Upcoming DRI Webinars

DRI webinars provide live and recorded online training hosted by industry experts to keep you up-to-date on regulatory issues and pivotal litigation topics. Sharpen your skills and boost your practice as you earn continuing legal education (CLE)* by investing in yourself through a wide range of webinars.

In 2024, DRI members receive FREE access to nine valuable webinars on trending topics that will impact your practice.

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*In some states that charge late CLE submission fees, there will be a $100 late fee to report CLE credits submitted more than 30 days after a seminar/virtual event. See CLE Late Fees for more details.


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    Sponsored by Evidence Solutions Inc.

    ESI’s human factors and trucking experts will discuss fatigue and drowsy driving in the trucking industry. Trucking topics include hours of service regulations (HOS) and trucking company responsibilities for preventing fatigue. Human factors topics include the science of fatigue and sleep deprivation, HOS violations vs. the science of fatigue, and human factors methods for investigating fatigue-related collisions. The experts will use defense case examples throughout the presentation to demonstrate the relevance of both trucking and human factors expertise in drowsy trucking cases.

    This webinar is free for DRI members and non-members.

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    Becoming culturally competent is a critical skill for litigators, but what does that mean and how do you do it? Dictionary.com defines cultural competence as the ability to effectively interact with people from cultures different from one’s own, especially through a knowledge and appreciation of cultural differences.

    Join us as we discuss what cultural competence means for today’s practitioner, regardless of practice area, including the importance of building trust and enhancing our communications across cultural lines. We will discuss the key components of cultural competence including reviewing our own implicit biases. And finally, we will discuss practical strategies you can use in your practice and day-to-day life for developing cultural competency using real life case examples, best practices for legal teams and more.

    Registration is free for DRI members only.

    NEW! Exclusive DRI Member Benefit: Free Webinar Registration

    DRI is excited to provide members with FREE access to several valuable webinars like this one! Earn up to 8 hours of CLE credit this year at no additional cost to you–that's a savings of $1,350 for being a DRI member! From conspiracyism to succession planning, we are covering a host of hot topics this year to help you expand your knowledge and build your legal practice. Learn more here!

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    This program will provide attendees with a step-by-step guide for removing a case from a state court to a federal district court. Attendees will be provided with a mock case for consideration, along with a checklist that covers the situations that make a case removable, the relevant deadlines impacting removal, and the steps that must be completed to effectively remove a case to federal court. After the lecture, attendees will have the opportunity to discuss the “how, why, and when” of removing a case to federal court in small groups.

    The registration is $75 for DRI members and $100 for non-members.

    Save 25% when you purchase the "A Young Lawyer's Guide to Handling A Case" series. Learn more.

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    This program will provide attendees with all prior case materials, along with some specifics on a corporate witness to “prepare” for testimony. After the lecture, attendees will have the opportunity to discuss corporate witness preparation in small breakout groups.

    The registration is $75 for DRI members and $100 for non-members.

    Save 25% when you purchase the "A Young Lawyer's Guide to Handling A Case" series. Learn more.

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    This program will provide attendees with the prior case materials, along with select rules from CPR, AAA and other arbitration processes.  The program will provide discussion what makes arbitration different from trial, and how young lawyers in particular can have an expanded role in Arbitration (per the rules, themselves). After the lecture, attendees will have the opportunity to discuss what it’s like taking an arbitration from start to finish, and ask questions of fellow young lawyers who have done so.

    The registration is $75 for DRI members and $100 for non-members.

    Save 25% when you purchase the "A Young Lawyer's Guide to Handling A Case" series. Learn more.