Non-substantive

Non-substantive credit is mediation, law office management, computer programs or applications, communications, office technology, self-help, mental health, or prevention of substance abuse courses.

CLE Hours: 43.0 total (Subtantive 31.5, Non-substantive 7.0, Ethics 4.5)
(If you attended the session while at Conference, you are ineligible to earn CLE for the recorded version.)

This bundle includes the following on-demand webinars: 

Legal technology is evolving at a rapid pace. It can sometimes be hard to keep up with trends and buzzwords. Topics such as Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain, and Machine Learning are getting traction. This on-demand webinar defines and explains these technologies so that attendees will have a thorough, basic understanding of the advanced technologies being deployed in the legal space.

Unlike any time in our nation's history, multiple generations are employed in the workplace. We are working alongside co-workers old enough to be our parents and at the same time employees young enough to be our children. Senior partners are planning for retirement and adults born in the last decade of the 20th Century are entering the workforce. Every generation has a different view of the world. That view is dictated by national and world events, public opinion and viewpoints. Attitudes and expectations have a great effect on each generation's view of the workplace. What is important to a

Next to people, data is a company's greatest asset. But what exactly is data and why is it so important? We explore how data is being used in businesses and how law firms are now leveraging data to making better business decisions through the use of data analytics and reporting, visualization of data, and how advanced technologies like artificial intelligence is helping. What does it mean for the paralegal profession and what you should do to prepare yourself?

Discuss facts and helpful information about stress, primarily in the workplace, and how it affects us.  

We identify the symptoms of stress and how stress can carry over into our personal lives.

The presentation ends with simple yoga or other relaxation techniques to help with relieving the effects of stress. Some techniques can be used while sitting in your office.

At the farthest corner of the online world lie the hidden recesses of the Dark Web and its Darknet marketplaces. The Dark Web may be accessed for both legitimate purposes and to conceal criminal or other malicious activities. This on-demand webinar teaches you how to access the Dark Web safely and anonymously, navigate within the many layers of the Dark Web to discover hidden Wiki's, and dig through Dark Web search engines. We examine the various Darknet marketplace models and niches, cryptocurrencies used on the Darknet, Darknet takedown markets, and key Darknet vendors.

Online connectivity has transformed every facet of our lives. Technology shortens our commutes, connects us with people far away, and gives us unlimited cat memes... yet many areas of litigation remain untouched - and unimproved - in the way that other parts of our lives have. 

First Court has leveraged technology to improve two costly and time-intensive practices - mediation and jury research. 

In general, there are four basic purposes of communication: To inform, to persuade, to ask a question, or to learn. It’s as important to know what you don’t want as it is to know what you do want.

In this course, you will learn the importance of assertive speaking - asking directly for what you need from others without being aggressive. You will discover techniques for holding others accountable while also creating and practicing the art of equitable compromise.

Successful completion of this course will increase your knowledge and ability to:

Critical thinking is a skill that most would agree is important in the workplace. But what is it, exactly? Critical thinking is reasonable, reflective thinking that is focused on deciding what to believe and what to do. It requires collecting information and then thoughtfully evaluating it in order to guide decision making.

Critical thinking helps you to make better decisions by engaging in logical reasoning, avoiding mistakes due to bias or inaccurate assumptions, and systematically working through options to identify the most relevant and reasonable solution.

Innovation doesn’t have to be complex or difficult, and it’s not just for technical problems. Innovation can happen everywhere in an organization. This course will take your team's ideas into action.

After you’ve completed this course, you’ll be able to:   

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