyer Registration

To Register Online:
Enter CLE attendee name in the appropriate box below (Member or Non-Member) and click “Add To Cart.”

$30.00

For more information, contact Danielle A. Levine, CLE Director, at 718-624-0675, ext. 206 or dlevine@brooklynbar.org.

We maintain a financial hardship policy. Contact CLE Director for more information.