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  • Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 02-24-2022 at 10:30 AM (CST)

    Lawyers need to have a working knowledge of Microsoft Word 2016. In this program, we’ll look at the basics of what the program has to offer.

    Lawyers need to have a working knowledge of Microsoft Word 2016. In this program, we’ll look at the basics of what the program has to offer. This will be an introduction to the platform, with a focus on several of its sophisticated formatting tools that can help you create polished, well-formatted versions of the documents you use regularly (engagement letters, retainers, non-engagement letters, etc.). In this class, we’ll explore why utilizing these formatting tools creates stronger documents than doing things manually might. NOTE: This class is ideal for Office 2016 users, but other version users are still welcome. Word for Mac users are welcome as well!

    Speaker Anne Haag is a Practice Management Advisor at the Chicago Bar Association. Anne worked as a patent paralegal at a Chicago IP firm before arriving at the CBA in 2017 as the Law Practice Management and Technology department’s trainer/coordinator. She is also a certified crisis counselor and volunteers as a patient advocate in the ER.

    To confirm you are ready to participate in an on demand webcast, please take the browser test here: http://eventcenter.commpartner...

    Live CBA Committee meetings and seminars will take place via Zoom webinar.  You will click on "view video" and be directly connected to the meeting/seminar on Zoom.  (You will not receive a Zoom link.)

    You MUST have Zoom Desktop Client on your Mac or PC to view a live program. If using a mobile device, you must have the Zoom App (available in the App Store or Google Play).

    System requirements for Mac & PC can be found here. System requirements for mobile devices can be here.  

    Please note that audience members do not need video or audio access.  Audience members are able to submit questions via the chat or Q & A features of Zoom. 

    Chat: Open in-meeting chat, allowing you to send chat messages to and send a message to the host, panelists, and attendees (if permitted). Question & Answer: Open the Q&A window, allowing you to ask questions to the host and panelists. They can either reply back to you via text in the Q&A window or answer your question live. 

  • Includes a Live Web Event on 02-23-2022 at 12:00 PM (CST)

    The Lunch with a Judge series strives to provide lawyers with the unique opportunity to hear from a member of the bench in an intimate setting. (No MCLE Credit)

    The Lunch with a Judge series strives to provide lawyers with the unique opportunity to hear from a member of the bench in an intimate setting. This installment of the Program will feature Judge Karen L. O’Malley. Judge O’Malley was elected a Circuit Judge of the Circuit Court of Cook County in 2012.  Assigned to the Law Division since 2019, she presides over Motion Calendar Z and previously sat in the Probate Division. Prior to her judicial service, she practiced in criminal and civil law and has extensive trial experience. An adjunct instructor for more than 25 years, she enjoys the challenge of working with students at Northwestern Law School, and previously DePaul University College of Law and UIC.  She is a frequent presenter to judicial colleagues and bar organizations.  She is a graduate of Chicago-Kent College of Law (J.D.) and University of Illinois, Champaign Urbana (B.A.). (No MCLE Credit)

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    Live CBA Committee meetings and seminars will take place via Zoom webinar.  You will click on "view video" and be directly connected to the meeting/seminar on Zoom.  (You will not receive a Zoom link.)

    You MUST have Zoom Desktop Client on your Mac or PC to view a live program. If using a mobile device, you must have the Zoom App (available in the App Store or Google Play).

    System requirements for Mac & PC can be found here. System requirements for mobile devices can be here.  

    Please note that audience members do not need video or audio access.  Audience members are able to submit questions via the chat or Q & A features of Zoom. 

    Chat: Open in-meeting chat, allowing you to send chat messages to and send a message to the host, panelists, and attendees (if permitted). Question & Answer: Open the Q&A window, allowing you to ask questions to the host and panelists. They can either reply back to you via text in the Q&A window or answer your question live. 

  • Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 02-23-2022 at 10:30 AM (CST)

    In this CLE, we'll talk about which KPI's you should measure in your firm: the ones that are directly related to your law firm growth. We'll also discuss some tools you can use to track this data.

    Data doesn't have to be a big, scary word. As a law firm owner, it's important to understand your firm’s data beyond simply how much money you made last year. In this CLE, we'll talk about which KPI's you should measure in your firm: the ones that are directly related to your law firm growth. We'll also discuss some tools you can use to track this data.

