e.Bulletin for November 2012
MESSAGE FROM PRESIDENT LORI NELSON
Please make plans to join us at the Fall Forum the evening of Thursday, November 8th, and all day Friday, the 9th, at the Little America Hotel. On Thursday evening, Ellyn S. Rosen, Counsel to the ABA Standing Committee on Professional Discipline will speak on Ethics 20/20 and the likely changes to the model rules. Professor Jeffrey J. Rachlinski will be our keynote speaker on Friday speaking on implicit bias. Professor Rachlinski holds a B.A. and an M.A. in psychology from the Johns Hopkins University, and a J.D. and a Ph.D. in Psychology from Stanford. The Fall Forum offers 8 hours CLE, including up to 2 hours of Professionalism and Civility credit and up to 5 hours of Ethics credit. Click here for a full Fall Forum schedule: http://www.utahbar.org/cle/fallforum/Welcome.html. To register, please click here: https://utahbar.org/cle/fallforum/2012_ff_registration.html. If you have already registered, you should have received a confirmation email. Please let firstname.lastname@example.org know if you have not received your confirmation. Thanks to our Fall Forum Committee Co-chairs, Susan B. Peterson and Richard M. Hartvigsen for their excellent work.
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November 2012 E-News
-Nominations for Bar President-elect
-Bar Commission Openings
-In Memoriam - Judge Glen Edward Clark
-Utah State Bar Energy, Natural Resources & Environmental Law Section Award Recipients Named and Officers Elected