General Practice Institute

In consultation with leaders of the General Practice, Solo and Small Firm Section, Baylor CLE has decided that due to social distancing concerns of the Coronavirus, this year the General Practice Institute will NOT be a live course and will be offered ONLINE only. If you would like to register for the GPI through CLEonline, please go to www.CLEonline.com and click SIGNUP. Click LOGIN and then go to www.CLEonline.com/Baylor_Law_GPI. Add the course to your Shopping Cart and "Checkout." Please note that the course will not be available until on or about May 15, 2020.

Baylor Law School sponsors the annual General Practice Institute, which often draws more than 100 attorneys from Waco and central Texas. The program is co-sponsored by the Waco-McLennan County Bar Association and the State Bar of Texas General Practice, Solo and Small Firm Section.

TEXAS FAMILY LAW UPDATE 2019
Ike Vanden Eykel
KoonsFuller, Dallas

 

UNFORESEEN, UNINTENDED, AND UNCONSCIONABLE CONSEQUENCES OF ARREST AND CONVICTIONS
Randy T. Leavitt, Austin
Law Office of Randy T. Leavitt

 

CALL IT WHATEVER YOU WANT, BUT THIS IS HOW YOU KEEP YOUR LAW LICENSE (1.0 HOUR ETHICS)
Larry P. McDougal, Richmond
The Law Office of Larry McDougal

 

ARE YOU TECHNOLOGICALLY COMPETENT? THE ETHICAL USE OF TECHNOLOGY IN LAW PRACTICE (.75 HOURS ETHICS)
Liz Fraley, Waco
Baylor University School of Law

 

EMPLOYMENT LAW
Julie Springer, Austin
Weisbart Springer Hayes, LLP

 

GUARDIANSHIP IN TEXAS: JUST ABOUT EVERYTHING A GENERAL PRACTITIONER NEEDS TO KNOW
Terry W. Hammond, Bryan
Terry W. Hammond Consulting

 

NAVIGATING THE SPECIAL NEEDS MINEFIELD; CONSIDERATIONS FOR ESTATE PLANNING, PERSONAL INJURY, AND FAMILY LAW PRACTICES
James and Elisa Rainey, Waco
Rainey & Rainey

 

 

For further information, contact:
Karen Ehgotz
Baylor Law School
One Bear Place #97288
Waco, TX 76798-7288
254-710-3691
Karen_ehgotz@baylor.edu