Equal access to justice is the very foundation that our judicial system was built on; however, many people are denied this basic right merely because they cannot afford legal representation. LSSM has been able to expand its services in providing quality legal representation and advice due to private bar involvement. As a member of the Volunteer Lawyers Project and Judicare Program, LSSM provides free continuing legal education (CLE) courses for lawyers focusing on poverty law. These MCLE approved seminars are offered several times per year. If you are interested in helping low-income people in Southern Missouri you may sign-up to join the pro bono and/or judicare panels by attending one of our CLE's. LSSM also provides training for domestic violence advocates, social workers, law enforcement and other professionals working with low-income families and the elderly.
Consumer Law & Social Media Ethics Tuesday June 25, 2013
LSSM is sponsoring a "Consumer Law & Social Media Ethics" CLE on Tuesday, June 25, 2013, from 1:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. The seminar will be presented live at LSSM's Headquarters, 809 North Campbell Avenue, Springfield, Missouri, and presented via video conferencing at LSSM's offices in Cape Girardeau, Charleston, Rolla and West Plains.
1:00 p.m. Registration
1:30 p.m. ADR as an Effective Tool in Your Practice
The Honorable J. Miles Sweeney
2:30 p.m. Representing the Consumer Law Client
Summer Masterson, Staff Attorney, LSSM
3:30 p.m. Social Media and Technology: Ethical Concerns for Attorneys
Andrea Long, Staff Attorney, LSSM
The CLE is offered free to LSSM Pro Bono and Judicare Panel Members. Registration is required. You may register on line by clicking the "register now" button below; or by contacting Sharon Alexander at 417.881.1397, ext. 1327 or by fax 417.881.2159; or email firstname.lastname@example.org
3 hours MCLE, including 1 hour ethics credit pending.Register Now