CLE-CPE INFORMATION AND FINAL MATERIALS FOR THE 5TH AND 10TH CIRCUIT CONFERENCE

Friday, July 29, 2022

THIS IS FAMILY FEUD!

The Fifth Circuit Family Versus The Tenth Circuit Family

(And other games people play!)

Sponsored by the 5th and 10th Circuits

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CLE INSTRUCTIONS

All CLE and CPE attendance reporting is now handled electronically. Please click here to access the online reporting form.  This is what we will use to report your attendance and maintain attendance records, so completing this form is essential! 

Click here for a state-by-state listing of CLE approvals. (Many states require attorneys to self-report, and that listing will remind you of those states, as well as the credits approved for this program.)

Click here for a fillable CLE Certificate of Attendance. You may use this to report your attendance in self-reporting states, and to keep for your records.

CPE INSTRUCTIONS:

All CPE attendance reporting is now handled electronically. Please click here to access the online reporting form.  This is what we will use to record your attendance and maintain attendance records, so completing this form is essential!  You will receive your CPE Certificate of Attendance after filling out the online form linked above

We are accredited providers of CPE through NASBA. Below you will find the required administrative policies per our NASBA license.

If you have any questions about your CLE or CPE credits, please email Jenny Cudahy at jcudahy@amercol.org.

CONFERENCE MATERIALS:

Panel 1: Wait, Wait, Don't Disbar Me!

Panel 2: Name that Tune final PowerPoint

Panel 2: Name That Tune-Almost Everything We Learned About Pleasing Bankruptcy Judges 

Panel 2: Name That Tune-Court Initiated Sanctions in Bankruptcy Opinions 

Panel 2: Name That Tune-Debtor's Counsel Fiduciary Duty

Panel 2: Name That Tune-Ten Commandments for Bankruptcy Practitioners

Panel 2: Name That Tune- Virtuous Billing

Panel 3: What's My Line? Compiled Cases (1)

Panel 3: What's My Line?  Compiled Cases (2)

Panel 4: Family Feud- Circuit Splits

Panel 4: Family Feud- Circuit Splits Final PowerPoint

Panel 5: Press Your Luck- Top Ten Ethics Traps

Panel 5: Press Your Luck Final PowerPoint

Panel 5: Press Your Luck- Ethical Risks in Social Media