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Wednesday, October 15, 2014
If your law practice uses e-mail, laptops, smartphones, tablets, flash drives, wireless networks or cloud storage, then you need to understand data encryption.
Tuesday, October 21, 2014
Lawyers are professional writers, and written advocacy requires a mastery of both the art and the science of persuasion.

CPCS approved for 2 CLE hours for the Youth Advocacy Division (YAD), Adult Criminal Trial and Post-Conviction panels
Thursday, October 23, 2014
Boston and the Civil War: Hub of the Second Revolution
Join local historian and author Barbara F. Berenson on a thrilling and memorable journey through Civil War Boston.
Wednesday, October 29, 2014
Judicial Review of Administrative Decisions: Nuts and Bolts, Practice Pointers and Emerging Issues
Co-Sponsored with the Massachusetts Municipal Lawyers Association.
Thursday, October 30, 2014
Lawyer-Conducted Voir Dire in Massachusetts: Are You Prepared?
Starting early next year, lawyers will be able to conduct voir dire in Superior Court, and to ask the jury for a specific dollar amount of damages. Are you prepared for this seismic change in jury trials?
Wednesday, November 12, 2014
Do you have the coverage you really need? Are you overpaying? Are you sure?
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
Oral Advocacy Before the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court & The Appeals Court
“Your oral argument on appeal,” Justice John Marshall Harlan advised the Supreme Court Bar, “is the most effective weapon you have got.” Chief Justice John G. Roberts concurs, saying that “oral argument is terribly, terribly important.”
Thursday, December 11, 2014
How (and Why) to Move Your Practice to the Cloud
If you use Gmail, manage your financial accounts online, or deposit checks from a mobile device, you’re already using the Cloud. Moving your law practice to the Cloud can increase your mobility, efficiency, and (believe it or not) data security.
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Companion Reading - Successful Strategies in Criminal Cases with F. Lee Bailey and Judge FishmanCompanion Reading - Successful Strategies in Criminal Cases with F. Lee Bailey and Judge Fishman
Looking for some companion reading to our recent Successful Strategies in Criminal Cases CLE? We’ve compiled a list of books in our collection that will help you put the trial strategies taught by F. Lee Bailey and Judge Kenneth J. Fishman into practice. Check out a book today!

IMPORTANT: Change In How New Hampshire MCLE Credits Are Reported.IMPORTANT: Change In How New Hampshire MCLE Credits Are Reported.
As of July 1, 2014 attorneys will self-certify program adequacy and self-report activity via the New Hampshire Bar website in accordance with the changes made to Supreme Court Rule 53.

The New Hampshire Bar Association asks members to retain the following information for self- reporting....Read More
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Fastcase Training Webinars in 2014Fastcase Training Webinars in 2014

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