Recorded Event: Technology’s Impact on Attorney Wellness
TX CLE Credit Available
Missed our webinar April 7, 2022, Technology’s Impact On Attorney Wellness? The webinar was recorded and will be made available to view online for a limited time!
- The rise of new technologies has led to an increasingly connected world which, in turn, has led to added stress on lawyers, who find themselves "always-on." The first session provides you with data, insights, and suggestions for unplugging and increasing control over your technology and well-being.
- In the second session, Brian Cuban shares his journey through depression, alcohol and drug addiction, how it impacted his career as a practicing lawyer and what the legal profession can do to break the stigma surrounding mental health discussions.
- Texas CLE available!
Details for connecting to the recording will be sent shortly after you register. Please allow 1 business day to process your registration. If you registered but did not receive a link, please email ILT.
Before registering for the Recorded Program, please read this note:
Thank you for your interest in our Recorded Program, Technology’s Impact On Attorney Wellness. This program, co-presented by CAIL’s Institute for Law and Technology and Other CLE, was offered as a webinar on April 7, 2022. You should understand that some of the cases discussed in the Program and Program materials may have been modified or even overruled by now. The course, like all CLE programs, should not be used as a basis for legal advice without doing the research yourself.
! Note that only Texas CLE credit is available and that accreditation for this course will expire. You must complete the course and report your MCLE credit to the State Bar of Texas on or before March 31, 2023 to receive credit.
Recorded Program Fee – Includes online access to the program materials and video.
- $50 - Regular Registration Fee
- $0 - CAIL’s Institute for Law & Technology (ILT) Advisory Board Member
- $0 - ILT Supporting or Sustaining Member Employee
- $0 - Full-time U.S. Local, State or Federal Government Employee
- $0 - Full-time U.S. Local, State or Federal Judge
- $0 - Full-time U.S. Non-Profit Employee
- $0 - Full-time U.S. Law Student
- $0 - Full-time U.S. Law Professor
Schedule and Faculty
Wellness Unplugged: Technology’s Impact On Attorney Mental Health (Legal Ethics: 45 Minutes)
Spencer Fane LLP
Legal Ethics Advisor
The Addicted Lawyer. How We Got Here. What We Can Do To Solve The Problem. (Legal Ethics: 45 minutes)
Brian Cuban Inc.
Texas CLE Credit
This program is approved by the State Bar of Texas for a total of 1.5 hours, of which 1.5 credit hours will apply to ethics/professional responsibility credit.
! Note that Texas CLE credit accreditation for this course will expire. You must complete the course and report your MCLE credit to the State Bar of Texas on or before March 31, 2023 to receive credit.
The Center for American and International Law (CAIL) will not be filing this course with any state or country CLE/CPD organization apart from the State Bar of Texas.
Although attendees may be able to request MCLE credit directly in additional jurisdictions, the rules vary in each jurisdiction. Certain programs, subjects, and formats may not receive credit in certain jurisdictions and there may be specific rules regarding who may earn credit or the maximum number of credit hours that may be earned with specific formats. Please review the MCLE regulations and rules of your jurisdiction and contact your regulatory entity if you have specific questions about the jurisdiction’s MCLE rules.
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