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Family & Civil 40-Hour Mediation Courses Dates Announced!

Family & Civil 40-hour mediation courses provide an excellent learning environment with practical experience in mediation. Each program has a professional & informative approach to the psychological, legal and business aspects of mediation. These courses provide the 40-hour instruction certified as appropriate for mediation training by the Indiana Commission for Continuing Legal Education under the Indiana Trial Rule – ADR.

The Family to Civil Crossover Training provides 16 crossover hours as well as 9 CLE hours and 3 Ethics hours and is designed for those that have already attended and completed an earlier Family Mediation Training session and now wish to complete the Civil Mediation Training.

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FACULTY:

W. Douglas Lemon
Attorney at Law – Mediator
MINER & LEMON LLP, Warsaw

Hon. Terry C. Shewmaker
Judge, Elkhart County Circuit Court, IN (Retired)

Joy L. Colwell
Attorney at Law – Mediator, Lake County

Caroline Gilchrist
Attorney at Law – Mediator
Baker & Gilchrist LLC, Avon & Indianapolis

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SEMINARS & DATES:

FAMILY MEDIATION TRAINING
February 14-18, 2018 – 24 CLE / 6 E (40 Family Med. Hours)
Limited to 42 participants!
LIVE IN-PERSON ONLY! – ICLEF Conference Facility
230 E. Ohio St., 5th Floor, Indianapolis, IN 46204

 

CIVIL MEDIATION TRAINING
June 20-24, 2018 – 24 CLE / 6 E (40 Civil Med. Hours)
Limited to 42 participants!
LIVE IN-PERSON ONLY! – ICLEF Conference Facility
230 E. Ohio St., 5th Floor, Indianapolis, IN 46204

 

FAMILY TO CIVIL MEDIATION TRAINING
June 20-22, 2018 – 9 CLE / 3 E (16 Med. Crossover Hours)
Limited to 6 participants!
LIVE IN-PERSON ONLY! – ICLEF Conference Facility
230 E. Ohio St., 5th Floor, Indianapolis, IN 46204

ICLEF • Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum, Indianapolis, IN

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21st Annual TASC – Trial Advocacy Skills College – Mar. 15-18

THE PROGRAM: TRIAL CAMP
Lawyers who attend this powerful training develop trial skills by practicing under the guidance of some of Indiana`s most experienced lawyers and judges in a simulated, friendly courtroom environment. This program is designed to develop the basic trial advocacy skills for lawyers with limited litigation experience while providing experienced trial lawyers an opportunity to sharpen their skills. The teaching method also uses faculty demonstrations and videotaped critique of each participant`s performance. Participants will need to spend time reviewing the fact pattern and working the case information that is used daily. Both faculty and participants will prepare as they would for trial. To Register for the 2018 TASC, Click Here.

THE EXPERIENCE OF TASC:
While much work is required, the atmosphere is most enjoyable and provides the perfect setting for learning trial skills. Attendees will be introduced to a mix of hands-on, learn-by-doing exercises and lectures to improve trial advocacy in the areas of:

Case Analysis & Communication Skills
 Jury Selection
Opening Statements
Direct & Cross Examination
Examining Expert Witnesses
Evidence
Exhibits & Demonstrative Evidence
Impeachment & Rehabilitation
Closing Arguments
Professional Responsibility (Ethics)

LOCATION & DATE:
March 15-18, 2018 – 28 CLE / 3 E
Live In-Person Only! Robert H. McKinney School of Law, Indianapolis, IN 46202

SCHEDULE:
Thursday, March 15, 2018
7:30 A.M.    Registration in Lobby
8:00 A.M.   Orientation
8:30 A.M.   Skills: Case Analysis, Theme Development, Voir Dire & Opening Statements
5:30 P.M.   Adjourn Day 1

Friday, March 16, 2018
8:30 A.M.   Skills: Introduce Evidence, Direct & Cross Examinations
5:15 P.M.    Adjourn Day 2

Saturday, March 17, 2018
8:30 A.M.    Skills: Direct & Cross Expert Witnesses
5:00 P.M.    Adjourn Day 3

Sunday, March 18, 2018
8:30 A.M.   Skills: Finish Direct & Cross, Refresh Recollection & Impeachment, Final Argument
4:30 P.M.   Program Concludes

FACULTY:
TASC PROGRAM DIRECTORS:

