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The Inspired Lawyer Live Seminar

11/17/2017 Denver, CO  Search for upcoming webinar dates DVD On Demand Video Video MP4 Download Audio CD 8.00 hrs:
Ethics: 4.00
 
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The Inspired Lawyer Live Seminar

12/01/2017 Philadelphia, PA  Search for upcoming webinar dates DVD On Demand Video Video MP4 Download Audio CD 6.00 hrs:
Ethics: 1.00
 
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Dimwits, Ramblers and Jerks Live Seminar

12/08/2017 New Orleans, LA  Search for upcoming webinar dates On Demand Video Video MP4 Download Audio CD DVD 3.50 hrs:
Professionalism: 2.50
Ethics: 1.00
 
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How to Influence Anyone Live Seminar

12/08/2017 New Orleans, LA  Search for upcoming webinar dates 3.50 hrs:
Ethics: 1.00
 
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The Inspired Lawyer Live Seminar

12/14/2017 Albuquerque, NM  Search for upcoming webinar dates DVD On Demand Video Video MP4 Download Audio CD 6.00 hrs:
Ethics/Professionalism: 2.00
 
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"Fantastic class. Definite eye opener."
Adam Tamas,
Attorney, DST Systems



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Christopher Kennedy,
Baker Botts



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Godin & Baity



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John Hammond,
Ice Miller, LLP



"This was one of the best CLEs I have ever attended in 20+ years of practice. The substantive content was meaningful and can be applied immediately to both legal and personal interactions. A refreshing change from the "norm" of presenters reading their PowerPoint slides."
Lois Eisenstein,
Attorney, University of Arizona