    Speaker Nermin Jasani is a New York State licensed attorney. Nermin practiced law on Wall Street as in-house counsel.  After that, Nermin started her own law practice working with hedge funds and other regulated entities. In 2017, Nermin started consulting lawyers on having a successful law practice. She realizes that as lawyers, we never learned in law school how to run a law practice. She helps lawyers focus on the fundamentals of being a business owner: pricing, financial projections, budgets, marketing, hiring, efficiency, leveraging technology, etc.

    Sponsored by: Wildly Successful Law Firm

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    Live CBA Committee meetings and seminars will take place via Zoom webinar.  You will click on "view video" and be directly connected to the meeting/seminar on Zoom.  (You will not receive a Zoom link.)

    You MUST have Zoom Desktop Client on your Mac or PC to view a live program. If using a mobile device, you must have the Zoom App (available in the App Store or Google Play).

    System requirements for Mac & PC can be found here. System requirements for mobile devices can be here.  

    Please note that audience members do not need video or audio access.  Audience members are able to submit questions via the chat or Q & A features of Zoom. 

    Chat: Open in-meeting chat, allowing you to send chat messages to and send a message to the host, panelists, and attendees (if permitted). Question & Answer: Open the Q&A window, allowing you to ask questions to the host and panelists. They can either reply back to you via text in the Q&A window or answer your question live. 

  • Includes Credits Includes a Live In-Person Event on 02-18-2022 at 8:15 AM (CST)

    The American College of Trial Lawyers and the CBA invite you to Join a faculty of leading trial lawyers and judges as they analyze opening statements, direct examination, cross-examination, and closing arguments of this controversial and high-profile trial to learn what judges really want from trial lawyers.

    The American College of Trial Lawyers and the CBA Present

    Anatomy of a Trial:  The Rosenberg Spy Case

    Join our faculty of leading trial lawyers and judges as they analyze opening statements, direct examination, cross-examination, and closing arguments of this controversial and high-profile trial to learn what judges really want from trial lawyers. 

    The case for this series is the espionage trial of Ethel and Julius Rosenberg. Espionage was a major concern for the United States government during the Manhattan Project. Some of the individuals who worked on the Manhattan Project were spies and provided valuable information on the design of the atomic bomb to the Soviet Union. The Soviet Union secretly conducted its first atomic weapons test on August 29, 1949. To this day, historians and scientists debate how much espionage sped up the progress of the Soviet Union’s nuclear weapons program.  

    Julius Rosenberg was a key Soviet spy who passed along information to the Soviet Union and recruited Manhattan Project spies. He was a U.S. citizen and electrical engineer. In 1951 Julius and his wife Ethel were tried and convicted of espionage for providing the Soviet Union with classified information. They were executed in 1953. Their trial remains controversial today. 

    Learn what judges really want from trial lawyers by attending this Trial Academy Boot Camp Series.

    Faculty:
    Nancy G. Aducci, Office of Cook County State's Attorney
    Anita M. Alvarez, Chief Legal Counsel, Maryville Academy
    Patricia C. Bobb, Patricia C. Bobb & Associates P.C.
    Dan L. Boho, Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP
    Robert L.  Byman, Jenner & Block LLP
    Robert A. Clifford, Clifford Law Offices
    Hon. Thomas M. Durkin, United States District Court, Northern District of Illinois
    James R. Figliulo, Figliulo & Silverman
    Patrick Fitzgerald, Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP
    Shawn Kasserman, Tomasik Kotin Kasserman, LLC
    Eileen M. Letts, Zuber Lawler LLP
    Hon. Thomas V. Lyons
    , Circuit Court of Cook County
    John H. Mathias, Jr., Jenner & Block LLP
    Maria C. McCarthy, Attorney at Law
    James P. McKay Jr., Tomasik Kotin Kasserman, LLC
    Hon. Clare E. McWilliams, Circuit Court of Cook County
    Michael D. Monico, Monico & Spevack
    Hon. Thomas R. Mulroy, Circuit Court of Cook County
    Hon. Lorna Propes, Circuit Court of Cook county
    Paul Mark Sandler, Shapiro Sher Guinot & Sandler, P.A.
    Timothy Tomasik, Tomasik Kotin Kasserman, LLC 
    Dan Webb, Winston & Strawn

    For more information and a timed agenda click here.


