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Moot Court team, Craighead County
Bar Association to host Continuing Legal Education/Fundraising Project
2010 -- Arkansas State University and the Craighead County Bar
Association will collaborate on a joint Continuing Legal Education (CLE)
project entitled, “The Business of Law: How to Run Yours and How to
Advise Clients to Run Theirs”
Friday, March 12, from 8:30 a.m.-4:45 p.m. in ASU
Centennial Hall located in the Student Union on the Jonesboro campus.
This event is approved for 5.0 general hours and 1.0 ethics hour.
Sessions during “The Business of Law” cover five key employment legal
topics including “Hiring and Firing,” “Wages,” “Contracts,” Federal and
State Employment Laws,” and “Ethics with Clients.”
To register online, go to
Registration is $175. Registration fee includes a buffet lunch, parking
in the parking garage at the Student Union, the seminar, course
materials, and breaks. Lunches for late registrants may not be possible.
Because of facility and catering commitments, refunds will be limited to
“Hiring and Firing,” presented by Mark Mayfield, includes questions that
can and cannot be asked by interviewers, employment at will, contract
employees, and severance packages. Lori Smith will present “Wages” which
includes minimum wage, overtime, and time cards.
“Contracts,” which includes essential elements, breach, damages, and
noncompetes will be discussed by Roger U. Colbert, while Allen Dobson
will handle the topic of “Federal and State Employment Laws” and Title
VII, equal pay, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the Family
Medical Leave Act (FMLA), and unions.
Stark Ligon will close out the conference by discussing “Ethics with
Clients” and signed contracts, confidentiality, and conflicts.
For more information, contact the Center for Regional Programs at
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