Past CLE

In Association with UPMC Passavant Hospital:
#respond2reality: The Impacts of Social Media on Mental Health and Domestic Violence
Friday, September 16, 2022
8:00 am - 1:00 pm
4.5 CLE Credits - 3 Substantive and 1.5 Ethics
FREE
Hybrid Program
700 Cumberland Woods Dr
Allison Park, PA 15101

Social Isolation has been a norm for the past two years resulting in the increasing needs to use digital platforms as a means of communication. Our youth and young adults have had an increase in mental health issues as well as a rise in domestic violence because of being socially isolated. This program is intended to enlighten the participants of different media platforms that may not be safe and encourage communication with specialists, parents or caregivers in providing tools for prevention and knowledge for assistance with any mental health issues or domestic violence situations.

The New Supreme Court Cases: Duquesne Law Faculty Explains
Friday, September 30
12:00-3:00 PM
3 CLE Credits: 2 Constitutional Law and 1 Ethics
Cost: $120 in Advance (DLAA member discount applicable)
Virtual

Several members of Duquesne Law's Faculty will explain the recent Supreme Court cases and provide a preview of a major case the court will be hearing in the fall. Additionally, the panelists will address legal and judicial ethics in a one-hour presentation entitled "Promoting Public Confidence in the Court." During this presentation, the panelists will also discuss the implications of the Court's recent decisions.

In Association with Keep Our Republic: Moore v. Harper, the Independent State Legislature Theory, and the 12th Amendment to the Constitution
Saturday, October 8
10:00 AM -12:00 PM
2 CLE Credits: Constitutional Law
Cost: $25 in Advance (DLAA member discount NOT applicable)
Virtual

Join us for a discussion of the Supreme Court's consideration of Moore v. Harper, the independent state legislature theory, and the 12th Amendment to the Constitution and the Electoral Count Act of 1887. Our speakers include Duquesne Law Professor Wilson Huhn and Jonathan Winer, member of the Advisory Council of Keep Our Republic.

In Association with Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers of Pennsylvania:
Mental Health IS Health
Monday, October 10, Law School Mental Health Day
12:00-1:00 PM
1 CLE Credit: Ethics
FREE
Virtual

 More information coming soon!