  • Hon. Melissa S. May, Indiana Court of Appeals, Indianapolis, IN
  • Hon. Robert R. Altice, Jr., Indiana Court of Appeals, Indianapolis, IN
  • F. Anthony Paganelli, Paganelli Law Group, Indianapolis, IN
  • Hon. Jane S. Craney, Morgan Superior Court #3, Martinsville, IN

TASC FACULTY MEMBERS:

  • Hon. Patrick J. Dietrick, Marion County Superior Court Civil Div. 12, Indianapolis, IN
  • Hon. Frances C. Gull, Allen Superior Court, Felony Division, Fort Wayne, IN
  • Hon. Lance D. Hamner, Johnson Superior Court #3, Franklin, IN
  • Hon. Grant W. Hawkins, Marion Superior Court, Criminal 5, Indianapolis, IN
  • James H. Austen, Starr Austen & Miller, LLP, Logansport, IN
  • Michael P. Bishop, Cohen Garelick & Glazier, Indianapolis, IN
  • Stephanie L. Cassman, Wagner Reese, LLP, Carmel, IN
  • Robert B. Clemens, Bose McKinney & Evans LLP, Hilton Head Island, SC
  • Robert R. Cline, Chief Deputy Prosecutor, Morgan County Prosecutor’s Office, Martinsville, IN
  • Jessie A. Cook, Law Office of Jessie A. Cook, Terre Haute, IN
  • Stefanie R. Crawford, Crawford Law LLC, Indianapolis
  • Steven M. Crell, Cohen Garelick & Glazier, Indianapolis
  • Ryan O. Farner, Metzger Rosta LLP, Noblesville, IN
  • James B. Glennon, Foran Glennon Palandech Ponzi & Rudloff PC, Chicago, IL
  • Lynnette Gray, Johnson & Gray, Franklin, IN
  • Sarah Graziano, Hensley Legal Group, PC, Indianapolis, IN
  • Betsy K. Greene, Greene & Schultz Trial Lawyers, Bloomington, IN
  • Too Keller, Keller Macaluso LLC, Carmel, IN
  • William H. Kelley, Kelley & Belcher, Bloomington, IN
  • Larry A. Landis, Indiana Public Defender Council, Indianapolis, IN
  • Kathy A. Lee, Cline Farrell Christie & Lee, PC, Indianapolis, IN
  • Mark A. Metzger, Metzger Rosta LLP, Noblesville, IN
  • Tammy J. Meyer, Metzger Rosta LLP, Noblesville, IN
  • Dane A. Mize, Skiles DeTrude, Indianapolis, IN
  • Stephen A. Oliver, Boren, Oliver & Coffey, LLP, Martinsville, IN
  • Mark W. Rutherford, Thrasher Buschmann & Voelkel, P.C., Indianapolis, IN
  • Richard K. Shoultz, Lewis Wagner, LLP, Indianapolis, IN
  • Ralph W. Staples, Jr., Law Offices of Ralph W. Staples, Jr., LTD, Indianapolis, IN
  • Dr. Dennis P. Stolle, ThemeVision LLC & Barnes & Thornburg LLP, Indianapolis, IN
  • Teresa L. Todd, Attorney / Mediator, Indianapolis, IN
  • Robert F. Wagner, Lewis Wagner, LLP, Indianapolis, IN
  • L. Alan (Skip) Whaley, Ice Miller LLP, Indianapolis, IN

TASC EXPERT WITNESSES:

  • Dr. Robert A. Czarkowski, M.D., Orthopedic Surgeon, St. Vincent Sports Medicine, Carmel, IN
  • Dr. Van Evanoff, Jr., MD, Brownsburg, IN
  • Dr. David M. Ratzman, M.D., Anesthesia Pain Consultants of Indiana, Indianapolis, IN
  • William E. Dickinson, Wolf Technical Services, Inc., Indianapolis, IN
  • Michael S. Harkness, Wolf Technical Services, Inc., Indianapolis, IN
  • Kevin T. Johnson, Crash Consulting Services, LLC
  • Stuart B. Nightenhelser, Wolf Technical Services, Inc., Indianapolis, IN

TASC SCHOLARSHIP:
We are pleased to announce that a limited number of partial scholarships are available for attorneys with a financial hardship. Financial support is provided through the generosity of the ICLEF Scholarship Fund, the American Board of Trial Advocates and Ms. Jessie A. Cook. Scholarships are awarded based on financial need, and some preference is given to lawyers with zero to five years experience.

WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING!
“This was by far the best seminar I have ever attended! The entire program was excellent. Everything was effective.”

“I don’t know that it could have gotten any better. PRICELESS EXPERIENCE!”

“Thanks for changing my life.”

“Course was excellent & the standards are high! Most HIGHLY recommend this course!”

To Register for the 2018 TASC, Click Here.

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FAQ’s:
Q: I purchased my ICLEF PASS+ in March, does it expire in December?
A: Yes. Your ICLEF PASS+ expires at 11:59 P.M., December 31, 2018. So, be sure to take full advantage of ICLEF’s programming throughout the calendar year.

Q: My ICLEF PASS+ is expiring, and I wish to register for a seminar after 11:59 P.M., December 31, 2018. Will you allow me to register?
A: Once your ICLEF PASS+ expires you must either purchase a new pass or pay the regular tuition to register for a program that is taking place after 11:59 P.M., December 31, 2018

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A: Once you have purchased the ICLEF PASS+, you may attend an unlimited number of programs and ICLEF hopes you take advantage of our quality and relevant CLE. This includes ALL ICLEF Live In-Person Seminars, ALL ICLEF Live Group Webcast Seminars & ALL ICLEF Video Replay Seminars (note exclusions listed in the Terms & Exclusions). We simply ask that you pre-register for each Live seminar that you wish to attend.

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A very small number of our programs are excluded from the ICLEF Pass+. Those include: 40-Hour Mediation Training Courses (Family, Civil & Crossover), Annual Elder Law Institute, Bankruptcy Advocacy Training, ICLEF Out-of-Country Trip and CLE program, ICLEF Trial Advocacy Skills College (TASC) & Indiana Law Update (Video Replays of Indiana Law Update are included in the PASS+). Keep in mind you have access to over 80 Live & Group Webcast Seminars and over 500 Video Replays.

The ICLEF PASS+ expires on 11:59 P.M. December 31, 2018.

All ICLEF Seminars are “Limited Seating” events. ICLEF PASS+ holders must pre-register to ensure a seat at the program. ICLEF Pass+ holders may only walk-in to an event on a space available basis.

Passes may not be transferred to another person, nor will refunds be given for a pass once purchased.

 

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Year-End CLE Opportunities!

Planning Your First Criminal Defense Case
6 CLE / 6 New Lawyer Credits

Video Replay Seminar
– Indianapolis – Dec. 26

On Demand Seminar

 

All Day Ethics
up to 8 CLE / 8 E – Friday, December 29; 9:00 A.M. – 5:00 P.M.

In-Person Only Video Replay Seminar
– ICLEF Conference Facility, Indianapolis, IN

 


2017 Year In Review
12 CLE / 1.5 E

Video Replay Seminars
– Merrillville – Dec. 27-28
– Nappanee – Dec. 28-29
– Jeffersonville – Dec. 28-29
– Bloomington – Dec. 28-29
– Muncie – Dec. 28-29

 On Demand Seminars
 – Day 1 (6 CLE / 1.5 E)
 – Day 2 (6 CLE)

 

39th Indiana Law Update 2017
12 CLE / 1 E

Video Replay Seminars
– Princeton – Dec. 28-29
– Vincennes – Dec. 28-29

On Demand Seminars
– Day 1 (6 CLE / 1 E)
– Day 2 (6 CLE)

 

2017 Elder Law Institute
12 CLE / 2.5 E

Video Replay Seminars
– Indianapolis – Dec. 27-28
– Santa Claus – Dec. 27-28
– Fort Wayne – Dec. 28-29

On Demand Seminars
– Day 1 (6 CLE / 1 E)
– Day 2 (6 CLE )

 

The Latest Developments in Indiana Gun Law
3 CLE 

Video Replay Seminars
– Indianapolis – Dec. 22
– Merrillville – Dec. 29

 

Vignettes of Legal Ethics 2017
3 CLE / 3 E

Video Replay Seminar
– Merrillville – Dec. 29

On Demand Seminar

 

2017 Worker’s Compensation Institute
6 CLE / 1 E

Video Replay Seminar
– Chicago – Dec. 29

On Demand Seminar

 

Want to watch from home? Click here for a full list of On Demand Seminars!

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