Must-Watch February CLE: New Immigration Updates, Native American Tribal Consultation, Neuropsych Evaluations, and More

Katie Carelli | February 3, 2020

February is the shortest month of the year, but it doesn’t need to be the least productive. Lawline’s studio is in full gear this month with CLE on topics ranging from tribal consultations to neuropsychological evaluations in disability cases. Check out some February highlights below.

  • This Side of the Wall: The Ever-Changing U.S. Immigration Landscape. With all of the recent changes in immigration policies, attorneys with clients impacted by these policies need to constantly remain aware. This program helps keep attorneys informed by covering H-1B visa changes, no-match letters, treaty employees, and which industries have a higher chance of being targeted by immigration audits. Airing Tuesday, February 11, 2020 at 11:30 a.m. (EST)
  • Using Neuropsychological Evaluations in Cognitive Disability Claims. Some health conditions, such as concussions and mild brain injuries, are unable to be documented by lab results. The lack of “hard evidence” leads insurers to question cognitive dysfunction. This program introduces attorneys to neuropsychological disability evaluations, which can be a vital alternative to lab results, MRIs, and CT scans in legal cases Involving cognitive deficits. Airing Thursday, February 20, 2020 at 1:00 p.m. (EST)
  • Top Tips for Negotiating A Lease Agreement. Through a discussion of drafting and bargaining strategies and a look at transactional forms, this program helps attorneys develop negotiation strategies that can be used in most lease agreements. Airing Tuesday, February 27, 2020 at 11:30 a.m. (EST)


If you can’t attend a live webcast, don’t worry! All of our courses go on-demand within 48 hours after airing (and you can check them out with our free trial). Check out these highlights that were recently added to our catalog:


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Written by Katie Carelli

Katie was raised in Fort Lauderdale, FL and decided to brave New York City after graduating with her M.A. in English Literature from Florida State University in 2018. When she is motivated to get off her couch, she frequents the movies, the theater, and the museums of the city.


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