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Lorman Weekly Course Updates

Lorman Education Services, a partner of the Paralegal Association of Wisconsin, Inc., will now be providing notice of weekly course updates.  Below is a listing of courses for the weeks of 1/27/2020 - 2/14/2020:

Please take a look at all of the attached and let me know if you have any questions or if I can assist in any way. Just a reminder that the programs in Blue are AWESOME and Red is SPECTACULAR.

This week’s topic spotlight: 1.27.20

Date

Seminar Id

Brochure Title

Category

1/27/2020

406919

Excel for Operations Management

BUS

1/27/2020

406857

Recruiting Mistakes Every Company Makes and How to Fix Them

REC

1/28/2020

406784

Utilizing Mediation to Resolve Construction Disputes

CN

1/28/2020

406702

OSHA's Rules for Post-Accident Drug Testing

WC

1/28/2020

406819

Understanding UCC Article 9 Foreclosures

BK

1/28/2020

404832

Anatomy of a Will Contest: How to Succeed at Trial

LIT

1/29/2020

406860

Complex Wage and Hour Issues and Calculations

PR

1/29/2020

406902

Age Discrimination in the Workplace

LB

1/29/2020

407368

Taking the Mystery out of Depositions: Preparing Witnesses, Taking and Defending

LIT

1/30/2020

406917

Rain Rain Go Away: Drainage Design Fundamentals

ENG

1/30/2020

406529

Workers' Compensation: Return-to-Work Issues

WC

1/30/2020

405637

Payroll Visa Non-Immigration Updates

PR

1/31/2020

405143

Taming Wild Excel Spreadsheets

BUS

1/31/2020

407377

Do's and Don'ts for Internal Investigations of Employment Issues

LB

Next week’s topic spotlight: 2.3.20

Date

Seminar Id

Brochure Title

Category

2/3/2020

405429

Google Sheets: Discovering Data Formatting and Function Features

BUS

2/3/2020

406380

FMLA Time Off Management From the Payroll Perspective

PR

2/3/2020

404981

Effective Use of Key Evidence to Bolster Your Client's Case

LIT

2/4/2020

407028

New Bonus Depreciation Rules and Section 179 Expensing (DRBE)

ST

2/4/2020

407031

Impact of Rework on Construction and Practical Remedies

CN

2/4/2020

406524

How to Successfully Perform Supplier Audits

PUR

2/4/2020

407032

Employer Issues in the Multicultural Workplace

LB

2/5/2020

406553

New Regulations on Foreign Tax Credit Limitations Under Section 904

CPA

2/5/2020

407233

Excel: Mastering Lookup Functions

BUS

2/5/2020

407033

HR's Guide to Immigration Law

LB

2/5/2020

407049

How to Recognize a Ransomware Attack and Take Control of the Situation

MR

2/6/2020

406991

Application of 1061 and the Feasibility of Carry Waivers

ST

2/6/2020

406979

Responding to 11(c) Safety Retaliation Complaints: Hazard and Employee Safety Complaints

WC

2/6/2020

406516

What Are Your Employers Obligations During Natural Disasters?

LB

2/7/2020

407037

Brain Matters in Business: Build Resilience During Change

AA

Week of 2.10.20

Date

Seminar Id

Brochure Title

Category

2/10/2020

407000

Legal Issues to Avoid in FMLA

LB

2/10/2020

405759

Regulation Z: Rescission Rights and Wrong's

BK

2/11/2020

406015

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Hiring Practices and Overall Culture

NP

2/11/2020

407002

Best Practices in Mold and Moisture Remediation

ENG

2/11/2020

407380

Flood Control and Storm Water Issues and the Law

PUB

2/11/2020

407102

FLSA: New Updates

BEN

2/11/2020

407042

Charitable Tricks and How to Avoid Tax Traps When Donating

EST

2/12/2020

406989

Advanced Excel® Skills for Accountants

CPA

2/12/2020

407005

NEPA, Section 106, and Section 4(f) Requirements for Transportation and Other Infrastructure Projects

DEV

2/12/2020

407022

Hazards of Excavation

CN

2/12/2020

406986

Sustaining a Drug-Free Workplace Where Marijuana is Legal

LB

2/12/2020

407216

Pitfalls Leading to Class Action in Labor and Employment

LIT

2/13/2020

404824

ADA Accessibility - Is Your Property in Compliance?

PM

2/13/2020

406208

The Value and Art of Negotiating Effective Teaming Agreements

CN

2/13/2020

407038

How to Effectively Communicate and Collaborate with other Departments

AA

2/13/2020

407074

Payroll Recordkeeping: What You Need to Know

PR

2/13/2020

407510

Attorney-Client and Manager-Employee Privilege and Confidentiality

LIT

2/13/2020

405353

Understanding Fiduciary Relationships and Accounts

BK

2/14/2020

406839

Asset Sale vs. Stock Sale: Tax Considerations

ST

Mandy

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Washington University in St. Louis MLS Degree Program

Dear NFPA Member,

Washington University School of Law, a top-20 U.S. law school, is excited to partner with NFPA, the National Federation of Paralegal Associations. Through our innovative @WashULaw platform, the law school offers an online Master of Legal Studies (MLS) degree.

The Master of Legal Studies is a one-year graduate degree in law ideal for paralegals. The degree provides students with the legal acumen needed to advance their careers in a wide variety of professions — from business and finance to health care. 

Through the online MLS degree, you will:  

  • Attend live, interactive classes in a face-to-face online classroom
  • Develop key legal skills that you can apply to your everyday career
  • Learn from world-class faculty and foster connections with students from around the world

The online MLS brings Washington University School of Law to you — wherever you live and work. The program blends face-to-face, online classes with engaging, self-paced coursework.

The LSAT, GRE and GMAT are not required for admission to the program.

To learn more about the online Master of Legal Studies from Washington University School of Law, request more information today.

Sincerely,

Washington University School of Law
(+1) 314-281-5200 | [email protected]
onlinelaw.wustl.edu

 

Mentor Program

The Paralegal Association of Wisconsin's Mentor Program gives students and paralegals (either new to the profession or new to an area of law) an opportunity for guidance, knowlege and resources from a member paralegal with expertise and professional insight.

For more information on being a Mentor or Mentee, please visit Mentor Program page