August 12-19, 2020
HBA Seminars have resumed as webinars. See upcoming programs at hba.org/CLE.
Virtual | Thursday, September 24, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Accredited for 8.25 hours of MCLE, including 4 hours of ethics. Specializations in Civil Trial Law, Civil Appellate Law, Criminal Law, Criminal Appellate Law accredited for 7.25 hours.


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$52.00 Single Ticket
Friday, August 14, 1:00 - 2:30 p.m.
Accredited for 1.5 hours MCLE credit, no ethics credit.
Presented by Joanne Ericksen.

Free for HBA members; $26 for Non-Members
Registration closes August 14th at 12:00pm.
Thursday, August 13
Live, in-person HBA Section meetings are canceled until further notice.
Did you miss "Law Firm Management – What We’ve Learned from Working at Home & the Economic Shutdown that Will Make Us Better Able to Handle the Next Crisis"?

You can watch the recorded version and more MCLE-accredited videos online at hba.org/watchcle.

HBA members also receive discounts at cleonline.com.

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The HBA is proud to support these events!
Tuesday, August 18, 2020 | 2pm to 4pm
The Harris County Law Library will host its virtual 19th Amendment Centennial Symposium. Mariann Sears, the first woman to serve as director of the Harris County Law Library, will welcome notable women from the legal community to discuss the history of the 19th Amendment and the importance of inclusion.
CLE credit is provided by the Harris County Attorney’s Office.
This program is accredited by the State Bar of Texas for 2.0 hours CLE and 1.0 hour ethics.

Wednesday, August 26, 2020 | Noon

Webinar with special guest, Nina Totenberg of NPR, moderated by the Honorable Tonya Parker.

1 hour MCLE, no ethics.

Registration Fee: $30

Instructions on how to view the webinar will be emailed to registrants. Details TBD.

Wellness
"Intro to Meditation" video series with attorney-mediator Dulcie Wink!
Part 1: There's No Failure in Meditation
This session provides an overview of the series and explains how meditation relaxes us and improves our ability to think. It introduces Vipassana Mediation for both quick stress relief and (over time) insight and personal growth. After learning “how to,” we are guided through a process to bring us to a relaxed meditative state.
Part 2: Itches & Twitches; What's the Invitation?
Here, we discover upon reaching a relaxed Vipassana meditative state and learning that our minds are unaccustomed to being relaxed. We learn how to bring ourselves back to the meditative session. Participants will be guided into a relaxed meditative state and will practice the technique. Over time, the process increases our ability to be our best and most selves, regardless of what challenges life presents.
Part 3: Tonglen Meditation—Giving & Receiving
Tonglen brings positivity to ourselves and others during stressful or traumatic situations. It allows us to provide help, especially in times when we feel (or are) incapable of helping directly or financially. After learning “how to,” we are guided through a Tonglen meditation session.