CLE & EVENTS

Continuing Legal Education and Event Programming:

The Princeton Bar Association holds monthly Continuing Legal Education Luncheons throughout the spring, fall, and winter seasons. Our CLE programs are typically certified through the Pennsylvania Continuing Legal Education Board and approved PA programs are valid for 1:1 reciprocal credit in New Jersey, New York, and any other state that accepts reciprocity. Some of our programs may also be approved in New Jersey or other states. We meet the last Wednesday of the month from 12:30 – 2:00 pm at our host facility TPC Jasna Polana for networking, CLE, and a delicious gourmet lunch. Join us!

The Princeton Bar Association also organizes other business networking, community, and charitable events throughout the year, including golf outings at Jasna Polana.

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Employment Law CLE

June 27 @ 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

$50.00 – $65.00

Please join us on June 27, 2018 for our monthly CLE luncheon featuring Vik Jaitly, Esq. from Drinker Biddle and Monica Wahba, from SuitSupply Inc. speaking on the hot topic of Navigating the Legal Landscape in the #MeToo Era.  This program is anticipated to be certified for 1 CLE credit. A gourmet lunch will be served.  This will be our last luncheon meeting for the Summer and our CLE programming will begin again in September.

 

Details

Date:
June 27
Time:
12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
Cost:
$50.00 – $65.00
Event Category:
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Organizer

The Princeton Bar Association
Phone:
609-454-4775
Website:
www.princetonbarassociation.org

Venue

TPC Jasna Polana
4519 Province Line Road
Princeton, NJ 08540 United States
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609-454-4775

Continuing Legal Education Programming

  • Jan 31, 2018
    Privacy Pitfalls: Emerging Data Security Issues in 2018

    Privacy Pitfalls: Emerging Data Security Issues in 2018 with Paul Bond, Esq. and Bretta Oluyede, Esq. from Reed Smith

  • Feb 28, 2018
    Timeless Lessons in Civility, Ethics, and Integrity

    Timeless Lessons in Civility, Ethics, and Integrity with local author Peter T. Lubrecht speaking on his new book, “New Jersey Hessians:  Truth and Lore in the American Revolution.”

  • Mar 28, 2018
    The Four Cornerstones to Your Financial Future

    The Four Cornerstones to Your Financial Future with financial expert Niraj X. Chhabra, CFP, MBA of Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc.

  • Apr 25, 2018
    Judicial Ethics: On & Off the Bench with Judge Carchman

    Please join us for our monthly CLE luncheon featuring the esteemed Judge Carchman speaking on Judicial Ethics: On & Off the Bench. All participants with receive a certificate valid for 1 CLE ethics credit and a gourmet lunch will be served.  This course is designed for lawyers in all practice areas and levels.

    While the judiciary is one of three branches of our tri-partite form of government, the public perceives the judiciary as different with an expectation that judges will conduct themselves both on and off the bench in a way that is different from those in the executive or legislative branches of government. Judges are not generally seen as politicians but as those charged with the responsibility of ensuring fairness in the judicial process to the end that decisions reflect the goal of achieving justice in every case.  Judges are subject to a separate ethical code from lawyers and those in the other branches of government. The Code of Judicial Conduct governs a judge’s conduct in both a judge’s professional capacity and private life, and New Jersey’s version of the CJC imposes the strictest limitations in the country on judges activities off the bench.  This lecture will explore the ethical constraints on judges with an emphasis on extrajudicial conduct.  We will explore the CDC as well as cases that have addressed ethical issues as applied to judges as well as their personal and professional relationship with the public and specifically, the lawyers that they deal with on a daily basis.
  • May 30, 2018
    The Taxing Nature of Divorce

    Please join us for our monthly CLE luncheon featuring John S. Eory, Esq. and Stacey D. Udell, CPA speaking on the “Taxing Nature of Divorce.” Whether you are handling a divorce case, advising a business client or providing guidance to a person contemplating divorce, a sound knowledge of the tax consequences is essential.

    This program will examine the historic influence of taxes in such areas as alimony, child support and equitable distribution of marital  assets, as well as how the Tax Cut and Jobs Act of 2017 creates new opportunities and challenges.

    All attendees will receive a CLE certificate valid for 1 CLE credit and a gourmet lunch will be served.

  • Jun 27, 2018
    Employment Law CLE

    Please join us on June 27, 2018 for our monthly CLE luncheon featuring Vik Jaitly, Esq. from Drinker Biddle and Monica Wahba, from SuitSupply Inc. speaking on the hot topic of Navigating the Legal Landscape in the #MeToo Era.  This program is anticipated to be certified for 1 CLE credit. A gourmet lunch will be served.  This will be our last luncheon meeting for the Summer and our CLE programming will begin again in September.

