CEB Debuts Internet Guide
Continuing Education for the Bar has announced the release of The Internet Guide for California Lawyers 2000, a 400-page collection of materials that includes contributions from LTN Editorial Advisory Board member Albert Barsocchini, as well as Judd Kessler, of Abacus Data Systems Inc., and Jean Murrell Adams.
Also new: the updated California Trial Practice: Civil Procedure During Trial. CEB offers an optional companion computer disk (available in either Word 6.0 or WordPerfect 5.1) that contains all of the book's forms. For more information, see CEB's summer catalog of books and electronic-based products, or visit its revamped and updated Web site, which is now located at www.ceb.com.
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More California: The National Law Foundation has announced the availability of new Audio and Videotape Courses targeted to California lawyers who must complete CLE hours in the areas of 1) elimination of bias in the profession; 2) substance abuse/emotional distress and 3) legal ethics.
Among the offerings are:
* Overcoming Substance Abuse, presented by Michael Tucker.
* Gender Discrimination and Harassment, by Robert Stewart Jr.
* Ethics and the Internet, with Louise Hill.
* Seven Keys to Ethical Practice, with Gary Munneke (a member of the LTN Editorial Advisory Board.)
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Virginia: Network Solutions Inc. says its online course, Dot Com and Beyond: Expanding and Protecting Your Client's Domain Names Globally, has been approved for credit by the Virginia Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Board.
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