My smart mouth annoyed the nuns no end not least when I posed the conundrum of our supposed unfettered will versus God’s infallible foreknowledge.
In religion class, I raised my hand and asked Sister Estelle, “If God knows and sees everything, including what we’re going to do — how is it we’re supposed to have free will?”
Not till much later did I find infinitely more solace and satisfaction from Alexander Jablokov’s pithy “The road to truth is long, and lined the entire way with annoying bastards.”
Speaking of which, I will continue scratching my furry head over people’s fascination with all things Kardashian, especially the recent tabloid headlines that the congenitally protuberant but now excusably pregnant Kim is allegedly tipping the scales at 205 plus lbs. Why is this news? Better yet, “Who cares?’
Of considerably greater interest has always been Kardashian paterfamilias and O.J. Simpson attorney, the late Robert Kardashian and the answer to the question, “What was Robert Kardashian carrying in that bulging Louis Vitton garment bag?” Hmmm, what’s the more substantive Kardashian inquiry? Binging on sweets or bloody clothes and a knife? Also see “Background Facts on O.J. Simpson Case . . . .”
Fortunately, not all life is a mystery. We don’t have to worry our pointy, pretty little heads, for example, over one thing and that’s that I will continue posting on FREE CLE.
The latest roundup follows:
A dozen complimentary CLE programs on alternative dispute resolution for Florida CLE Credit. Presented by Upchurch, Watson, White & Max, a Florida and Alabama based professional association of mediators.
Practising Law Insitute (PLI)
April 29, 2013, 1-2pm ET
- The history of VAWA
- Expanded protections under VAWA 2013
- Immigration Provisions of VAWA 2013
May 2, 2013, 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm (E.D.T.)
Dean and law professor Erwin Chemerinsky reviews the major cases from the October Term 2012 docket, including:
- Maryland v. King
- Fisher v. University of Texas, Austin
- Shelby County, Alabama v. Holder
- Hollingsworth v. Perry
- United States v. Windsor
- Kiobel v. Royal Dutch Petroleum
Courtesy of a tip from a Wisconsin lawyer friend who earned 3 continuing legal education credit hours for the following: “Eichmann Prosecutor Interview: A Conversation with Justice Gabriel Bach, Senior Prosecutor in the Adolf Eichmann Trial.”
Law Professor Emeritus
University of Wisconsin
Wisconsin lawyers will likely have to submit a request for CLE credit via CLE Form 2 – Wisconsin Court System.
|Title:||Great Procedures to Reduce Risk|
|Date:||Wednesday, May 22, 2013|
|Time:||1:00 PM – 2:00 PM EST|
ARDC, “Illinois Attorney Registration & Disciplinary Commission”
- New Trends in Lawyer Regulation: Illinois (Part I) Recorded Webinar (posted March 15, 2013) (1 Hr. MCLE/PCLE Credit in Illinois) CLICK HERE
- The Lawyers Guide to Technology CLE Course - Online Webinar (1:04:37)
- 1.2 Credits (General)
“This free CLE course will give you the ability to streamline your office technology, increase your billable hours and increase firm productivity overall.”
- The Ethics Behind Client Data Security – Online Webinar (1:16:28)
- 1.5 Credit (Ethics\Professionalism Or General)
“This free CLE course gives you all the successful technologies that you need to work with in order to fulfill your ethical obligation to your clients, your colleagues, and the court. We explain the relationship between technology and ethics and show you ethical technology solutions and less ethical options for you law firm, we also explain possible consequences when working with less ethical technologies and client data information.”
Photo Credits: “Edgar Allan Poe Pop Art, ” by Chelsea Daniele at Flickr via Creative Commons-license requiring attribution;”How many nuns does it take to change a light bulb?” by kevin dooley at Flickr via Creative Commons-license requiring attribution; “Nuremberg Trials,” Wikipedia Commons, public domain.