     

  • Sep 26, 2018
    Fast-Track to Your Next Client Using LinkedIn (Click here to register)

    Please save the date of September 26, 2018 for what is sure to be an insightful hour on how to use LinkedIn to generate more business for your firm.  This month the Princeton Bar is honored to be featuring digital marketing strategist and LinkedIn specialist Karen Yankovich for our monthly CLE lucheon.

    Karen will share her insider tips and advice on such areas as:
    • The importance of your LinkedIn profile & how to improve it
    • How to frame your profile for maximum results while staying within advertising guidelines for lawyers
    • How to leverage pro-activity on social media to expand your marketing presence, bring in new clients, and get noticed
    • Pro-activity vs. re-activity
    • The importance of “being intentional” in your social media and marketing campaigns
    Karen will also be taking your questions and offering advice to address your specific practice management, advertising, and professional social media needs.

    This program is anticipated to be approved for 1 CLE credit.  A gourmet lunch will be served.

  • Oct 31, 2018
    October CLE: Overcoming Bias in the Workplace

    What would it mean to your organization if you could avoid and overcome the dysfunction that results from gender and racial inequality?  What if you could address the not-so-hidden biases that keep us from living and working from a place of integrity? Imagine if we could knock down those barriers and work together more effectively –  giving and receiving support, training, referrals – and actually LIKING one another in a productive and collaborative work environment.

    Learn to uncover deep-rooted limiting beliefs and pre-suppositions and create a meaningful dialogue to reveal the solutions that can be immediately and effectively applied to your organization.

    Topics to be explored during the program:

    • Everyone experiences bias
    • Raising awareness of our own personal biases
    • Leadership skills that can shift organizational culture
    • Overcoming fear of conflict in addressing bias
    • Specific organizational policies that prevent bias

    By understanding how to overcome our natural biases, we can create an organization with strong morale, empowered staff at all levels, creating a safe, open and honest work  environment that will attract top talent and surely have a positive impact on your organization’s profitability.

    We are honored to feature Paula M. Jones Esq., as our honored speaker this month on this timely topic.  Ms. Jones has been practicing domestic and international state law for twenty years.  For a decade prior to practicing law, she was in association management.  Paula is an innovative and thought-provoking author, keynote speaker and workshop facilitator on Practical People Skills for organizations who want to create a positive, energizing and productive work environment.  She has applied her practical people skills throughout her career, leading to the opening of her own successful law firm. Paula has presented at numerous organizations such as the American Bar Association, American Immigration Lawyers Association and Society of Human Resource Management. She has been published in many industry journals, such as the American Institute of CPA’s The Tax Advisor, Trusts and Estates and the ABA’s The Practical Tax Lawyer.

  • Nov 28, 2018
    November CLE: Ethics; The Hidden Value of Lawyers
    Please join us for our November luncheon featuring Professor Kevin Michels speaking on attorney ethics and The Hidden Value of Lawyers. This program is anticipated to be approved for 1 CLE ethics credit and will be our last ethics CLE of the year.  As always, a gourmet lunch will be served.
    Presentation Summary.
    Although lawyers rightly prize their knowledge of law and legal procedures, they sometimes overlook another capacity developed through the study and practice of law. Our ethical reasoning capacities have much to do with what makes us great practitioners, leaders, and agents of change. We will examine how the attorney’s capacity to reason about questions of ethics and fairness helps the lawyer in the traditional representation role, as counsel in the organization setting, and as leader and innovator.
    About our Speaker.
    Kevin Michels is a Professor at The College of New Jersey, where he directs the School of Business Center for Innovation and Ethics. Prior to that, he held the Curran Chair in Legal Ethics and Professionalism at Gonzaga Law School in Spokane, Washington, first as a visiting associate professor and later as a tenured associate professor. He is the author of New Jersey Attorney Ethics (Gann Law Books) and numerous law review articles. He served as law clerk to Justice Robert L. Clifford of the New Jersey Supreme Court for the 1986-87 term and, prior to joining academia, he practiced law with Michels & Hockenjos, L.L.C. He served on the New Jersey Supreme Court Commission on the Rules of Professional Conduct, and has lectured widely on legal ethics and professionalism. He is an elected member of the American Law Institute.
  • Dec 19, 2018
    How Law and Data Can Work Together to End Gerrymandering

     

    Please join us as we round out another successful year of CLE programming with a very special presentation by Princeton University Professor and Princeton Gerrymandering Project pioneer, Dr. Samuel Wang, speaking on How Law and Data Can Work Together to End Gerrymandering. This program is anticipated to be approved for 1 CLE credit.  As always, a gourmet lunch will be served.