    *COVID Safety Precautions: The CBA’s first priority in all meeting and event decisions is the safety and welfare of our members and guests. In order to enable in-person events to take place with lower risk to participants, the CBA is requiring proof of COVID-19 vaccination or negative COVID-19 PCR Test or Rapid Antigen Test for admittance (paper or digital test results from test taken within the past 48 hours.) To expedite the check-in process, prior to February 18th you will receive an email asking you to upload proof of your COVID-19 vaccination card. Negative COVID-19 PCR or Rapid Antigen Test must be shown in person with proof of ID upon entry.

    Cost: $100 CBA CLE Advantage Plan Member/$175 Member/$175 Nonmember
    Credit: 7 IL PR-MCLE Credit
    Please note that lunch will be on your own from 12:15 pm to 1:30 pm.



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    Live CBA Committee meetings and seminars will take place via Zoom webinar.  You will click on "view video" and be directly connected to the meeting/seminar on Zoom.  (You will not receive a Zoom link.)

    You MUST have Zoom Desktop Client on your Mac or PC to view a live program. If using a mobile device, you must have the Zoom App (available in the App Store or Google Play).

    System requirements for Mac & PC can be found here. System requirements for mobile devices can be here.  

    Please note that audience members do not need video or audio access.  Audience members are able to submit questions via the chat or Q & A features of Zoom. 

    Chat: Open in-meeting chat, allowing you to send chat messages to and send a message to the host, panelists, and attendees (if permitted). Question & Answer: Open the Q&A window, allowing you to ask questions to the host and panelists. They can either reply back to you via text in the Q&A window or answer your question live. 

  • Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 02-15-2022 at 2:00 PM (CST)

    With the pandemic, attorneys are working remotely, sometimes from states other than where they are licensed to practice law. First, we will provide a yearly primer on the updates to the Civil Procedure Rules. Then we will discuss the unique challenges litigation attorneys face in a remote working environment

    With the pandemic, attorneys are working remotely, sometimes from states other than where they are licensed to practice law.  First, we will provide a yearly primer on the updates to the Civil Procedure Rules. Then we will discuss the unique challenges litigation attorneys face in a remote working environment.  

    Topics and Speakers:
    Illinois Rules Civil Procedure Update
    -Proposed Amendments
    -New Amendments-Affiliate Rule-Northern District
    Andrew Vail, Partner, Jenner & Block
    Nicole Castillo, Partner, Neal & Leroy, LLC (Moderator)

    Working Remotely From Other States While Licensed in Illinois and Other Considerations
    Megan Webster, Partner, Mayer Brown

    Pro Hac Vice
    Joshua Faucette, Associate, Mayer Brown
    Stacy Howard, Senior Counsel, McDonald’s Corporation (Moderator)

    Illinois Personal Jurisdiction
    Jenni Young, Partner, Hawkins Parnell & Young

    Q & A and Additional Case Studies
    Nicole Castillo, Partner, Neal & Leroy, LLC (Moderator)

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    Live CBA Committee meetings and seminars will take place via Zoom webinar.  You will click on "view video" and be directly connected to the meeting/seminar on Zoom.  (You will not receive a Zoom link.)

    You MUST have Zoom Desktop Client on your Mac or PC to view a live program. If using a mobile device, you must have the Zoom App (available in the App Store or Google Play).

    System requirements for Mac & PC can be found here. System requirements for mobile devices can be here.  

    Please note that audience members do not need video or audio access.  Audience members are able to submit questions via the chat or Q & A features of Zoom. 

    Chat: Open in-meeting chat, allowing you to send chat messages to and send a message to the host, panelists, and attendees (if permitted). Question & Answer: Open the Q&A window, allowing you to ask questions to the host and panelists. They can either reply back to you via text in the Q&A window or answer your question live. 

  • Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 02-14-2022 at 12:00 PM (CST)

    Attendees will hear from current diverse arbitrators and mediators about their path to becoming ADR professionals and their experience. Attendees will also learn how ADR can help the legal field achieve its Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Initiatives by creating more opportunities to select diverse candidates to resolve disputes.

