MCLE Class List

August Series

Title: Brown Bag Series: Microsoft® OUTLOOK Taming Your Inbox
Date:8/20/2018
Start Time: 11:30 AM
Duration: 1 hrs
MCLE Credit: 0
Registration Fee:$20.00

Instructor: Cheri Boyer
Do you dread opening your email, because you are overwhelmed with more email than you know what to do with? In this final MS Word class of the brown bag series, we will be demonstrating how to create rules, alerts and quick steps. You will learn how to reroute emails regarding specific projects to folders, categories, and users that are related to them. How to automatically handle emails with responses, printing, or triggered events. Use an ‘Undo Send’ feature with one quick trick. Respond to and build action items from emails that need your interaction. Filing and organizing emails with a single click. The instructor, Cheri Boyer, will demonstrate how you can get control of your email.

Title: REGULATORY RESEARCH USING HEINONLINE
Date:8/22/2018
Start Time: 12:30 PM
Duration: 1 hrs
MCLE Credit: 1
Registration Fee:$30.00

Instructor: SCPLL Law Librarians
This class will cover tips and best practices for using HeinOnline’s Federal Register and Code of Federal Regulations databases to conduct regulatory research. In addition to examining techniques for constructing effective and efficient searches, the class will feature demonstrations of HeinOnline’s database features using regulatory research issues.

September Series

Title: California Administrative Law: Part 1- Demystifying the Regulatory Process
Date:9/14/2018
Start Time: 2:00 PM
Duration: 2 hrs
MCLE Credit: 2
Registration Fee:$55.00

Instructor: Heather Cline Hoganson
In this basics course Heather Cline Hoganson, a 20-year state of California attorney, will cover California’s Administrative Procedures Act, Regulations. Participants will come away with answers to these questions:
• What is the Administrative Procedure Act?
• What is a regulation and where does it fit in the category of things called “law?”
• Where do I find regulations and why does “Title 24” seem to be missing?
• What the heck is “promulgating regulations” and how does an agency do that?
• What does “notice and comment” mean?
• Why isn’t a disapproval the end of the world?
• How can agencies use “precedential decisions” instead of rulemaking?
• What is “authority” and how can I get some?
• What is an “emergency regulation” and how can I get one?
• What is an “underground regulation” and what happens if I get called on it?

Title: Techniques for Short, Clear and Organized Legal Writing
Date:9/19/2018
Start Time: 9:30 AM
Duration: 2 hrs
MCLE Credit: 2
Registration Fee:$55.00

Instructor: J. Angelo DeSantis
In the legal profession, no one wants to read what we write. While what we write may be important, it is not popular fiction; motions are not read for pleasure. This presentation will cover how to fix word wasting habits that needlessly lengthen your writing and how to develop sentence and paragraph construction techniques that improve readability in your legal documents.

Title: Presenting Electronic Data as Evidence
Date: 9/19/2018
Start Time: 2:00 PM
Duration: 2 hrs
MCLE Credit: 2
Registration Fee:$55.00

Instructor: Don Vilfer
Learn from the experts on how to deal with ever-present digital evidence from beginning to end in your case. Data is relevant in almost every matter and attorneys often struggle with how to review and present the data as evidence. In this class, you will learn tools on how to collect and review data and how to present that data to your audience. We will cover each step of presentation of data, including review with a client, discovery to opposing counsel and presentation at trial. Don Vilfer, Director of Digital Forensics and Greg Nelson, Director of eDiscovery, both partners at VAND Group, will share what they have learned from their combined over 50 years of experience dealing with electronic evidence.

Title: Basics of Terminating Residential Tenancies-The Perspective of a Landlord Attorney
Date:9/21/2018
Start Time: 1:00 PM
Duration: 3 hrs
MCLE Credit: 3
Registration Fee:$65.00

Instructor: Gary Link
This presentation by Gary Link will cover the many details and information needed by the Landlord’s attorney to properly process termination of a residential tenancy, beginning with the initial client interview, and continuing through the Sheriff lockout and beyond. Mr. Link will provide an abundance of information on the initiation, enforcement and completion of the termination of tenancy process.

Title: California Administrative Law: Part 2- Rulemaking Nuts & Bolts
Date:9/28/2018
Start Time: 2:00 PM
Duration: 2 hrs
MCLE Credit: 2
Registration Fee:$55.00

Instructor: Heather Cline Hoganson
Rulemaking Nuts and Bolts for the Non-Mechanic: Some practical pointers for developing (or amending) regulations under California’s Administrative Procedure Act.
In this secondary level course Heather Cline Hoganson, a 20-year State of California attorney, will cover the steps on how to put together a regulatory package.