Unique, Useful and Affordable CLE's

Continuing Legal Education Approved by

the Louisiana Bar Association

MCLE Committee

Provider #8699

The Acadiana Law Firm, LLC

1141 Margaret Place

New Orleans, LA 70130

Ph 504-605-0616

Fx 504-605-0620

acadianalaw@gmail.com

Seating is Limited
 

Day 1

January 31, 2018

8:30-9:00am    Registration

 

9:00-10:00am

So you need to challenge your property taxes?

The essential elements and procedures required to professionally and competently challenge an Ad Valorum tax assessment or collection.

Thomas A. Robichaux, J.D.,

The Acadiana Law Firm, LLC

10:15-11:15

Criminal Law for the Civil Lawyer

The essential elements to handling a criminal case competently and professionally, including discovery, practice, and procedure.

Jessica LaCambra Mullaly, J.D.,

Mullaly & Associates

1 Hr. Professionalism

 

11:30-12:30

So you have to go to Federal Court?

The essentials of competently and professionally practicing in USDC for the uninitiated.

James B. Mullaly, J.D.,

Mullaly & Associates

1 Hr. Professionalism

12:30-1:30

Lunch on your own

1:30-2:30

So you want to Sue for Civil Rights?

The essentials of competently and professionally practicing §1983 claims in US District Court.

James B. Mullaly, J.D.,

Mullaly & Associates

2:45-3:45

Panel Discussion: Starting Over
Issues and experiences in hanging out a shingle in mid-career. 

James B. Mullay, Jessica L. Mullaly & Thomas A. Robichaux

1 Hr. Law Practice Management

4:00-5:00

Beginning at the End – Part 1

Life in Business

Basics about Professional Life Planning for you and your client.

Bonnie Vassalo and

Brian A. McKenna, J.D., CLU, ChFC

New York Life

 

5:15-6:15

So You Have to Fight City Hall?

Competently maneuvering through the administrative hearing and procedure process.

Robert C. Ellis, M.B.A., J.D.

Canlas-Ellis, LLC

 

 

 

Day 2

February 1, 2018

 

8:30-9:00 Registration

 

9:00-10:00

Dabbling in Politics

Election Law Suit Basics

The essential elements and procedures required to professionally and competently challenge candidates and election results.

Thomas A. Robichaux, J.D.,

The Acadiana Law Firm, LLC

10:15-11:15

DWI Defense

The essential elements to handling a DWI case competently and professionally, including discovery, practice, and procedure.

Jessica LaCambra Mullaly, J.D.

Mullaly & Associates

 

11:30-12:30

Civil Service Basics

The essentials of competently and professionally practicing a Civil Service Claim the uninitiated.

James B. Mullaly, J.D.

Mullaly & Associates

 

12:30-1:30 Lunch on your own

 

1:30-2:30

What’s in Your Brand?

Branding yourself and your firm in social media, including marketing & advertising strategies..

Brooke Caillouette,

Ace High Printing &

Thomas A. Robichaux. J.D., Attorney at Law

1 Hr. Law Practice Management

2:45-3:45

Beginning at the End – Part 2

The 6 Keys 

The essential basics of competent and professional Estate Planning, including the Six Key Areas of Capital Accumulation and Protection

Bonnie Vassalo and

Brian A. McKenna, J.D., CLU, ChFC

New York Life

4:00-5:00

Bright Lights and Dark Corners

Courtroom Ethics from a Judge’s Perspective:

The person I didn’t think about when I was lawyering.

Hon. Laurie White, Judge 

Criminal District Court

Parish of Orleans

1 Hr. Ethics

5:15-6:15

So Your Client Wants to Air B&B?

Competently maneuvering through the Short-Term Rental regulations and process.

Robert C. Ellis, M.B.A., J.D.

Canlas-Ellis, LLC

Join us at our next event!
January 31st & February 1, 2017
Basic Primers for Lawyers who take cases outside of their usual areas of practice.

Over 40% Off for YLD Members, Just $400 for 2 Full Days

If you pre-register.

14 Hours Total CLE Credit

Including 1 hour of Ethics;

2 Hours of Professionalism

and 2 Hours of Law Practice Management

Course #8699180131

 

$50.00 per hour

Register for a full day and receive one hour free IF you register early!

All Day $300.00

Both days, $550 if you register early!

$700 for both full days if you register on-site.

Early registration ends Tuesday, January 30, at noon.