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Safely surfing and protecting legal information

Technology has brought data storage a long way from putting papers in a folder and locking them in a file cabinet. Not only is there much more information to store today, but so many different places to put it and ...

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Human trafficking CLE planned

A continuing legal education course on “Spotting Human Trafficking in Your Law Practice,” will be presented from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Bar Association of Erie County, 438 Main St., Sixth Floor, Buffalo. The program is presented by ...

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The road to becoming a judge is not an easy one

It takes more than a law degree and a cool black robe to be a judge. The road will vary depending on what type of judgeship one pursues, but “Everything You Need to Know about Becoming a Judge,” filled in ...

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MCBA to offer commercial litigation CLE

Practical advice and strategies for winning commercial cases in the New York state courts is the focus of a continuing legal education program being offered April 25 by the Monroe County Bar Association Center for Education. The program, “Advice From ...

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App roundup: CLE, jury selection and more

Here’s a closer look at some new apps targeted at attorneys: JuryStar Jury selection is a popular subject matter for apps and based on feedback from litigators, JuryStar has released the second iteration of its app. The app features rows ...

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Criminal defenders present ‘Cross to Kill’ CLE

An all-star lineup of national and international criminal defense lawyers will focus on the cross-examination aspect of criminal trials in an all-day program, presented Friday for the first time in Western New York. Buffalo attorneys Timothy W. Hoover and James ...

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MCBA sponsors IP speaker

A program on “Patent Cooperation Treaty & Applications Conference” will be presented Monday at the Rubin Center for Education at the Monroe County Bar Association, 1 W. Main St. The event will get under way with breakfast and registration at ...

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