J . R e u b e n C l a r k l a w s o c i e t y C o n t i n u i n g l e g a l e d u c a t i o n C l a s s e s
The following classes are sponsored by the J . Reuben Clark law society and are for registered Campus education Week students . While primarily designed for attorneys, any registered participant may attend . In addition to the Campus Educa- tion Week tuition, attorneys seeking Continuing legal education credit for the state of Utah are required to pay a $35 fee for the week, to be paid at the door of 214 Crabtree building (this covers the state Cle costs) . attorneys seeking credit for other states are required to pay a $20 fee for the week, to be paid at the door . Participants must check with their respective state bars for verification that the following classes will be accepted as Cle credit (this verification has already taken place for Utah) . Campus education Week registration is available by calling 801-422-8925 during business hours .
Tuesday, August 16, 2011
J R Kearl
Working with Expert Witnesses—An Expert Witness’ Perspective
Religious Freedom in the 21st Century: Conflicts, Priorities, and Potential Resolutions
The Supreme Court and the Press: Celebrity Justices in the Era of Social Media
Wednesday, August 17, 2011
lee R . Phillips Jonathan a . Cavendar Kristy s . Phillips
The Confluence of Estate Planning, Asset Protection, and Tax Planning
Kevin R . Pinegar
Legal Ethics in Business Transactions—It’s Not an Oxymoron
Robert C . Hyde Kirk Grimshaw allison P . Johanson
Complex Legal Issues in Mixed Use Real Estate Developments
Thursday, August 18, 2011
John a . adams
Select Ethical Issues in Trial Practice
Honorable David o . nuffer Robert s . Clark Jonathan o . Hafen
Civil Litigation Advocacy: Lawyer as Advocate, Mentor, and Leader
Civil Litigation Advocacy: Discovery and Motion Practice
Honorable Clark Waddoups Tobi D . Potestio Moderator: Robert s . Clark
Civil Litigation Advocacy: Lessons for Trial Attorneys from the Bench
Friday, August 19, 2011
fred M . Gedicks
Half a Loaf: The Conundrum of Unenumerated Rights and the Original Understanding
James D . Gordon III
Reasons for Civility
J . Craig smith
Water Law Basics
Classes will be held in 214 Crabtree Building (CTB).
11:10 a.m.–12:10 p.m.
9:50 a.m.–12:05 p.m.
11:10 a.m.–12:10 p.m.
See the “About the Faculty” section on pages 58–61.