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SESSION ONE: MAXIMIZING PROFESSIONAL EFFECTIVENESS FOR ATTORNEYS

When attorneys struggle to be successful professionally, the missing ingredient is usually not their knowledge of the law. In this workshop we will explore a practical Effectiveness Model that blends the ancient wisdom of the Enneagram with the today’s best thinking on leadership and professional development.

Benjamin Papa, Enneagram Solutions, LLC

 

SESSION TWO: WORK FROM HOME TIPS AND TOOLBOX

This session will cover tips for general-solo practitioners regarding technology to help your firm function and thrive in a virtual world.

Sean Martin, Martin Heller Potempa & Sheppard

 

SESSION THREE: KEY RULES FOR COLLECTING AND PRESENTING EVIDENCE IN FAMILY LAW CASES

This session will focus on discovery methods on Family Law cases; including interrogatories, collecting evidence, electronically stored information and other considerations.

Judge Mary L. Wagner, Circuit Court, Division VII

 

SESSION FOUR: ELDER LAW AND ESTATE PLANNING — PART I   |  PART II

This two-part presentation will examine the basics of these topics, offering a discussion of best practices and how these practice areas often intersect.

Bryson Eubanks, Kane and Crowell PLLC
Karl Warden, Law Office of Karl D. Warden

 


ON-DEMAND WEBINARS


 

BEST PRACTICES FOR SUCCESSFUL MEDIATION: A LAWYER'S ROLE – ONLINE VIDEO

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This session features Circuit Court Judge and mediation expert Hon. Rhynette Hurd discussing best practice, ethics and a lawyer's role in mediation. 

Judge Rhynette Hurd, Shelby County Circuit Court - Division V

 

TENNESSEE COURTS DURING COVID: PROTECTING HEALTH AND RIGHTS IN NEW WAYS – ONLINE VIDEO

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This presentation will focus on general appellate practice tips, remote hearings and actions by the Tennessee Supreme Court during the pandemic.

Justice Cornelia Clark, Tennessee Supreme Court

 

ATTORNEY WELL-BEING: EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE – ONLINE VIDEO

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Emotional intelligence (EQ) is the capacity to be aware of, control, and express one's emotions, and to handle interpersonal relationships judiciously and empathetically. There are five pillars to a strong EQ — self-awareness, self-regulation, motivation, empathy and social skills — that when combined can lead to a healthier professional and personal life.

Lindsey O'Connell, Tennessee Lawyers Assistance Program, Nashville