“Help Me Please – I Can’t Let Go! Digital Detoxing for Lawyers and Judges”
1:00–2:00 p.m. Central Time
This webinar, co-presented by CAIL’s Other CLE programs and the Institute for Law & Technology, further explores the impact of technology on attorney wellness.
Sensei Enterprises, Inc.
The Center for American and International Law
- $25 - Regular Registration Fee
- $0 - CAIL’s Institute for Law & Technology (ILT) Advisory Board Member
- $0 - ILT Young Technology Professional Member
- $0 - ILT Supporting or Sustaining Member Employee
- $0 - Full-time U.S. Local, State or Federal Government Employee
- $0 - Full-time U.S. Non-Profit Employee
- $0 - U.S. Local, State or Federal Judge
- $0 - Full-time U.S. Law Student
- $0 - Full-time U.S. Law Professor
Schedule and Faculty
1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. (Central Time) “Help Me Please – I Can’t Let Go! Digital Detoxing for Lawyers and Judges” (Legal Ethics: 60 Minutes)
- Sharon D. Nelson – Sensei Enterprises, Inc., Fairfax, Virginia
- Wendy Smith Castellana – The Center for American and International Law, Plano, Texas
Our technology is with us to stay—but we can decide when to use it. Who determines your relationship to technology? In the end, you do. It is a choice we make every day—and if we can’t control our technology, we risk our health, our relationships, and the quality of our legal work. So go ahead and make some resolutions about “getting off the grid.” You won’t regret it.
This program is approved by the State Bar of Texas for a total of 1.0 hour, of which 1.0 credit hour will apply to ethics/professional responsibility credit. Texas Course ID Number: 174157830.
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