PILLAR SPONSOR - Signature Resolution PILLAR SPONSOR - The Bill and Dinah Ruch Charitable Fund PILLAR SPONSOR - Bruce A. Clemens and Brandi Roth SENTINEL SPONSOR - Hon. Jill S. Robbins (Ret.) and Robert W. Eisfelder BENEFACTOR SPONSOR - Hon. Aviva K. Bobb (Ret.) and Ian Russ BENEFACTOR SPONSOR - Leichter Leichter-Maroko LLP BENEFACTOR SPONSOR - The Levitt Family PATRON SPONSOR - Jacobson Family Law and Mediation SENTINEL SPONSOR - Gursey | Schneider LLP PATRON SPONSOR - Morrison & Foerster Foundation BENEFACTOR SPONSOR - Pines Law Group PATRON SPONSOR - Klopert & Ravden, LLP BENEFACTOR SPONSOR - Feinberg, Mindel, Brandt & Klein, LLP PATRON SPONSOR - Wasser, Cooperman & Mandles, P.C. PATRON SPONSOR - Brot Gross Fishbein LLP SENTINEL SPONSOR - O'Melveny & Myers LLP PATRON SPONSOR - Chet and Alison Kronenberg PATRON SPONSOR - MUFG Union Bank Foundation SENTINEL SPONSOR - Jaffe Family Law Group SENTINEL SPONSOR - Pathstone SENTINEL SPONSOR - Lawyers' Mutual Insurance Company SENTINEL SPONSOR - Meyer, Olson, Lowy & Meyers, LLP SENTINEL SPONSOR - Atlantic Records BENEFACTOR SPONSOR - City National Bank BENEFACTOR SPONSOR - Blank Rome LLP

Education Series Events

Join us online for our new education series!


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As our world continues to grapple with the COVID-19 pandemic, LevittQuinn is working with our friends and partners to offer useful as well as meaningful information that we hope will improve your individual practice and benefit the greater legal community. You can purchase by each event, or for the best value, you can purchase an annual subscription to access all educational content for the year. If you purchase an annual subscription after the events have started, the previous content will be provided to you. You can also purchase individual event recordings after they have passed. Our education series will include:

  - Quarterly webinars: Bringing together some of the most accomplished professionals in their respective fields, our quarterly webinars will offer thoughtful discussion and practical information about a variety of family law related topics.

  - Virtual makeover series: Gone are the days of worrying about how much gasoline you have in the tank, or if your favorite suit is back from the cleaners. Today, preparing for a hearing consists of verifying passwords, access codes, and wifi strength. Join Judge Scott Gordon (Ret.) and Cari M. Pines, CFLS, as they journey through the process of preparing to make virtual appearances that are efficient, effective, and elegant in meetings, courtroom, and mediation environments.

  - Emailed practice pointers: Each of our quarterly webinars and virtual makeover series episodes include four practice pointers sent to your inbox on a weekly basis. Our featured presenters will give you substantive information and relevant tips you can put to use right away.

 

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UPCOMING EVENTS:

 

    

New technology and procedures can challenge the compliant practitioner, create risk, and invite opportunistic clients or others to target you and your practice. Are you "tech-competent?" What are the implications of operating from home or a shared virtual office? Can you operate a VLO outside of your licensed state? Randall A. Miller joins Cari Pines and Hon. Keith Clemens (Ret.) to discuss how you can avoid risk to safely and effectively manage your virtual legal practice. 

PAST EVENTS:

Purchase event recordings for past episodes through the "Order Now" button above.

LQ VIRTUAL MAKEOVER SERIES: SEASON ONE 

   

Eytan Keller, winner of multiple Emmy and Directors Guild Awards with prime time creative/producing/directing credits for "Iron Chef America," "American Gladiators," and "America's Funniest People," kicks off Season One of the LQ Virtual Makeover Series  taking Judge Gordon's and Cari's work-from-home environments from "blah" to "ta da" with tips from his renowned reality television experience and expertise. MCLE: This activity qualifies for 1.0 of Participatory Credit Hours.

 

   

Jeffrey P. Koller, Esq., Associate General Counsel for Veritext Legal Solutions, brings several decades of unique experience as both a litigator and litigation support specialist to walk Judge Gordon and Cari through the challenges of, and best practices for, effectively handling a deposition in our new virtual world. MCLE: This activity qualifies for 1.0 of Participatory Credit Hours.

 

    

Michael Murray, Director of Technical and Creative Solutions for Veritext Legal Solutions, brings technical expertise and years of experience in software development and foreseeing litigation technology. He and Cari will walk attendees through the logistics of remote depositions in a hands-on format.

 

    

E-ready or not . . . gone are the days of printing, signing, and scanning only to email a signed stipulation or declaration. Do you know what constitutes a legally binding signature? Have you been able to stay awake long enough to digest the entirety of CCP 1010.60 to determine if serving by email is sufficient? Are you calendaring correctly? Nolan J. Hiett, Hiett Law, P.C., joins us for Episode Four to answer these questions and more as we learn how to navigate the CCP's new electronic frontier.

PAST EVENTS:

Purchase event recordings for past quarterly events through the "Order Now" button above. For Early Family Law Litigation Pivots (EFLLP), the recording is free to watch - please refer to the link below.

QUARTERLY EVENTS

Leaders of the Past: How Supervising Judges Shape the Family Law Community

 

Business Valuations in the Time of COVID-19

 

EFLLP - Early Family Law Litigation Pivots

Watch the event recording for free here: https://youtu.be/v2051wR-nKk

All proceeds from these MCLE events go to support LevittQuinn, a nonprofit family law center protecting children and standing with family members in crisis. Last year LevittQuinn's legal staff and volunteers served more than 2,042 families and impacted the lives of over 2,707 children. LevittQuinn attorneys and volunteers made 334 court appearances on behalf of 157 clients in 2019, providing over $1.8 million worth of free and low-cost, direct, quality legal representation when they most needed it. Your participation in this MCLE event directly supports LevittQuinn's not-for-profit work on behalf of LA's modest means families.

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