Free Encryption CLE tomorrow. One MN Ethics Credit. Email for details.

Here is a sample slide, pulled directly from tomorrow’s presentation.

Encryption CLE Slide

email jmkeuning@hotmail.com to get in on this webinar taking place at 12:00 on Tuesday the 15th.

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Free MN CLE – Encrypting Client Files – the technology and practice of encryption

Registration is open for The Minnesota Lawyer Education Co-op’s first CLE. This is a webcast and will take place on July 15, 2014 at noon.

This CLE is approved for one ethics credit in Minnesota.

Email jmkeuning@hotmail.com to register. I will send you a link to join the webinar.

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MN Lawyer Education Co-op’s first CLE

The Minnesota Lawyer Education Co-op has scheduled it’s first CLE – July 15, 2014 at noon. Approved for one hour of Ethics Credit the course is titled “Encrypting Client Files – the technology and practice of encryption” and will be webcast so you can watch it from wherever you happen to be!

EDIT – email me at jmkeuning@hotmail.com if you would like to participate in this CLE. Just send me an email and I will send you a link to view the webinar.

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Devil’s Advocate

devils advocate

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Casetext is a new site. And is very cool.

http://www.casetext.com/

It appears well designed and well executed.  I dig it.  The thing that stands out to me is that it might be limited to hobby lawyers.  As everything is open and public, a lawyers’ notes on a case cannot be limited – there is no way to protect work product.  As someone who does not make my living slicing and dicing cases, this is fine for me.  But if my analysis of cases was my intellectual product and even core competency, I would not broadcast the work.

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My problem solving process

 

And why I’ve never been interviewed regarding the same.problem solving

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Law and design. Law by design. Design the law.

Teaching Law by Design: Engaging Students from the Syllabus to the Final Exam has nothing to do with design.

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