Continuing Legal Education
18th Annual Conference
1881 Curtis Street
Denver, CO 80202
For Hotel Reservations
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(888) 724-0500 or (303) 316-4833
Monday, December 9
8:30 Registration and Continental Breakfast
9:00 Welcome and Introduction
Overview of the Day
9:10 Legal Malpractice
The Top Ten Ways to Make Sure You Get a Disciplinary Complaint
Troy R. Rackham, Esq.
Fennemore Craig, Denver
10:00 Networking Break
10:15 Keynote Presentation
The Changing Practice of Law in the Next Ten Years of Attorney Regulation
James C. Coyle, Esq. Regulation Counsel
Colorado Supreme Court, Denver
11:05 Prospective Clients: Avoiding the Rule 1.18 Trap
All of the Disqualification & None of the Fee
Charles F. Luce Jr., Esq.
11:55 Lunch Break
1:10 Ethics for In-House Counsel
Special Considerations and Dilemmas
Peter Nadel, Esq.
tw telecom, Littleton
John M. "Jack" Tanner, Esq.
Fairfield and Woods, Denver
2:00 The Ethics of Social Media
New Challenges in the Digital World
Phil Nugent, Esq., JD, MBA, Managing Director
NCG Strategic Marketing, Boulder
2:50 Networking Break
3:05 Challenges Facing Lawyers in the Emerging Marijuana Industry
What You Need to Know
Eli Wald, Esq., Charles W. Delaney Jr. Professor of Law
University of Denver, Sturm College of Law, Denver
3:55 Ethics & Mediation
What Ethical Settlement Negotiations Look Like
Collie E. Norman, Esq.
4:45 Evaluations and Adjourn
$ 595 per person.
$ 495 each for two or more.
$ 495 each for government, 501(c)(3) organizations, full-time judges, law students and paralegals.
$ 395 each for two or more government, 501(c)(3) organizations, full-time judges, law students and paralegals.
Audio transcript and course materials
$ 595 plus $10 shipping and handling
Course Materials Only:
$200 plus $10 shipping and handling
Full tuition refunds (less a $50 administrative charge) will be given only if notice of cancellation is received by 5:00 p.m. MST the Monday prior to the Conference. Substitutions may be made at any time. Click Here To View the Brochure in PDF Format