EDUCATION

Continuing Legal Education
The Social law Library is committed to the continuing education of legal professionals in Massachusetts. Our goal is to offer comprehensive educational seminars on topics relevant to the legal community and affordable to our members. Along with our partners we consider the time contributed by faculty and staff to be the highest form of professionalism.

Social Law also offers numerous cultural events throughout the year, free of charge, covering a range of topics such as book discussions, film screenings and dramatic performances. We are committed to engaging in discussion of the historical, theoretical and philosophical subjects that impact the legal profession. Thank you to our many co-sponsors for their continued commitment to the Library’s goals.

Date Upcoming Educational Programs at Social Law  
10/25/2021
Family Law Series Webinar 1: Ethical and Professional Responsibility Issues in Divorce, Fiduciary Litigation, Trusts & Estates Register
10/25/2021
Family Law Series-REGISTER FOR ALL THREE WEBINARS Register
10/27/2021
Family Law Counsel Dilemmas: The Wild, the Wacky, the Weird and What to Do Register
10/28/2021
Evidence 4: Expert Testimony under the Confrontation Clause Miscellaneous Criminal Issues PROGRAM ONLY Register
10/28/2021
Evidence 4: Expert Testimony under the Confrontation Clause Miscellaneous Criminal Issues PROGRAM AND BOOK Register
11/2/2021
The Attorney-Client Privilege - What In-House Lawyers and Their Clients Need to Know Register
11/16/2021
WHEN IS UNDUE INFLUENCE, AND WHAT CAN DRAFTING LAWYERS DO TO DETECT IT? Register
11/17/2021
Family Law Series Webinar 2: Diminished and Diminishing Capacity & Ever-Expanding Litigation Register
11/18/2021
I Didn’t Think it Mattered - how to avoid learning info at the podium (from opposing counsel or your client) and solving the mysteries of the financial statement Register
12/1/2021
Day 1 & Day 2: Reversible Error in Criminal Cases: Preventing it at Trial and Addressing it on Appeal Register
12/1/2021
DAY 1: Reversible Error in Criminal Cases: Preventing it at Trial and Addressing it on Appeal Register
12/2/2021
FEDERAL LEGISLATIVE HISTORY - December 2021 Register
12/8/2021
DAY 2: Reversible Error in Criminal Cases: Preventing it at Trial & Addressing it on Appeal Register
1/19/2022
Family Law Series Webinar 3: First Annual Divorce and Fiduciary Litigation Case Law Year in Review Register