NE Activity #189346, 4.0 CLE Hours, including 4.0 Ethics Hours. (Regular/Live)
Register for the seminar before March 20, 2020, by faxing the completed form to (308-324-9877) or emailing response to email@example.com
Speakers: Dr. Rebecca Schroeder, PhD, Licensed Psychologist
Chris Aupperle, Director of Nebraska Lawyers Assistance Program
James E. Doyle, IV, District Judge
The Program: Addressing burnout: It’s everyone’s ethical obligation.
12:00 – 1:00 p.m. Introductions and general description of burnout and Ethical Rules.
1:00 – 1:10 p.m. Break
1:10 – 2:10 p.m. Clinical descriptions of burnout, depression, emotional exhaustion, despair, depersonalization, fatigue, and other
indicators of burnout.
2:10 – 2:20 p.m. Break
2:20 – 3:20 p.m. The lawyer assistance program and case studies.
3:20 – 3:30 p.m. Break
3:30 – 4:30 p.m. Techniques, methods, and resources for identifying symptoms of burnout, self-care, and signs professional care is required.
Please bring your own lunch. Beverages for lunch and snacks for breaks will be provided. The NSBA wishes to thank the Nebraska State Bar Foundation for support of this CLE program in covering the cost of MCLE accreditation and reporting fees. In a break from the past, there will be no “free will offering,” as your attendance this year is totally free.
MCLE Accreditation: Nebraska Activity #189356, 4.0 hours of CLE credit, including 4.0 hours of Ethics credit. Timely submit your request for credit using the above program identification number. The seminar is organized by James E. Doyle, IV, 700 North Washington, Lexington, Nebraska, 68850 and is cosponsored by the Nebraska State and Dawson County Bar Associations.
The presentation materials will be available for download from the Dawson County District Court website the day before the seminar for those who register for the seminar. http://www.dawsoncountyne.org/administrative/district_court/index.php
NSBA Health Insurance Consortium Informational Meeting - Lexington
Join us immediately before the Lexington Ethics CLE for a free lunch and brief informational meeting on the NSBA Health Insurance Consortium from 11:15 to 11:45 p.m. The Consortium is rolling out new eligibility criteria which will make it easier for firms to qualify. Join us before the CLE to learn more! Here are some advantages of joining the Consortium:
- Affordable Coverage: By pooling together, employers are better positioned to obtain more affordable health insurance coverage due to economies of scale, managing savings, and spreading risk.
- Flexibility: Each employer in the Consortium has the option of selecting the type of health plan or plans that works best for its employees (high deductible plan vs. low deductible plan, etc.).
- A Stable Community: The NSBA’s goal is to create and to encourage a stable community of employers participating in the Consortium. When a group has a stable environment, annual rate fluctuations are less likely and less dramatic from year to year.
- Available to Family Members: In addition to staff, employers participating in the Consortium may offer family and dependent coverage to their employees.
Register for the Meeting and Lunch Here. This event is FREE but your MUST register to attend.