    The legal field has a shared responsibility to support diversity, equity and inclusion. One area that can benefit from increased diversity is Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR). ADR provides an opportunity for parties to select their decision maker and resolve matters in a faster and more flexible manner. However, without diverse attorneys willing to train and serve as arbitrators and mediators, the opportunity is lost. 

    Attendees will hear from current diverse arbitrators and mediators about their path to becoming ADR professionals and the need for more diverse attorneys to consider careers in ADR.

    This is an important event for all who may be interested in becoming a mediator or arbitrator. More importantly, law firm managing partners, supervisors, and mentors are encouraged to attend and learn about the important role they play in supporting diverse attorneys in becoming ADR professionals.

    Introductions: 

    Nina Fain, Co-Chair, DICE Committee 
    Svetlana Gitman, Vice President, AAA-ICDR

    Moderator:
    Nerissa Diaz Moisan, Director of ADR Services, AAA-ICDR

    Panelists:
    Erika Bryant, Solo Practitioner at Butler Davis PLLC
    Katherine Haennicke, General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer at Mynt USA LLC
    Robert Muriel, Partner at Hoke LLC and former Director for the Illinois Department of Insurance (IDOI)
    Julie Porter, Founding Partner at Salvatore Prescott Porter & Porter

    This event is part of The Chicago Bar Association’s D.I.C.E. Committee and supported by the American Arbitration Association – International Centre for Dispute Resolution (AAA-ICDR).


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    Live CBA Committee meetings and seminars will take place via Zoom webinar.  You will click on "view video" and be directly connected to the meeting/seminar on Zoom.  (You will not receive a Zoom link.)

    You MUST have Zoom Desktop Client on your Mac or PC to view a live program. If using a mobile device, you must have the Zoom App (available in the App Store or Google Play).

    System requirements for Mac & PC can be found here. System requirements for mobile devices can be here.  

    Please note that audience members do not need video or audio access.  Audience members are able to submit questions via the chat or Q & A features of Zoom. 

    Chat: Open in-meeting chat, allowing you to send chat messages to and send a message to the host, panelists, and attendees (if permitted). Question & Answer: Open the Q&A window, allowing you to ask questions to the host and panelists. They can either reply back to you via text in the Q&A window or answer your question live. 

  • Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 02-10-2022 at 2:00 PM (CST)

    This seminar will discuss tools and tips for moving contested adoptions forward. Topics include consolidation of parallel custody cases, discovery and motion practice to narrow the issues, tips for early resolution, and what to expect procedurally if you do proceed to trial.

    This seminar will discuss tools and tips for moving contested adoptions forward. Topics include consolidation of parallel custody cases, discovery and motion practice to narrow the issues, tips for early resolution, and what to expect procedurally if you do proceed to trial. Practitioners, Guardian Ad Litems, and Judges will provide diverse perspectives on these often complex cases.

    Topics and Speakers: 
    Consolidating Parallel Custody Cases
    Addressing the Putative Father Registry
    Denise J. Patton, Fellow of Academy of Adoption and Assisted Reproductive Technology Attorney

    Parentage from the Birth Parent’s Perspective
    Visitation/Custody Orders as a Path for Settlement
    Laura SB Vallejo, Managing Attorney, Parentage and Child Support Advice Desk, Greater Chicago Legal Clinic, Inc.

    Discovery Tools and Using the Procedural Rules to Move Your Case Forward
    Paul W. Barbahen, O'Brien & Barbahen

    Motion Practice
    Preserving Issues for Appeal
    Clarke M. Gillespie, III, Gillespie Law Group, LLC

    Scope of Discovery
    Entertaining Motions for Summary Judgment
    Fitness v. Best Interests
    Practice Tips
    Hon. Maureen Ward Kirby, County Division, Circuit Court of Cook County
    Hon. Patrick T. Stanton, Associate Judge, County Division, Circuit Court of Cook County

    Moderator: 
    Tiffany A. Horstein
    , Family Forward Law, Vice-Chair, CBA Adoption Law Committee, ISBA Child Law Section Council

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    Live CBA Committee meetings and seminars will take place via Zoom webinar.  You will click on "view video" and be directly connected to the meeting/seminar on Zoom.  (You will not receive a Zoom link.)

