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Premier Networking Reception | AceBounce
Sponsored by: Skarzynski Marick & Black LLP, Messner Reeves LLP
Date: Thursday, March 9 from 6:00–8:00 p.m.
Pricing: Free when you register for the seminar (guest tickets are $100 each, available at checkout. A limited number of guest tickets may be available on site for $125 each)
Location: AceBounce, 230 N Clark St., Chicago, IL
Join the Medical Liability and Health Care Law & Insurance Coverage and Claims Institute to reconnect with your DRI friends at Chicago’s AceBounce, sponsored by Skarzynski Marick & Black LLP and Messner Reeves LLP. Less than a mile from the seminar hotel, bounce on over to enjoy light appetizers and adult beverages while showing off your paddle skills. AceBounce is the perfect spot for a night of laughter and fun around a table.
Headquarters Hotel Information
A limited number of discounted hotel rooms have been made available at the Fairmont Chicago Millennium Park, 200 North Columbus Drive, Chicago, IL 60601. Take advantage of the group rate of $159.00 Single/Double in one of two ways:
The hotel block is limited and rooms and rates are available on a first-come, first-served basis. You must make reservations by February 7, 2023, to be eligible for the hotel’s group rate. Requests for reservations made after February 7, 2023, are subject to room and rate availability.
Earn up to 7.00 hours of continuing legal education hours, including one (1) hour of ethics credit from this seminar.
Medical Liability and Health Care Law CLE by State
DRI's Medical Liability and Health Care Law Seminar is proudly sponsored by:
If you would like to contact DRI about seminar sponsorship opportunities, including pricing, or to reserve a spot, please go to Advertising and Sponsorship.
DRI Cares and the Medical Liability Committee is proud to work with Open Books at this year’s seminar. Open Books provides literacy experiences for tens of thousands of readers each year through inspiring programs and the sale of donated books.
This year’s project will be a virtual book drive – Gift of Books – that will provide high-quality and culturally-relevant books to amplify the importance of literacy and reading across Chicago. Through the Gift of Books program, The Open Books team is able to curate classroom and whole-school libraries with books that better reflect the communities they partner with so that all readers can see themselves and their cultures in the stories they read. As youth read and discuss books with more representative characters, research shows that they are more likely to see increased academic achievement and reader engagement.
There are two ways to participate in the book drive: (1) select specific titles you would like to donate; or (2) make a general donation ($3/book) and Open Books will order popular titles that Chicago youth will love.
NEW in 2023 – Four Additional On-Demand Programs Included With Every Seminar!
CLE Credit will be sought from every state requiring CLE hours in elimination of bias/diversity and inclusion, ethics, substance abuse/mental health, and law practice management. The CLE grid will provide updated information concerning hours that have been approved by each jurisdiction and for which credits. For states not requiring these special credits, general education credits will be sought. Access to these on-demand programs will expire 30 days after the seminar ends.
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Diversity/Elimination of Bias in the Profession
Invisible or Mixed-Visible Diversity – Combatting Bias
Often diversity programs and initiatives are focused on visible traits such as gender or race, but bias exists related to sexual orientation, gender identity, and some disabilities that are not readily visible to the eye. This panel will discuss how to address these biases and to create an environment where those with invisible or mixed-visible diversity can operate at the highest level.
Stacy Douglas, Everett Dorey LLP, Irvine, CA
Law Practice Management Credit
Gary Howard, Bradley, Birmingham, AL
Ronna Kinsella, Glassman Wyatt Tuttle & Cox PC, Memphis, TN
Succession Planning: Failing to Plan Is a Plan to Fail
Succession planning is considered one of the most pressing issues facing not only law firms but also clients. Senior partners are working into their golden years and can sometimes be reluctant to engage in a succession plan, but clients want to know that there is a plan for the transition of their work without interruption. Join us to learn:
- the importance of succession planning for the benefit both the law firm and its clients;
- how succession planning impacts retention and continuity of the firm and client relationships;
- how to approach the subject with senior attorneys; and
- strategies for implementing a successful succession plan.
Marie E. Chafe, Conn Kavanaugh, Boston, MA
Matthew Cairns, Textron Inc., Providence, RI
Elizabeth M. Brotten, Foley & Mansfield PLLP, Minneapolis, MN
Meade Hartfield, Bradley Arant, Birmingham, AL
Technology, Ethics & Remote Work: What You Need to Know Now
The Rules of Professional Conduct regarding competence and diligence require all lawyers to keep abreast of changes in technology. This webinar will provide you with tips and information on new issues related to technology and the practice of law, including the challenges of the remote work environment. You will learn the ethics and professionalism considerations when using technology in your practice and your ethical duties when it comes to “keeping abreast of changes” in technology.
Amber Garcia, Deutsch Kerrigan LLP, New Orleans, LA
Mental Health & Attorney Wellness
Alyssa Johnson, Barron & Newberger PC, Milwaukee, WI
Clare Roubion, Louisiana Legal Ethics, LLC, Lafayette, LA
Lessons for Lawyers from the Science of Well-Being
This presentation will focus on the practical steps that we can take as individuals to improve well-being, drawing on recent research from cognitive science and beginning with the preface that happiness can be learned and applied. Specifically, we will provide an evidence-based arsenal of practical tools that lawyers can apply in their own lives to improve their well-being.
Emma Ross, Goldman Ismail Tomaselli Brennan & Baum, Chicago, IL
Shayna Cook, Goldman Ismail Tomaselli Brennan & Baum, Chicago, IL