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Legal Ethics Mayberry Style (2009)

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Session from 2009 Public Benefits and Guardianship Institute, as part of the Clifton B. Kruse Jr. ethics lecture series presented by M. Keith Branyon. Mr. Branyon, a Fellow of the American College of Trust and Estate Council illustrates the Model Rules of Professional Conduct with clips from the "Andy Griffith Show".
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Marketing Your Practice: What To Give Away (and what not to)

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This Webinar is part of the Stetson School of Law Series for the small/solo practitioner. NAELA member Julian Gray discusses the ethics and best practices behind marketing your practice.
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NAELA Fellows Roundtable (2012)

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General Session from the 2012 Annual National Conference. Presented by Kristi Vetri and Ira Wiesner.. 1 hour. Veteran Elder Law attorneys, Kristi Vetri and Ira Wiesner, will present an in depth analysis into the multitude of ethical and legal issues posed by "Medicaid Planning," a term used to describe legal advocacy within the framework of federal and state law to effect asset protection, timely eligibility for Medicaid and appropriate delivery of long term care to seniors. Using the Socratic teaching method to elicit a higher level of intellectual response and comprehension amongst the legal practitioners, the presenters will draw on experiential learning to reach profound heights.
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Non-Verbal Communication in a Multi-Cultural World

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Discussion of Micro Expressions and Cultural differences in nonverbal communication, with expert analysis of the non-verbals during the Trump-Clinton debates.
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Representing Clients With Diminished Capacity (2009)

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Session from 2009 Introduction to Special Needs and Elder Law presented by Edwin M. Boyer, Esq., CAP and Mary Alice Jackson, Esq. Through the presentation of actual case studies and current research and case law, this panel explores the practical, ethical, and legal issues involved in representing clients with diminished capacity in the Elder Law context. Specific topics include formal and informal assessment of client capacity, legal vs. clinical capacity, what is dementia, legal standards of capacity, attorney liability in representing clients with diminished capacity, public benefits representation of clients with diminished capacity, working with non-elder law attorneys regarding their clients with diminished capacity, application of the Model Rules of Professional Responsibility, Rule 1.14, 1.6, and 1.3 in representing clients with diminished capacity, role of the court-appointed attorney in guardianship cases, undue influence, mitigating and qualifying factors in affecting capacity, and ways to enhance capacity in clients.
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Should You, Not Can You? The Ethics of Profiting From Ancillary Services (ANNUAL 2016)

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Presented as the 2016 edition of the Annual Clifton Kruse Memorial Ethic Lecture series by Susan R. Martyn, Distinguished University Professor, Stoepler Professor of Law & Values Emeritus, University of Toledo College of Law; Andrew H. Hook, CELA, Fellow; A. Frank Johns, CELA, CAP, Fellow; Thomas G. Begley, Jr., CELA, Fellow; and Roberta K. Flowers, Professor of Law
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Social Media and Your Online Presence

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This Webinar is part of the Stetson School of Law Series for the small/solo practitioner. Presented by Robert Fleming. Click on the "additional information" link below to access the content.
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Supercharge Your Practice (With Ethics)

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This 90 minute webinar educates members on the Second Edition of the NAELA Aspirational Standards for the Practice of Elder and Special Needs Law. The presenters will give an overview of the Aspirational Standards and will specifically cover how adopting and implementing the Standards will supercharge your practice, attract new clients, and keep them coming back.
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There Is No "I" In Team: The Ethical Elder Law Team (2012)

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This interactive workshop utilizes polling technology to give participants practical and ethical tips to assist lawyers and staff in creating a productive and professional team. Presented by Dr. Susan Demers, Dean of Paralegal Studies, St. Petersburg College; and Prof. Roberta K. Flowers, Stetson University College of Law as part of the 2012 National Aging and Law Institute.

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Top Ten Elder Law Ethical Issues (2010)

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Webinar presented November 2010 as a companion to the 2010 Clifton Kruse Ethics Lecture. Examines the most serious ethical questions facing Elder Law attorneys in today's economy. Presented by Stuart Zimring. 1 hour.
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