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On Demand Webinar Library

 Listed below are SU Law's Audio/Video CLE webinars that are available for purchase. AV CLE Credits are self-reported. You can report AV credits by accessing your "My WSBA" page or contacting WSBA.

Click on the Ethics Programs link or the Program Year for more information on the individual programs available.

Ethics Programs

A selection of ethics programs from past years, especially featuring Professors John Strait and David Boerner, nationally known ethics experts. 

2nd Annual Innovation and Technology Law Conference

Technology is dramatically changing all industries. A critical area of change is the transformation of how government supervises the activities of regulated industries such as Financial Services and Healthcare, and how the Legal Services Profession is leveraging technology through artificial intelligence and other innovations. Regulatory Technology, or “RegTech,” is rapidly evolving the processes of compliance, auditing, risk management, confidentiality, and more. Business firms, law firms, and NGOs have the exciting potential to benefit from all or most of these developments. Join us as lawyers and other thought leaders explore and discuss the technological changes that have occurred in and are envisioned for regulation and supervision. Find out where “RegTech” is leading us. 

2019 Working with Interpreters and Clients-Translating Between Culture and the Courtroom

As use of interpreters has become a more essential part of almost all areas of legal practice, major drawbacks in how well we use interpreters have emerged. The missing component in working with interpreters: the context of cultural translation for clients unfamiliar with the American legal system. This program will develop your skills for interacting with and employing interpreters, building your toolbox for ensuring the most positive possible outcome for your client. 

2019 The Defender Initiative 9th Annual Conference on Public Defense

The New Year presents opportunities to develop and implement new strategies to address both ongoing challenges and new problems. The 9th Annual Conference on Public Defense will discuss the opportunities presented by new rules and appellate decisions and by ongoing system reform efforts. The program will explore new tools and approaches to help individual clients and to facilitate broader reform. The Keynote Speaker will be Adam Foss, Executive Director and founder of Prosecutor Impact, a nonprofit organization that works to help prosecutors reframe their role in the criminal legal system. 

2019 The GDPR-It Came We Saw But Did It Conquer

Hear from top privacy professionals on topics relating to the future of privacy laws, the GDPR’s impact on startups, the perfect privacy policy, and the ways in which the United Kingdom is working with U.S. regulators on the EU-US Privacy Shield. 

2018 Programs

2018 begins with appellate legal writing and ends with ethics. Catch up on the live programs you missed. 

2017 Programs

Programming from the 2017 calendar year: Innovations for Building Your Online Legal Practice, Cyber-Security, Expert Witnesses and more. 

2016 Programs

Programs from 2016, covering challenging topics including Hastening Death by VSED and master level Elder Law issues, as well as the annual Ethics, public defense, and Supreme Court programs. 

2015 Programs

Programs from the 2015 calendar year, ranging from legal project management to Ebola and employment law. 

2014 Programs

Seminars from the 2014 calendar year, ranging from Supreme Court decisions to public defense. 

2013 Programs

Seminars from the 2013 calendar year, covering ethics, the new marijuana law, and practice management. 

Practice Management Programs

These courses provide guidance for business development and managing your practice in the 21st century.