    You MUST have Zoom Desktop Client on your Mac or PC to view a live program. If using a mobile device, you must have the Zoom App (available in the App Store or Google Play).

    System requirements for Mac & PC can be found here. System requirements for mobile devices can be here.  

    Please note that audience members do not need video or audio access.  Audience members are able to submit questions via the chat or Q & A features of Zoom. 

    Chat: Open in-meeting chat, allowing you to send chat messages to and send a message to the host, panelists, and attendees (if permitted). Question & Answer: Open the Q&A window, allowing you to ask questions to the host and panelists. They can either reply back to you via text in the Q&A window or answer your question live. 

  • Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 02-09-2022 at 3:00 PM (CST)

    Each year, Black History Month is a time to celebrate the achievements of African Americans and to recognize the critical role of Black people in U.S. history. This year we ask you to join the DICE Committee for a program focused on black excellence and service on “for profit” boards.

    Each year, Black History Month is a time to celebrate the achievements of African Americans and to recognize the critical role of Black people in U.S. history. This year we ask you to join the DICE Committee for a program about black excellence and service on “for profit” boards. The discussion will center on corporate boards and the need for greater diversity including minorities and women. Although corporate boards may not reflect the current US population, evidence shows that veteran African American business leaders and lawyers are sitting in C-suites, as CEOS and as Fortune 500 corporate board directors. Illinois now requires companies disclose their female and minority board membership. In a recent session, the passage of HB 3394 amended the Illinois Business Corporation Act to require publicly traded businesses with principal executive offices in the state to report the number of women and minorities on boards. Similarly, California, Washington, Massachusetts and New Jersey have passed laws affecting board diversity. Through this program, the DICE Committee seeks to examine the institutional racism that can impede African Americans from reaching these top directors’ seats and also to highlight positive accomplishments and discuss the path forward to increasing diversity on corporate boards.  

    The DICE Committee’s Black History Month Chair, Greta Weathersby, will moderate this panel and be joined by seasoned c-suite executives and general counsels who will address how they secured their seats on top corporate boards in America. They will examine how an urgent emerging pressure from investors and shareholders, along with legislative initiatives and government agency rules, now requires more leadership diversity. Panelists will discuss the recruitment process, the skills required and their expertise (supply chain, audit, technology, and operations, legal). They will also address the committees of the board, the nominating process and the pipeline to a board seat.

    Panelists:

    Desiree Ralls-Morrison, Executive Vice President, General Counsel, Corporate Secretary, McDonald’s Corporation; Legal Advisor to Board of Directors 
    - Member, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Board of Directors
    - Named One of the Most Powerful Women in Corporate America by Black Enterprise Magazine in 2019 
    - One of the Top innovative General Counsels Around the World by the Financial Times in 2020

    Charles Matthews, President, Peoples Gas and North Shore Gas
    - Member, BMO Financial Corp., Board of Directors
    - Named as One of the 2021 Most Influential Black Corporate Directors – Savoy Magazine

    Ulice Payne, President and Founder, Addison-Clifton, LLC, a global trade compliance firm
    - Member, Foot Locker Inc., Board of Directors
    - Member, Manpower Group, Board of Directors
    - Member, WEC Energy Group, Board of Directors
    - Named as One of the 2021 Most Influential Black Corporate Directors – Savoy Magazine

    Moderator: Greta G. Weathersby, Senior Corporate Counsel, WEC Energy Group, Inc. 
    - The Chicago Bar Association Dice Committee and former Board of Managers Member
    - The Chicago Bar Foundation Board of Directors 

    This program is brought to you by the D.I.C.E Committee of The Chicago Bar Association.

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    Live CBA Committee meetings and seminars will take place via Zoom webinar.  You will click on "view video" and be directly connected to the meeting/seminar on Zoom.  (You will not receive a Zoom link.)

    You MUST have Zoom Desktop Client on your Mac or PC to view a live program. If using a mobile device, you must have the Zoom App (available in the App Store or Google Play).

    System requirements for Mac & PC can be found here. System requirements for mobile devices can be here.  

    Please note that audience members do not need video or audio access.  Audience members are able to submit questions via the chat or Q & A features of Zoom. 

