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Together Lawyers Can CLE Content
22nd Biennial Family Law Institute: Part I and Part II
Together Lawyers Can, in partnership with the University of Kentucky College of Law, are happy to offer TLC members access to the 22nd Biennial Family Law Institute CLE. Part I includes 3 hours of CLE credit, including Achieving Justice in Child Support, Dealing with Taxes in Divorce Cases, LGBTQ Issues in Modern Family Law, and Multi-Parent Families and Grandparents Rights. Part II includes 3.5 hours, including one hour of Ethics. Part II videos include: What Family Law Attorneys Should Know about Assisted Reproduction; Ethics for Family Law Practitioners, Current Legal Issues for Guardian Ad Litem; and Biennial Case Law and Legislative Update.
Remote Court: The Good, the Bad, and the Muted.
Recorded live on December 4, 2020, this one-hour CLE features a panel of Judges from across the Commonwealth discussing the new norm and their experiences with conducting remote court. Participating Judges include Hon. Denise Brown, Chief Judge of Family Court in Jefferson County; Hon. Janie McKenzie Wells, Family Court Judge of Johnson, Martin, and Lawrence Counties; and Hon. Mica Woods, Family Court Judge of Barren and Metcalfe Counties.
VIRTUAL LANDLORD/TENANT LAW CLE
Kentucky is facing a looming eviction crisis. Legal Services Corporation reports that 90% of tenants go into housing courts unrepresented. Together Lawyers Can aims to balance the scales of justice. Evictions can be prevented, especially with the assistance of an attorney. In a pandemic, the eviction crisis rises to the level of a public health emergency. How do you stay #healthyathome, when you have no home? Click here to see the full CLE flyer with details about each one hour session.
VIRTUAL UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE CLE
With thousands of Kentuckians facing unemployment, this FREE three hour virtual CLE will provide volunteer attorneys with the information they need to represent those facing unemployment appeals. Click here to see the full CLE flyer with details about each one hour session.