Continuing Legal Education

The AABA has partnered with the Legal Studies Institute at Anne Arundel Community College to provide high-quality, convenient, and local Continuing Legal Education (CLE) to our members. Monthly programs are scheduled to provide attorneys with current knowledge on popular and emerging topics of interest. All programs are held at Anne Arundel Community College in the Center for Applied Learning Technologies (CALT) Building, unless otherwise note.


Upcoming CLE Programs

   
April 25   LEG 547: Defending and Attacking Marital Agreements: A Must for Every Family Law Practitioner

Is an agreement ever safe from attack? This program offers an eye-opening discussion on how to assess the strengths and weaknesses of any martial agreement. Explore the arguments lawyers can use that will result in the most significant benefits to their client, as well as offering drafting tips when appropriate.  Discuss provisions that tend to cause problems in court. 

Speakers:  James D. Milko, Esq., Maureen Glackin, Esq., & Angela Magruder, Esq.

When:  April 25, 2018; 6 – 8 pm

Where:  Room 100, Center for Applied Learning and Technology (CALT) Bldg.

Cost:  $55.00 (Additional $10.00 if out of county)


May 16   LEG 550: Trial Practice - The Child Witness

Discuss developing a rational method to assess a young child’s capacity to offer reliable testimony; Explore how to evaluating children’s competency to testify; Discuss whether children should testify in a trial and the impact it has on the child; Examine issues of reliability of child’s testimony based on age and development and how to best prepare a proper examination; and many, many more.
 
Speakers: Pamela Alban, Esq., Richard Trunnell, Esq. and Michael Gombatz, Ph.D.
 
When: May 16, 2018; 6 – 8 p.m.
 
Where: Room 100, Center for Applied Learning and Technology (CALT) Bldg.
 
Cost: $55.00 (an additional $10.00 if out of county)

 
May 29   LEG 551 – Alternative Dispute Resolution Tactics: Utilizing ADR from the First Interview Through the Appeal

Sharpen and develop practical skills for integrating alternative dispute resolution tools into your practice. Join your colleagues in this informative workshop and explore a variety of helpful ADR concepts. Discuss best practices with regards to appellate mediation. Tips for counsel as they navigate through the process at differing stages of litigation.
 
Speakers: Hon. Steven I. Platt, Rignal Baldwin, Esq, Jeff Bowman, Esq. Heather Clark, Esq.
 
When: May 29, 2018; 6 – 8 p.m.
 
Where: Room 100, Center for Applied Learning and Technology (CALT) Bldg.
 
Cost: $55.00 (an additional $10.00 if out of county)

 
 

Registration Instructions

To register for a CLE program, vist the AACC Legal Studies Institute website.
If you have additional questions, contact:

Erin D. Gable, Esq.,CLE Coordinator,
Legal Studies Institute, Anne Arundel Community College
101 College Parkway, Arnold, MD 21012
Phone:  (410) 777-7323
Email:    edgable@aacc.edu