NE MCLE Accreditation #161940 (Distance learning). 2 CLE ethics hours
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$130 - Regular Registration
$100 - NSBA dues-paying member
Free - I paid 2018 NSBA dues and would like to claim my 2 free ethics credits (member benefit).
Free - Law Students
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Throughout this two hour webinar, attorneys will review the Model Rules of Professional Conduct, and then after being explained the facts of a real case, the attorney will be presented with a deal. Should the attorney take the deal … or take his or her chance at trial? This CLE will entertain, inform and take you on a wild ride through some unbelievable case studies based on real ethics and professional charges. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from these wacky cases and how they can improve your practice.
Joel Oster, Esq., is a seasoned litigator and regular speaker to attorneys and non-attorneys alike. He currently is in private practice in Kansas City, specializing in constitutional litigation, campaign finance, sports law and appellate advocacy. Joel has also spoken to thousands of attorneys across the United States and has learned from their successful and unsuccessful legal practices. Joel brings this practical perspective to all his seminars.
Oster earned his J.D. in 1997 from the University of Kansas School of Law. Oster is admitted to the bar in Kansas, Missouri, Florida, and numerous federal courts.