Have you ever noticed a lot of the same speakers’ names on CLE announcements and wondered how you get on the right people’s “list”? Are you intimidated by the technical requirements for obtaining CLE accreditation for a presentation? Do you have a great idea for a CLE but are worried about putting on the same old PowerPoint simply reviewing case law? Would you like to see a more diverse group of CLE presenters and other speakers, and maybe even become part of making that happen?
Join the OWLS Leadership Committee for a lively panel presentation facilitated by Multnomah County Circuit Court Judge Adrienne Nelson, a dynamic and accomplished speaker. This session will cover everything from how to get invited to speak (or invite yourself!) to ideas for creating engaging and authentic presentations that will have your attendees talking. Panelists are Portland attorney Rima Ghandour of Ghandour Law LLC, who has presented at both the local and national levels, adult learning expert Kristen Gallagher of Edify Education Design, and Denise Cline, Oregon State Bar MCLE Program Manager, who will provide both an overview of the current CLE accreditation process and a preview of changes coming down the pipeline.
The University of Oregon School of Law Portland Program is generously providing the space for this event at the White Stag Building, 70 NW Couch Street, Room 242. The panel discussion will take place from 4:30 to 6:00. It will be followed immediately by a social hour from 6:00 to 7:00 pm, with the opportunity to ask questions in a more relaxed setting and to mingle with your colleagues.
Whether you are a newer attorney hoping to make a name for yourself, an attorney with some experience interested in taking your career to the next level with speaking engagements, or a seasoned professional looking to firmly establish yourself as an expert, this presentation is for you!
The early-bird price is $10. Save $5 by registering no later than Tuesday, October 25. After that the cost is $15. Space is limited so please register early. Registration is transferrable but not refundable. This program is not accredited for MCLE.
Thank you to our generous sponsors:
Caress Law PC