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This program addresses the structure of the IRS as well as its many roles and responsibilities.

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This program addresses the subprime mortgage lending crisis. It looks at how to defend clients from foreclosure in court as well as how to help clients pursue alternatives to foreclosure.

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This program addresses the ways in which courts can address the issues of schools’ “get tough” approach through screening of referrals. It looks at the harmful effects of zero tolerance policies and why they deserve judicial attention. The presenters show, absent major legislative change, how the juvenile judge is crucial in system reform that can ameliorate these harmful effects.

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This program addresses what happens when discovery does not proceed properly.

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The ABCs of IRS Audits, Appeals and Settlements
Tax Law
1 Credits
Foreclosure Defense: How Wall Street Messed up and What You Can Do about It
Bankruptcy Law
1 Credits
When Did Making Adults Mad Become a Crime? The Role of the Bench and Bar ...
Criminal Law
1 Credits
Discovery Gone Bad
Trial & Litigation
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Under Supreme Court Rule 3, attorneys are responsible for completing a minimum of 12.5 hours of continuing legal education each year. To meet this requirement, at least 2.0 of the 12.5 hours must be earned for the completion of programs focused in the area of ethics and professional responsibility. The educational year during which the hours must be completed runs from July 1st through the following June 30th.

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