Seattle University School of Law is pleased to announce the following Continuing Legal Education programs.
Upcoming Programs for 2019
June 21, 2019 | 3.75 Other CLE Credits
Communicating persuasively is critical in the courtroom and throughout your practice. This course will give you insight and tools to be at your best as a communicator: Practice and develop your physical presence; vocal dynamics; and your connection with an audience. Instructor Kimberly White will give each student individual coaching and feedback, and help you develop your presence and power.
June 28, 2019 | 6.75 Law and Legal CLE Credits
Find out where "RegTech" is leading us: Regulatory Technology 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.
July 31-August 1, 2019 | 10.75 CLE Credits
If you do business outside this country or want to, this program is vital. Export controls covers industries from software to arms sales, manufacturing to medical products. The 2019 conference takes a systemic, socio-technological approach to address the impact that security and compliance has upon the broad spectrum of a business organization's operations. Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, the U.S. Department of Commerce, and Seattle University School of Law, in cooperation with the University of Washington's Center for Information Assurance and Cybersecurity. Early Bird Registration Deadline: June 8, 2019
September 5-6, 2019 | 12.25 CLE and Social Work Credits, and 13.0 CJE credits
A collaborative symposium promoting critical and innovative thinking for prosecution, law enforcement, civil and family law attorneys, advocates, judges, law students, social workers and child welfare professionals, corrections, mental health/healthcare professionals and others responding to survivors of gender-based/domestic violence. The 11th year of this well-regarded program will focus on how professionals in the system and in the community can minimize, reduce, and help in the healing of physical, psychological and spiritual trauma for survivors and their families. The 2019 program returns to the traditional two-day format. Registration will open in late May 2019.