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What Millennial Lawyers Want!

Program Number: 2986 Presenter: Susan Smith Blakely, Esq.

The Facts about Millennial Lawyers: The Values that Millennial Lawyers Bring to the Profession; What Millennial Lawyers Want from Law Practice; The Challenges for Law Firms to Initiate Changes to Retain and Develop Millennial Lawyers; and The Similarities Between the Values of Millennial Lawyers and Lawyers of The Greatest Generation. We’ve activated author discount code USZP-DLMP#200733 for 33% off purchases of the print book from 5/15 to 5/30, available at the Wolters Kluwer website: https://www.wklegaledu.com/Blakely-MillenialLawyers1/

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Impending Legalization - Hot Topics in Cannabis Law

Program Number: 2981 Presenter: Robert Hertman, Esq., James K. Landau, Esq., Andrew Schriever, Esq.

The legalization of cannabis by states across the nation for both medical and adult use has caused a surge in the production and distribution of legal marijuana and a significant increase in related service providers, including marketers, sellers of paraphernalia and investors. The laws vary greatly from state to state and the sale of cannabis is still illegal under federal law. The faculty for this seminar features several leading authorities on the subject. This comprehensive program on cannabis law will introduce you to the most relevant issues for businesses and attorneys looking to get involved in this emerging industry. The faculty will cover the issues involved in the regulation of cannabis and possible future regulation and an overview of recent case law around the nation affecting this industry. The faculty will also discuss conflicts between federal and state law and policy, including application of ethics rules such as Rule 1.2 of

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Improving Women's Working Relationships With Other Women in the Legal Profession

Program Number: 2962 Presenter: Alton (Al) B. Harris, Esq. (2018), Andrea S. Kramer, Esq. (2018)

Andie Kramer, partner in an international law firm, and Alton B. Harris, partner (retired) at Nixon Peabody LLP, discuss the complicated dynamics of women’s working relationships with other women. Women, men, and organizations often believe that there is something problematic, even dysfunctional, about these relationships. While men’s working relationships with other men are seen as the baseline for healthy same-sex business relationships, women’s relationships with other women are often seen as disruptive to their organizations and hurtful to their career advancement. Andie and Al identify and review the underlying reasons for real or perceived women-to-women conflict at work and provide pragmatic advice on how to overcome and avoid such unproductive conflicts. They then provide women, men, and organizations with tools to develop stronger networks that foster women’s career success and creating a more supportive and satisfying work environment. The program includes a discussion of the relevance

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Making Real Progress Towards Diversity and Inclusion in the Legal Profession

Program Number: 2961 Presenter: Alton (Al) B. Harris, Esq. (2018)

Alton B. Harris, partner (retired) at Nixon Peabody LLP, discusses the nature and extent of the achievement disparity between female and other minority lawyers and white male lawyers. They also review why and how stereotypes and the biases that flow from them cause this disparity by preventing women and minorities from advancing in their legal careers as far and as fast as men. They then provide women, men, and organizations with specific insights and communication techniques they can use to avoid or overcome these often subtle and unconscious biases. The program includes a discussion of the relevance of ABA’s Model Rule 8.4(g) and various ABA Resolutions.

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FISA: More of Everything You Didn’t Know

Program Number: 2946 Presenter: George W. Croner, Esq.

Electronic surveillance represents the most important foreign intelligence collection tool available to the U.S. government. Correspondingly, the ability to surveil constitutes one of those activities most susceptible to abuse by a government against its citizens. In the U.S., the government’s use of electronic surveillance is highly regulated and can be conducted for only two purposes: law enforcement, which is undertaken by both federal and state governments; and foreign intelligence collection, which is an exclusively federal government function conducted pursuant to a single authority - the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act or “FISA”. FISA governs not only electronic surveillance but the use of physical searches, pen registers, trap and trace devices, and business records collection to acquire foreign intelligence. It permits surveillance and other intrusive activities in the United States both with, and in limited circumstances, without a warrant. It covers virtually every major intelligence collection effort used by

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