    Chat: Open in-meeting chat, allowing you to send chat messages to and send a message to the host, panelists, and attendees (if permitted). Question & Answer: Open the Q&A window, allowing you to ask questions to the host and panelists. They can either reply back to you via text in the Q&A window or answer your question live. 

  • Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 02-09-2022 at 2:00 PM (CST)

    This seminar will provide an overview of the traditional rules barring non-lawyer ownership and the more permissive rules that have been adopted or considered by several states.

    Several states have amended or are considering amending their version of ABA Model Rule 5.4, which prohibits lawyers from (i) sharing legal fees with nonlawyers, except under limited exceptions, or (ii) practicing law through a law firm (or similar entity) that has nonlawyer owners or officers. This seminar will provide an overview of the traditional rules barring non-lawyer ownership and the more permissive rules that have been adopted or considered by several states. We’ll discuss the ethical implications attorneys should be aware of, including issues relating to the unauthorized practice of law, conflicts of interest, client solicitation and advertising, bundled legal services, and limited scope representations.

    SPEAKERS:
    Michael L. Shakman
    , Partner, Miller Shakman Levine & Feldman LLP, Former Member of the American Law Institute’s Advisory Committee for the Law Governing Lawyers and Former Chair of the CBA Professional Responsibility Committee

    Diane F. Klotnia, Partner, Miller Shakman Levine & Feldman LLP, Member and Former Chair of the ISBA Standing Committee on Professional Conduct, Former Chair of the CBA Professional Responsibility Committee and Adjunct Faculty of Professional Responsibility at Northwestern University School of Law

    MODERATORS:
    Kay L. Dawson
    , Miller Shakman Levine & Feldman LLP
    James A. Doppke, Robinson Stewart Montgomery & Doppke, LLC
    Chairs, CBA Professional Responsibility Committee
    Patrick A. Bernard, Illinois Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission; Vice-Chair, CBA Professional Responsibility Committee


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    Live CBA Committee meetings and seminars will take place via Zoom webinar.  You will click on "view video" and be directly connected to the meeting/seminar on Zoom.  (You will not receive a Zoom link.)

    You MUST have Zoom Desktop Client on your Mac or PC to view a live program. If using a mobile device, you must have the Zoom App (available in the App Store or Google Play).

    System requirements for Mac & PC can be found here. System requirements for mobile devices can be here.  

    Please note that audience members do not need video or audio access.  Audience members are able to submit questions via the chat or Q & A features of Zoom. 

    Chat: Open in-meeting chat, allowing you to send chat messages to and send a message to the host, panelists, and attendees (if permitted). Question & Answer: Open the Q&A window, allowing you to ask questions to the host and panelists. They can either reply back to you via text in the Q&A window or answer your question live. 

  • Includes a Live Web Event on 02-08-2022 at 12:15 PM (CST)

    A View from the Academy: The Role of Testifying Experts on Corporate Issues & Their Top Three Favorite Business Divorce Issues

    TOPIC: A View from the Academy:

    The Role of Testifying Experts on Corporate Issues
    & Their Top Three Favorite Business Divorce Issues

    SPEAKER(S)/ORGANIZATION:  Prof. Daniel S. Kleinberger, Emeritus Professor of Law, Mitchell Hamline School of Law
    Prof. Charles W. Murdock, Loyola University School of Law
    Prof. Robert B. Thompson, Peter P. Weidenbruch, Jr. Professor of Business Law, Georgetown Law

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    Live CBA Committee meetings and seminars will take place via Zoom webinar.  You will click on "view video" and be directly connected to the meeting/seminar on Zoom.  (You will not receive a Zoom link.)

    You MUST have Zoom Desktop Client on your Mac or PC to view a live program. If using a mobile device, you must have the Zoom App (available in the App Store or Google Play).

    System requirements for Mac & PC can be found here. System requirements for mobile devices can be here.  

    Please note that audience members do not need video or audio access.  Audience members are able to submit questions via the chat or Q & A features of Zoom. 

    Chat: Open in-meeting chat, allowing you to send chat messages to and send a message to the host, panelists, and attendees (if permitted). Question & Answer: Open the Q&A window, allowing you to ask questions to the host and panelists. They can either reply back to you via text in the Q&A window or answer your question live.