Recap of the 2020 Missouri Legislative Session
The 2020 Missouri legislative session runs from early January through May 15. Dozens of bills on a wide range of topics, including judicial reform, healthcare and tax policy, are under consideration. Learn from members of the Missouri legislature about which bills passed and what effect this may have on Missouri attorneys and all Missourians.
Qualifies for 1.2 MO CLE credits. This program is free and open to attorneys and members of the general public.
New Developments in Legal Ethics
Find out the latest developments in Missouri legal ethics.This CLE will assist attorneys as they navigate ethical issues that are part of any law practice. Suitable for those with all levels of experience.
Qualifies for 2.0 Missouri Legal Ethics CLE credits. This program will take place virtually, using a webinar format. Webinar information will be sent out to all who register and pay in advance. This program is $25 for non-members of the Library. Free for members and for SLU Law School students and faculty. The program runs from 12:30 PM to 2:10 PM.
Our speaker is Michael Downey, Esq. He is a legal ethics lawyer and founder of Downey Law Group, LLC, a St. Louis law firm devoted to legal ethics, lawyer discipline defense, and the law of lawyering.
New Developments in Special Education Law
Learn about the latest updates in Special Education Law, including updates on services to students with autism and the law relating to excluding students from school. THIS CLE HAS BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL WEDNESDAY JUNE 17 DUE TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY RELATED TO THE CORONAVIRUS.
Our speaker is Tom Kennedy, Esq. of Kennedy Hunt, PC. Tom has decades of experience as a litigator advocating for the rights of the marginalized. In addition to his work in private practice, he served on the Land of Lincoln Legal Assistance Foundation’s Disability Rights Law Task Force and was Deputy Director of the Illinois Developmental Disabilities Law Project. He is a past author of the Missouri CLE series on Special Education Law and has written extensively on this topic.
Fee: $25 (free for Library Members and SLU Law Students and Faculty)
Qualifies for 1.2 MO CLE Credits.
The Lessons of the Holocaust and the Creation of the International Criminal Court
LECTURE AND CONTINUING LEGAL EDUCATION (CLE) PROGRAM: April 28, 2020
Fee: $25 (Free for Library Members and SLU Law Students and Faculty) More information and register at https://llastl.org/CLE-04-20
This program qualifies for 1.2 MO CLE Cultural Competency, Diversity, Inclusion and Implicit Bias Credits. PLEASE NOTE: THIS PROGRAM HAS BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL TUESDAY AUGUST 18, 2020 DUE TO THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC AND A SCHEDULING CONFLICT WITH THE SPEAKER.