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7/01/14 2014-2015 CLE Pass
1/30/15 2014-2015 WEBINAR: Ethics, Disqualifications & Sanctions
2/02/15 2014-2015 WEBINAR: LIVE REPLAY: Opinion Letters in Transactions Involving LLCs and S Corps
2/03/15 2014-2015 WEBINAR: Estate Planning for Digital Assets
2/04/15 2014-2015 WEBINAR: Buying & Selling Partnership/LLC Interests - Economic, Management & Tax Issues Part 1
2/05/15 2014-2015 WEBINAR: Ethics, Email and Law Practice
2/06/15 2014-2015 WEBINAR: LIVE REPLAY: Picking the Right Trust: Alphabet Soup of Alternatives
2/09/15 2014-2015 WEBINAR: Warrants, Options & Other Incentives in Business Transactions
2/10/15 2014-2015 WEBINAR: 2015 Ethics Update, Part 1
2/11/15 2014-2015 WEBINAR: 2015 Ethics Update, Part 2

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Continuing Legal Education Schedule

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Tue Jul 01 - Tue Jun 30, 2015 2014-2015 CLE Pass

The CLE Pass* allows members to register for up to 12 hours of in-person CLE (excluding CNA, Annual Meeting, Mid-Year Meeting, Best of CLE sessions, webinars and any seminar over 12 hours) between July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2015 for the price of $375. CLE Passes are used for the entire event, not individual hours. CLE Pass will be debited the number of hours of the event, not by hours of attendance. The Spring CLE Pass must be used between July 1, 2014 - June 30, 2015. Credits will not be issued for the unused balance of the CLE pass. At-the-Door Registration is welcomed with the Spring CLE Pass. Pre-registration is required to guarantee a meal when lunch is served. When purchasing the CLE pass online, you must complete the purchase BEFORE selecting individual events. Passes are non-refundable.

Wed Feb 18 - Fri Feb 20, 2015 2014-2015 Mid-Year Meeting

LITTLE ROCK, CAPITAL HOTEL Join the Arkansas Bar Association for our annual Mid Year Event returning to Little Rock, at The Capital Hotel, February 18-20, 2015.


Wed Feb 18, 2015 2014-2015 Mid-Year Meeting: CNA Program



Wed Feb 18, 2015 2014-2015 Mid-Year Opening Reception

If you plan on attending the Mid-Year reception at the Clinton Library on Wednesday February 18, 2015 from 5:00 - 7:00 PM, please select this event.

Thu Feb 26 - Fri Feb 27, 2015 2014-2015 Natural Resources

HOT SPRINGS, HOT SPRINGS CONVENTION CENTER Make plans to attend the 54th Annual Natural Resources Law Institute in beautiful Hot Springs, Arkansas. This annual event is a "must attend" event for anyone who works in the oil or gas industries. This law institute also features the annual section meeting and a Wednesday night reception. To make reservations, contact Embassy Suites at 1-501-321-4430. To reserve at the conference rate, rooms must be booked by January 26, 2015 in order to assure the conference rate and availability.


Thu Mar 05, 2015 2014-2015 How to Collect a Judgement

LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS BAR CENTER Your client is happy because you have secured a judgment for them, but now you have to collect on it. How do you do this? What are your options? This CLE will cover: 1. Garnishments 2. Executions 3. Liens You will also leave with all of the forms you need to start collecting those judgements.


Thu Mar 12 - Fri Mar 13, 2015 2014-2015 Appellate Advocacy

LITTLE ROCK Join us at the Arkansas Bar Center where there will be presentations on the 8th Circuit Court, How to preserve your record, several panel discussions plus much more!


Thu Mar 19, 2015 2014-2015 Witness Identification

LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS BAR CENTER *Human memory and face perception: A basic introduction to human memory and face perception including the topics of attention, working memory, long term memory, encoding, storage and retrieval. The reconstructive nature of memory will also be addressed. Face perception topics will include models of how face perception works, holistic versus featural encoding of faces, and limitations on the accuracy of face recognition. *The Problem of Eyewitness Identification: This section will cover what is known about real world errors in eyewitness identification. Topics will include DNA exoneration cases, archival studies of lineup performance, and a basic description of lineup and showup studies in the scientific literature. Key concepts in lineup science will also be discussed including target present versus target absent lineups, lineup diagnosticity, and probative value. *Estimator Variables: Estimator variables are factors that can influence the reliability of a witness but that are not under the control of law enforcement. This section will cover factors such, as witness age, intoxication, other race effect, lighting, distance, view, stress, weapon focus, and witness confidence. *System Variables: System variables are factors that can influence the reliability of a witness and that are under the control of law enforcement. This section focuses on factors such as instructions given to the witness, double-blind lineups, lineup composition, feedback given to witnesses, leading questions, and showups. *The Witness in the Eyes of the Jury: This section concerns how juries evaluate the reliability of eyewitness testimony and how judicial instructions, expert testimony, and other factors influence that evaluation. Also covered with be the DOJ best practice guidelines and how jurors react when they are made aware of violations of those best practice standards *Ethical Issues in the Presentation of Eyewitness Identification Evidence: Eyewitness evidence can be used to convict individuals and yet there are known problems with identification evidence. The present section concerns ethical considerations for attorneys in presenting identification evidence.


Fri Mar 20, 2015 2014-2015 Elder Law

JONESBORO Join us at St. Bernards, Health & Wellness Conference Room for this conference. Topics will include How to Plan For and Deal with Incapacity, Asset Protection Estate Planning, Wills and Trusts plus more!


Fri Mar 27, 2015 2014-2015 Tort Law in Arkansas

LITTLE ROCK Come to the Arkansas Bar Center for this half of day CLE and learn The Rules of Comparative Fault in Arkansas and The Rules on Joining Third Parties. There will also be a presentation on Handling a Premises Security Case in Arkansas.


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