Past CLE Programs
Introduction to Will Drafting and Advance Directives: A Medical - Legal Perspective
The Allegheny County Bar Foundation Pro Bono Center and the School of Law partnered to provide volunteer attorneys with the skills, knowledge, and tools needed to prepare simple Pennsylvania wills and Powers of Attorney for clients with low incomes who qualify for free legal services. Participants also heard from an interdisciplinary panel of medical and legal experts who offered a collaborative approach to decision making about end-of-life care.
Women's Energy Network Greater Pittsburgh Chapter Inaugural Educational Conference in Partnership with Duquesne University School of Law
This daylong conference featured presentations by women working within the industry. They discussed their experiences in environmental permitting and regulation, asset purchasing and leasing, asset development and title issues and midstream and pipelines. The women are all leaders in their field of expertise and provided attendees with a glimpse into operations in the Appalachian region. Keynote speaker Stacey Olson, President of Chevron Appalachia, LLC, Chevron North America Exploration and Production shared her experiences and insights about opportunities and challenges in the industry.
Alzheimer's/Dementia-Related Cognitive Impairment in the Law Firm Setting: Raising Awareness and Reviewing Options
Abraham Lincoln, The Lawyer
Compliance in a Post GDPR World: The Global Trend of Stricter Data Privacy and How that is Impacting Companies
The Pennsylvania Constitution at 50
Quelling the Silver Tsunami: Compassionate Release of Elderly Offenders
Pittsburgh Baseball Drug Trials: A Look Back to 1985
Litigating Innocence: The Pennsylvania Innocence Project
Shifting Tides: Contemporary Issues in American, English, and European Law
The Prohibition Era and Policing: A Legacy of Misregulation