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Do you struggle with drafting orders?  In this seminar, you will learn the building blocks of an order and take home practical information to improve your practice. Hear from both the appellate and trial court bench on what to include or avoid in a proper criminal court order to avoid remand as well as practical aspects of getting orders done. You don’t want to miss this program, register today!

Formats Available: Live Webcast
Original Seminar Date: December 07, 2018

Approved Credit:
  • NC State Bar: 3.00 hours General Hours, 1.50 hours Ethics, 1 hour Substance Abuse

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    Formats Available: Available 2-3 Weeks After Live Program, Live Webcast
    Original Seminar Date: December 14, 2018
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    Collapse Civil Procedure Boot Camp
    Formats Available: Live Webcast
    Original Seminar Date: January 11, 2019

    Approved Credit:
  • NC State Bar: 6.00 hours General Hours

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    Musculoskeletal disorders are the largest category of workplace injuries and account for the majority of personal injury claims. Knowing the real mechanism of a back, shoulder or knee injury or what is and is not trauma related is crucial to your success as an advocate. In plain-English, and with a sharp focus on the challenges you face, Sam Hodge will keep you in stitches as he explains the nuances of the spine and upper and lower extremities in an easy to understand manner that will allow you to better evaluate or defend your case.

    This entertaining and valuable journey will take you inside the human body through videos, illustrations, and animations as you learn the parts of the body that are most susceptible to injury and those that are not. Professor Hodge will explain how diagnosis are made and the particulars of medical tests and surgical procedures from the unique perspective of a very successful litigator and teacher.

    Formats Available: Live Webcast
    Original Seminar Date: January 18, 2019

    Approved Credit:
  • NC State Bar: 1 hour Ethics, 5.00 hours General Hours

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