In This Issue: September 16, 2016


Online legal research for active
State Bar members and Paralegal Division members.

Free live training  webinars 
are available online.

Contact April Armijo, 505-797-6068.

Special Offer!
Order early and save

5 by 7" sets include folded card and envelope, custom design or photo card, return address printed on envelope (minimum order: 250). Order must be placed by Nov. 4).

For more information, contact Marcia Ulibarri at 505-797-6058.
From the Center for Legal Education
2016 Tax Symposium
The Tax Symposium on Sept. 23 at the State Bar Center or by Live Webcast will include topics like federal and state tax updates, low-income taxpayer issues, nonprofit financing, tax fraud investigations, partnership tax updates and ethical practices before the IRS. It is approved for 6.0 G, 1.0 EP CLE credits and 8.5 recommended CPE credits. Register today
State Bar News
Natural Resources, Energy and
Environmental Law Section
Nominations Open for 2016 Lawyer of the Year Award
Nominate an attorney who is the model of a New Mexico natural resources, energy or environmental lawyer for the NREEL Section's annual award. More detailed criteria and nomination instructions are available online. Nominations are due by Oct. 28 to Breanna Henley.

Paralegal Division
Criminal Law/Civil Liabilities CLE
Attend "Criminal Law Civil Liabilities" (3.0 G), hosted by the Paralegal Division on Sept. 24, at the State Bar Center. View the full schedule and registration instructions online.
Other News
UNM School of Law
Student Animal Legal Defense Fund

Doggie Wash Fundraiser
The Student Animal Legal Defense Fund  is hosting a Doggie Wash and members and friends are invited to bring their dog to Long Leash on Life, located at Montgomery and Eubank in Albuquerque on Sept. 24, from 10:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Dog washes are name-your-price and all proceeds benefit SALDF.

New Mexico Innocence and Justice Project
Cascading Consequences of Wrongful Conviction
Jennifer Thompson will share her unique perspective on the impact of wrongful conviction and ideas for healing and reform
at 6 p.m., Sept. 22, at the UNM School of Law. The event is free but R.S.V.P.s are encouraged. More information
New Mexico Lawyers and Judges Assistance Program
You don't have to manage alone. 
Help and support are only a phone call away

Free Confidential 24-Hour Helpline
Judges: 888-502-1289
Attorneys and Law Students: 505-228-1948 or 800-860-4914

Support Groups
First Monday of the month: 5:30 p.m.
Attend by Teleconference: Second Monday of the month: 5:30 p.m. (dial 1-866-640-4044 and enter 7976003#)
Third Monday of the month: 7:30 a.m.
For more information, contact Bill Stratvert, 505-242-6845, or Hilary Noskin, 505-449-7984.
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