The Delaware State Bar Association offers a variety of seminars

for the continued professional development of its members.

 

FUNDAMENTALS SCHEDULE FOR 2017 (Registration forms will be available below, as they become available):

  • Fundamentals of Real Estate – February 15, 2017
  • Fundamentals of Criminal Law and Procedure – March 15, 2017
  • Fundamentals of Will Drafting and Estate Administration – April 18, 2017
  • Fundamentals of Law Practice Management and Technology – May 10, 2017
  • Fundamentals of Civil Litigation – June 1, 2017
  • Fundamentals of Family Law – TBA
  • Fundamentals of Lawyer-Client Relations – TBA

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Monday, March 30, 2020
How Law Firms, as Employers, Must Deal with the Families First Coronavirus Response Act 2020
1.0 hour CLE credit
DSB03302020HOW_L
FREE VIDEO CLE VIA ZOOM: DSBA & ClarkHill offer this important labor & employment seminar to assist firms with less than 500 employees in dealing with the new laws surrounding the employers' responsibilities under this new act. Included is a discussion of the relaxing of prohibitions concerning asking employees about medical conditions during the pandemic.

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Tuesday, April 14, 2020
The Basics of Defending a Residential Eviction Action 2020
2.0 hours CLE credit
DSB04142020THE_B
FREE ONLINE TRAINING via Zoom! Interested in assisting in pro bono representation of residential eviction cases. Like it or not, almost all lawyers will have a landlord-tenant case no matter what their specialty. This program is designed to provide the most basic tools for dealing effectively with landlord-tenant legal issues and to assist with representing a tenant in a pro bono situation. Learn about Landlord and Tenant Rights and Obligations, Summary Possession, Common Defenses and Other Issues.

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Monday, April 20, 2020
Superior Court Mediation Training at DSBA 2020
18.8 hours CLE credit (includes 1.0 hour Enhanced Ethics credit)
DSB04202020SUPER
This 3 day course in all aspects of Mediation Training is required to perform mediations for the Superior Court. The first day and a half will instruct participants in the basics of mediation, including active listening, language construction, logistics, introductions, etc. The second half of this training will involve hands on practice and assistance from trained top tier mediators in Delaware.

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Tuesday, April 28, 2020
POSTPONED Franchising and Basic Trademark Concepts: The Legal Aspects
2.0 hours CLE credit
DSB04282020
POSTPONED - Franchise law relates to making, operating, and ending franchise relationships. It encompasses laws & regulations at all levels of government which focus on the franchise relationship. Trademarks have been described as the "cornerstone" of franchising and some misunderstandings of recent trademark decisions lead to disappointment among franchisees. Some of the experts in this area of law will help sort out those misunderstandings. Program will discuss basic principles, advantages and disadvantages of franchising; whether to franchise or not; laws and regulations; intellectual property and trademarks, transfers, terminations, litigation and real estate issues.

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Thursday, September 10, 2020
Small Firms and Solo Practitioners Conference 2020
5.3 hours CLE credit (includes 1.0 hour Enhanced Ethics credit)
DSB09102020SMALL
A chance for small firm practitioners to come together and discuss an interesting and useful program: 1) Multiple Employer Plans which allow small firms to join forces and have a single retirement plan with benefits; 2) Preferred Insurance Program - discussing insurance for overlooked gaps in coverage to help mitigate claims before they arise; 3) Complaints, Malpractice & Ethics - discussing exposure to client complaints, fee disputes, legal malpractice and ODC concerns. 4) Scaling Law Firm Growth Through Intake Policies and Procedures - tips on making more money by predictable processes and tracking leads. 5) An Ongoing Look at Billing Models and Alternative Fee Arrangements; 6) What I Wish They Taught Me in Law School - filling in the business information that law school doesn't teach.

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Tuesday, September 15, 2020
Workers Compensation Seminar 2020: Practically Speaking
6.5 hours CLE credit (includes 1.0 hour Enhanced Ethics credit)
DSB09152020WORKE
Program Highlights: Address from the Industrial Accident Board; In the Beginning: Initiating the Claimant's Case; Initiating the Employer's Defense; Discovery and Pre-Trial Matters; Keynote Address - The Art of Lawyer/Client Relations by Joshua W. Martin III; Witness and Client Preparation; Expert Witness Preparation; Trial Practice and Presentation; Case Law Update; Hot Topics in Ethics

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