Continuing Legal Education

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Continuing Legal Education
901 12th Avenue, Sullivan Hall 209
P.O. Box 222000
Seattle, WA 98122-1090
(206) 398-4281
cle@seattleu.edu

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Programs

Seattle University School of Law is pleased to announce the following Continuing Legal Education programs.

Upcoming Programs for Summer 2017

9th Annual Seattle Export—Exporting and the New Administration: Compliance and Opportunities

July 26-27, 2017 9.5 CLE Credits pending
This year’s conference will have an emphasis on companies new to exporting or considering whether to export along with providing you the latest information on exporting rules and regulations. Businesses in the following industries are encouraged to attend: Hardware and Software; Safety and Security; Oil & Gas, Maritime; Medical; UAV/UAS (drones); Aerospace. Presentations will address: market briefings, export financing, export controls and much more. With a new administration moving in new directions this year’s conference is committed to providing attendees: the most relevant and up to date speakers and sessions; opportunities for 1:1 meetings with speakers; general networking sessions (including a Microsoft sponsored reception); and providing overall value by responding to your questions. Co-sponsored by the: U.S. Commercial Service, U.S. Department of Commerce; Department of Homeland Security; and Seattle University School of Law.

Basic Mediation Training

August 19-20 and 25-27 , 2017 • 35.75 Law and Legal and 1.75 Ethics CLE Credits pending • 37.5 CEU (social work) and 37.5 Clock Hours available
Co-sponsored by Seattle University School of Law and the Dispute Resolution Center of King County. In this training you will learn the facilitative mediation model that will give you the foundation needed to handle conflicts between neighbors, employers-employees, merchants-consumers, landlords-tenants, plus a variety of interpersonal conflicts. Acquire the skills needed to become a professional facilitative mediator; develop expertise in the interest-based approach; and participate in focused role playing from comprehensive case studies. You will also learn to be a neutral third party, to manage highly charged negotiations, and to empower clients to find solutions. This course meets the basic mediation training requirement for certification through the Washington Mediation Association.

Upcoming Programs for Fall 2017

9th Annual Domestic Violence Symposium - The Bigger Picture

September 7-8, 2017 •12.75 CLE/CJE Credits Pending | 12.75 Social Work Continuing Education Credits applied for
In 2017 we will be zooming out with the proverbial lens to capture/ponder the Bigger Picture of domestic and other forms of gender-based violence. What are we editing out, don't have time for or dismissing as "not my role" that in fact would help us deliver a more meaningful response? Spend two days with us and your colleagues as we explore aspects that factor into the bigger picture of gender-based violence and response. We will hear from The Full Frame Initiative, Futures Without Violence and others on topics including well-being, immigration, sexual coercion and violence, prevention, athletics, procedural justice, bias and culture, trial advocacy and more, highlighting that the whole is indeed greater than the sum of its parts. And yes, we will be screening a film.

On the Edge of the World—Navigating Environmental and Legal Challenges on the Washington Coast

October 13, 2017 6.0 Law and Legal CLE Credits pending
Chaired by David Weber , this will be an exceptional environmental law program! Sessions will address: Waking the Leviathan: Washington’s Ocean Resources Management Act and Perspectives on Evaluating Coastal Fossil Fuel Projects after Quinault Indian Nation v. Imperium Terminal Services, LLC.; The Public Trust: Recent Developments in DNR’s Management of Washington State’s Aquatic Lands.; Clearing the Air: Climate Change and Clean Air Strategies – An Update on West Coast Initiatives to Mitigate and Adapt to Climate Change; Critical Environmental Challenges and Initiatives for Pacific Northwest Ports: Investing in Marine Industry and the Marine Environment; and Tribal Issues: Beyond Culverts! Tribal Involvement in Shaping Environmental Policy and Decision-making in the Pacific Northwest.