Oregon Women Lawyers (OWLS) Mary Leonard Chapter and the State of Oregon Law Library welcome John Grant, founder ofThe Agile Attorney Network, to present on the ethics of project management in the legal profession.
While lawyers are typically concerned with managing "matters" or "cases," those are just fancy words for what the rest of industry calls a "project." Unfortunately, for most lawyers there is a universe of proven project management tools that we fail to utilize because of mis-matched nomenclature. In this talk, John Grant will discuss why the "front five" rules of ethics don't just allow for the use of project management techniques, they demand it. He will then teach the fundamentals of both traditional and Agile project management, discuss how they relate to our ethical obligations, and leave you with concrete steps to implement them in your office for a more agile and ethical practice.
(Feel free to bring lunches and covered drinks.)
Pricing: 1.0 ethics CLE credit will be sought. OWLS members $15; Non-members $20; judicial law clerks and new admittees $10. Free to students and those not seeking CLE credit.
Registration url: https://www.owlsmaryleonardchapter.org/jan-23-2019-cle-ethical-imperative-of-legal-project-management.html
The Board of Directors of the Marion County Bar Association cordially invites you to attend the MCBA Annual Awards & Pro Bono Awards Dinner, preceded by the Judges’ Reception.
The Judges’ Reception commences at 5:30 p.m. The dinner and presentation of awards will begin at 6:30 p.m.
Reservations are required to attend this event. The cost is $40.00 per attendee. Please register online no later than January 13, 2019.
You may also send a check payable to MCBA to:
388 State Street, 11th Floor
Salem, OR 97301
Be sure to include the name of each attendee and choice of entrée (Chicken Cordon Blue Roulade with Marsala Glaze, Beef Carbonnade, or Roasted Vegetable Wellington).
If you have any questions, please contact Jennifer Brown at email@example.com or (503)371-9500.
If you do any accountings that are submitted for court approval, you and your staff are invited to two continuing legal education classes regarding accountings for probates and conservatorships in Marion County.
Monica Pacheco and Heather Gilmore will be sharing forms and information.
Accounting Requirements: This session will provide information on:
* What the UTCR Accounting Requirements are.
* How to properly complete the UTCR Accounting Form.
* Issues with compliance with the UTCR and how to properly prepare Exhibits.
CLE credit will be applied for 1 hour for each session. There is no advance registration or RSVP. You may want to arrive early as it is anticipated it will be crowded. For additional information contact:
Heather O. Gilmore, P.C.
1855 Fairgrounds Road NE, Salem, OR 97301
Phone: (503) 378-7813
Fax: (503) 399-3641
Keynote Speaker: Wendy Bourg, PhD
Thursday, February 7, 2019
$50 (before 12/31/18)
$65 (after 12/31/18)
Marion County Family Law Advisory Committee
Marion County Bar Association
An application for 4 MCLE general credits will be submitted.
Contact Shannon Snow with questions: Shannon@YourAtty.com
How to Avoid Common Mistakes and Tips to Make Your Accountings Easier to Review.
*Identify common mistakes even sophisticated and experienced attorneys are making and how to avoid them.
*Learn tips on what makes accountings easier and quicker to review for court staff
*See techniques using common software to simplify accountings, filing and review.
Marion County Bar AssociationPO Box 333Salem, OR 97308email: firstname.lastname@example.org