Fantasy Supreme Court League: The 2016 Season

Louisville Bar Assn

Step right up to participate in the Fantasy Supreme Court League. In this unique presentation, Sean Carter humorously recaps the significant cases of the most recent term. After receiving the facts of each case, you will compete with lawyers from across the country by attempting to remember (or guess) the outcome and "vote spread" of each case. Speaker: Sean Carter, Mesa CLE Seminars.
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Spotlight

This short film looks at what councils around the country are doing to keep social workers in post and how they can help make this very demanding profession a place where people with the right skills want to stay. For more information visit www.local.gov.uk/social-workers


OTHER ON-DEMAND WEBINARS

Analyzing the Security Posture of US Government Contractors & Subcontractors

BitSight Technologies

As enterprises in the private sector have become more interconnected, so has the Federal Government. With many data breaches and security incidents stemming from third-party vendors, understanding and managing the cyber risk posed by contractors, subcontractors, and other third parties has never been more important.

Navigating the Youth Criminal Justice and Mental Health Systems

cmhaontario

This webinar provides an overview of important legislation and key justice-related terminology that impact youth with mental health and addictions issues. There is a focus on walking service providers through the pathways from the justice system to the mental health system for youth and the key issues affecting youth with lived experience of mental health and addictions who come into contact with the law.

When a Comment Becomes a Crisis: What to Do When Going Viral Happens to You

Government Technology

On October 11, join Skagit County, WA and ArchiveSocial for an interactive discussion about what happens when a Facebook interaction between an elected Sheriff and a local restaurant takes on a life of its own, and distracts from the day to day business of running local government. Communications Officer Bronlea Mishler will share her experience managing the fallout from a post that to date has reached over 2.9M people and has received close to 82,000 comments. She will share her experience using ArchiveSocial Crisis Support to manage the response, take control of the conversation, and be prepared to respond to public records requests under the Washington Public Records Act. This webinar will provide you with an opportunity to hear directly from Skagit County, WA and ArchiveSocial to learn:

Private Sector Engagement in the SDGs, Women and Girls' Economic Empowerment

U.S. Chamber of Commerce

The countdown has begun to this September’s U.N. summit on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) have been critical in mobilizing resources and driving real progress on some of the world’s most pressing problems over the past decade. With the MDG’s deadline set to conclude at the end of 2015, discussion over what should succeed the MDGs — known as the “Post-2015 Development Agenda”— is one of the most important and impactful conversations of this century.