Category Archives: MCLE California

MCLE: People’s Money (Ethics credit)

As previously announced, the TJSL Library now has a collection of MCLE materials available for checkout by all TJSL Alumni.  Stop by the Library and take advantage of this opportunity for free MCLE credits! Here’s just one of our new MCLE holdings:

People’s Money

Learn the perils of the use and abuse of client funds. What funds should be deposited into a client trust account and what funds should not be? When should money stay in a client trust account, and when should it be withdrawn? This program includes practical suggestions on proper trust accounting, including compliance with record-keeping standards.

Shawn M. Harpen, Esq., Irvine
Edward J. McIntyre, Esq., San Diego
Dianne Jackson McLean, Esq., Oakland

1.5 Hours MCLE Credit Legal Ethics

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MCLE: Ins and Outs of Employment Law

As previously announced, the TJSL Library now has a collection of MCLE materials available for checkout by all TJSL Alumni.  Stop by the Library and take advantage of this opportunity for free MCLE credits! Here’s just one of our new MCLE holdings:

Ins and Outs of Employment Law

Recorded September 2008, this presentation reviews often-encountered issues in employment law from the plaintiff, management,and neutral perspectives.

Suzanne M. Ambrose, Executive Officer, State Personnel Board, Sacramento
Lori J. Bien, Esq., San Francisco

2 Total Participatory MCLE Credits (No Ethics)

MCLE: Conflicts for Lawyers (Ethics credit)

As previously announced, the TJSL Library now has a collection of MCLE materials available for checkout by all TJSL Alumni.  Stop by the Library and take advantage of this opportunity for free MCLE credits! Here’s just one of our new MCLE holdings:

Conflicts for Lawyers

Recorded September 2009, this program discusses how to identify and address conflicts of interest.

Jon L. Rewinski, Esq., Locke, Lord, Bissell and Liddell LLP, Los Angeles
Lei-Chala I. Wilson, Esq., Office of the Public Defender, San Diego
Alan S. Yochelson, Esq., Office of the District Attorney, Los Angeles

1.5 Hours MCLE Credit Legal Ethics

MCLE: California Criminal Sentencing Laws

As previously announced, the TJSL Library now has a collection of MCLE materials available for checkout by all TJSL Alumni.  Stop by the Library and take advantage of this opportunity for free MCLE credits! Here’s just one of our new MCLE holdings:

California Criminal Sentencing Laws

Prosecutors, judges and criminal defense attorneys must accurately calculate and advise defendants on possible sentencing consequences of a plea to criminal charges. This Panel will navigate the California determinate and indeterminate sentencing laws. Recorded September 2009.

Michael Begovich, Esq., San Diego
Peter E. Flores, Jr., Esq., San Francisco
Judge Philip H. Pennypacker, San Jose

1.5 MCLE Credits Legal Specialization;
1.5 MCLE Credits Criminal Law (Good through 9/9/10)