Need a Few Last-Minute Ethics Credits?
I’ll be doing two full 4-hour versions of my Fuel The Spark: 5 Guiding Values for Success in Law & Life CLE Ethics Programs in the next few weeks.
A couple things previous attendees have said:
“A Massage for Your Career.”
– ABA Annual Meeting Program Participant.
“The Best CLE Program I’ve Attended in 27 Years.”
– Program Attendee, Reno NV
If you’re in Northern Colorado, attend:
Friday, December 17th, 2010
General Credits: 4.0
Ethics Credits: 3.5
Jury Assembly Room, Larimer County Court House
$60 in Advance. $75 at the Door. All proceeds go to the Larimer County Bar Association Young Lawyers Division.
(Compare to $199 CoBar Home Study CLE Program)
Young Lawyers Division, Larimer County Bar Association
c/o Josh Dart, Esq.
19 Old Town Square, Ste. 238
Fort Collins, CO 80524
For more info:
phone: (970) 407-0090
NOTE: The Jury Assembly Room only has space for 50 people, so you’ll want to reserve your seat early. Tickets will go fast.
Dates: December 8th & 9th @ 3:00-4:30PM EASTERN
Credits: (3-4 General & Ethics – will have final details soon)
Registration Information: email@example.com
All Participants will receive:
- 1. A copy of Kevin Houchin’s most popular book: Fuel the Spark, 5 Guiding Values for Success in Law and Life.
- 2. 40-Page Fuel the Spark Action Guide to help you integrate the content into your practice and life.
Sometimes we all need to look at things from a different perspective. This applies to both our personal and professional lives and how they blend into a successful and fulfilling legal career. Join Kevin Houchin for this nationally recognized Ethics program devoted to finding a more balanced perspective on the rules of professional responsibility and how we can put the rules into an easy system for finding more success in our practice and our lives. This intensive interactive workshop could be the best 3 hours you’ll invest in yourself this year.
The most profound choice any of us make is either to accept things the way they exist, or to accept our personal responsibility to change them.
1.2: Scope of Representation
1.7 & 1.8: Conflict of Interest
1.13 Organization as Client
1.18 Duties to Prospective Client
Many successful people have found the simplest rule to success in anything is to “show up.” However, deciding where to show up and how to manage yourself when you get there can be a challenge.
7.1: Communication Concerning a Lawyer’s Services
7.3: Direct Contact with Prospective Clients
7.4: Communication of Fields of Practice
One of the hardest things to do in legal practice and in life is to truly pay attention. We get pulled in so many directions, so how can be do a better job of staying in the moment and how does that help our clients and colleagues?
It’s easy to get bored and it happens to us all, so how can we avoid boredom and stay sharp? The answer is to keep multiple irons in the fire at once, paying attention to each in turn.
True fulfillment in legal practice and in life comes when you take the time to give back. Stewardship is the combination of giving ones time, talent, or treasure. This portion of the program helps define how you’ll make your greatest contribution.
6.1: Voluntary Pro Bono Publico Service
6.2: Accepting Appointments
Kevin E. Houchin is a different kind of lawyer. First, he has a fine art degree in graphic design and a dozen years of brand development and small business consulting before going back to law school. He uses both his marketing and legal skills every day in his efforts to help creative people reach their potential.
Kevin counsels creative people about how to maximize their creativity, build their businesses, and protect their intellectual property. Discussions tend to turn toward relationships and creative collaboration often, so sometimes Kevin plays the role of business and life coach in addition to attorney and marketing consultant. He truly enjoys the role of trusted advisor to his clients.
Kevin is the author of the book Fuel the Spark: 5 Guiding Values for Success in Law School and Beyond (March 2009). He is also the author of the forthcoming book The Secrets of Creative Business. He contributed a chapter on the legal issues of social media in the best-selling book Twitter Power, and is featured in KaChing, both by Joel Comm, published by Wiley Brothers Publishing.
Kevin is expert at helping people reach their creative potential, whether as an entrepreneur or as an attorney. He is the Founder of The Space Between Center for Creative Spirit in Business – an organization to helping entrepreneurs including attorneys align who they are with what they do. In addition to working with clients, Kevin writes a regular column for the leading business journal in Northern Colorado, blogs regularly at his several sites, and enjoys one of the top legal followings on Twitter.com. He speaks regularly for creative entrepreneurial business, continuing legal education, and law school audiences throughout the United States.