February 23, 2018
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Programming from the Center for Legal Education
Three Upcoming Webinars: Breastfeeding Law, Trial Presentation Methods and the Dirtiest Word in Ethics
Attend one, two or all three of these March webinars, right from your desk. These quick-hit topics are presented by all-star experts in their fields. Each are approved for one hour of CLE credit. Click the links below to learn more and register.
March 28: Everything You Need to Know About Breastfeeding Law
March 29: Convincing the Jury: Trial Presentation Methods and Issues
March 30: What's the Dirtiest Word in Ethics?
State Bar News, Events and Deadlines
Animal Talk: Tethering 
During the 2007 Legislative Session, the New Mexico House of Representatives issued House Memorial 19 which requested that the Department of Public Safety study the public safety and humane implications of persistently tethering dogs. Learn more at Animal Talk at noon, March 2, at the State Bar Center, presented by the Animal Law Section.
Appellate Practice Section Luncheon with New Appellate Mediator
Join the Appellate Practice Section for a Luncheon at noon, March 16, at the State Bar Center with guest Bonnie Stepleton, appellate mediator for the New Mexico Court of Appeals. Those attending are encouraged to bring their own "brown bag" lunch. R.S.V.P. to Carmela Starace at cstarace@icloud.com
Call for Articles for ADR Issue of New Mexico Lawyer
The Alternative Methods of Dispute Resolution Committee seeks articles relating to the theme of the 2018 ADR Institute: "ADR Across the Spectrum" for publication in the July issue of the New Mexico Lawyer, an insert in the Bar Bulletin. The deadline is March 9. Learn more.
YLD UNMSOL Summer Fellowship Open Now   
The Young Lawyers Division offers two $3,000 summer fellowships to UNM School of Law students who are interested in working in public interest law or the government sector. The fellowship awards are intended to provide the opportunity for law students to work for public interest entities or in the government sector in an unpaid position.View the full requirements online. Email applications to Breanna Henley by 5 p.m., March 23 for consideration. 
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