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Session Time: 2:00 - 5:15 PM Eastern
Presenters: Christine M. Flynn and Julian E. Neiser
This program meets the California MCLE Paralegal requirement as specified in Business and Professions Code Section 6450(d).
This course will qualify for 3.0 hours of continuing education for paralegals, including 0.0 hour of ethics, toward the eligibility requirements of the DPA Delaware Certified Paralegal Program.
This course will qualify for 3.0 hours of self-study continuing education for paralegals, including 0.0 hour of self-study ethics credit, toward the eligibility requirements of the Florida Registered Paralegal Program.
This course will qualify for 3.0 hours of distance learning continuing education for paralegals, including 0.0 hour of ethics, toward the eligibility requirements as a paralegal affiliate member of the Indiana State Bar Association. No more than 3.0 hours of distance learning CLE credit may be earned during a reporting period.
This program may qualify for up to 3.0 hours of self-study CLE credit by the Montana Commission on Continuing Legal Education, including 0.0 hour of ethics. No more than 4.0 hours of self-study CLE credit may be earned during a reporting period.
This seminar meets the requirements of the Certifying Board for Legal Assistants of the National Association of Legal Assistants, Inc., for 3.0 hours, including 0.0 ethics, of continuing legal assistant education self-study credit required to maintain the CLA (Certified Legal Assistant) credential.
This seminar has been approved by The National Federation of Paralegal Associations, Inc. (NFPA) for 3.0 hours of Continuing Legal Education self-study credit, including 0.0 hour of ethics.
This program has been approved by the North Carolina State Bar Board of Paralegal Certification for computer-based continuing paralegal education credit in the amount of 3.0 hours, of which 0.0 hour will also apply in the area of professional responsibility. This course is not sponsored by the Board of Paralegal Certification.
This course will qualify for 3.0 hours of self-study continuing education for paralegals, including 0.0 hour of ethics, toward the eligibility requirements of the Ohio State Bar Association Paralegal Certification program.
Approved for 3.0 CLE self-study credit by the Washington State Paralegal Association (WSPA).
CHRISTINE M. FLYNN is a litigation paralegal at the law firm of Haggerty, Goldberg, Schleifer & Kupersmith, P.C., where her specialties are personal injury, UM/UIM, coverage, bad faith, and appellate practice. She has 25 years of experience in her field. Ms. Flynn is the past president of the Philadelphia Association of Paralegals, and is currently serving as chair of the Litigation and Professional Development committees. Ms. Flynn also serves as pro bono coordinator and liaison to the American Bar Association Standing Committee on Pro Bono and Public Service for NFPA. She is a member of the Paralegal Studies Advisory Board at the Community College of Philadelphia and a past member of the Widener Law Center, Legal Education Institute's Board of Advisors. Ms. Flynn is a member of the National Notary Association, as well as a paralegal member of the Pennsylvania Association for Justice and the Philadelphia Bar Association. She is the author of several articles for various publications, such as The Legal Intelligencer, Paralegal Today, and the National Paralegal Reporter. Ms. Flynn also has presented various paralegal webinars for the Institute of Paralegal Education (IPE).
JULIAN E. NEISER is a commercial and construction trial attorney with Spilman Thomas & Battle PLLC. He has extensive experience in litigation, contract negotiations, and alternative dispute resolution. Mr. Neiser also is a mediator and serves as outside general counsel to corporations. Mr. Neiser is a regular contributor to national business and legal publications on topics such as electronic discovery, construction law, and trial work. He also is an officer and council member of the Allegheny County Bar Association's Construction Law Section, and a committee member of the Local Rules Committee. He previously was a litigation attorney with Meyer, Unkovic & Scott; Tucker Arensberg; McGuireWoods; and served as the general counsel of The Rhodes Group, an international construction claims consulting company. He earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Pittsburgh and his law degree from Duquesne University School of Law, where he currently serves as an adjunct professor of trial advocacy.