Attorney Discipline Scam Alert: The Gift that Keeps on Giving
Bar associations nationwide may want to notify members about malicious email messages seemingly from the bar or other agencies warning of disciplinary proceedings, but containing destructive and disruptive malware. The State Bar of Texas reports that it received inquiries from members who'd received such messages on November 30 and the bar sent warnings to its members that same day in response. Similar faux discipline notices were received by attorneys in several states earlier this year as reported in the ABA Journal.

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Are you and your members getting tired of the same old “Lunch and Learn” programs in the same too-costly venues? Find out how other bars are finding less expensive, more functional space for CLE presentations and how they’re using gamification and other creative techniques to infuse energy into programming. Whether your bar is large or small, if you do CLE this webinar is for you! Follow this link for more information and to register.

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