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Business Networking, Charitable, and Other Events

  • Sep 7, 2018
    September Networking Kick-Off

    Check back soon for more details about what we are planning for our Fall Kick-off event.

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Past Events

  • Nov 28, 2018
    Please join us for our November luncheon featuring Professor Kevin Michels speaking on attorney ethics and The Hidden Value of Lawyers. This program is anticipated to be approved for 1 CLE ethics credit and will be our last ethics CLE of the year.  As always, a gourmet lunch will be served.
    Presentation Summary.
    Although lawyers rightly prize their knowledge of law and legal procedures, they sometimes overlook another capacity developed through the study and practice of law. Our ethical reasoning capacities have much to do with what makes us great practitioners, leaders, and agents of change. We will examine how the attorney’s capacity to reason about questions of ethics and fairness helps the lawyer in the traditional representation role, as counsel in the organization setting, and as leader and innovator.
    About our Speaker.
    Kevin Michels is a Professor at The College of New Jersey, where he directs the School of Business Center for Innovation and Ethics. Prior to that, he held the Curran Chair in Legal Ethics and Professionalism at Gonzaga Law School in Spokane, Washington, first as a visiting associate professor and later as a tenured associate professor. He is the author of New Jersey Attorney Ethics (Gann Law Books) and numerous law review articles. He served as law clerk to Justice Robert L. Clifford of the New Jersey Supreme Court for the 1986-87 term and, prior to joining academia, he practiced law with Michels & Hockenjos, L.L.C. He served on the New Jersey Supreme Court Commission on the Rules of Professional Conduct, and has lectured widely on legal ethics and professionalism. He is an elected member of the American Law Institute.
  • Oct 31, 2018

    What would it mean to your organization if you could avoid and overcome the dysfunction that results from gender and racial inequality?  What if you could address the not-so-hidden biases that keep us from living and working from a place of integrity? Imagine if we could knock down those barriers and work together more effectively –  giving and receiving support, training, referrals – and actually LIKING one another in a productive and collaborative work environment.

    Learn to uncover deep-rooted limiting beliefs and pre-suppositions and create a meaningful dialogue to reveal the solutions that can be immediately and effectively applied to your organization.

    Topics to be explored during the program:

    • Everyone experiences bias
    • Raising awareness of our own personal biases
    • Leadership skills that can shift organizational culture
    • Overcoming fear of conflict in addressing bias
    • Specific organizational policies that prevent bias

    By understanding how to overcome our natural biases, we can create an organization with strong morale, empowered staff at all levels, creating a safe, open and honest work  environment that will attract top talent and surely have a positive impact on your organization’s profitability.

    We are honored to feature Paula M. Jones Esq., as our honored speaker this month on this timely topic.  Ms. Jones has been practicing domestic and international state law for twenty years.  For a decade prior to practicing law, she was in association management.  Paula is an innovative and thought-provoking author, keynote speaker and workshop facilitator on Practical People Skills for organizations who want to create a positive, energizing and productive work environment.  She has applied her practical people skills throughout her career, leading to the opening of her own successful law firm. Paula has presented at numerous organizations such as the American Bar Association, American Immigration Lawyers Association and Society of Human Resource Management. She has been published in many industry journals, such as the American Institute of CPA’s The Tax Advisor, Trusts and Estates and the ABA’s The Practical Tax Lawyer.

  • Sep 26, 2018

    Please save the date of September 26, 2018 for what is sure to be an insightful hour on how to use LinkedIn to generate more business for your firm.  This month the Princeton Bar is honored to be featuring digital marketing strategist and LinkedIn specialist Karen Yankovich for our monthly CLE lucheon.

    Karen will share her insider tips and advice on such areas as:
    • The importance of your LinkedIn profile & how to improve it
    • How to frame your profile for maximum results while staying within advertising guidelines for lawyers
    • How to leverage pro-activity on social media to expand your marketing presence, bring in new clients, and get noticed
    • Pro-activity vs. re-activity
    • The importance of “being intentional” in your social media and marketing campaigns
    Karen will also be taking your questions and offering advice to address your specific practice management, advertising, and professional social media needs.

    This program is anticipated to be approved for 1 CLE credit.  A gourmet lunch will be served.

  • Jun 27, 2018

    Please join us on June 27, 2018 for our monthly CLE luncheon featuring Vik Jaitly, Esq. from Drinker Biddle and Monica Wahba, from SuitSupply Inc. speaking on the hot topic of Navigating the Legal Landscape in the #MeToo Era.  This program is anticipated to be certified for 1 CLE credit. A gourmet lunch will be served.  This will be our last luncheon meeting for the Summer and our CLE programming will begin again in September.

     

  • May 30, 2018

    Please join us for our monthly CLE luncheon featuring John S. Eory, Esq. and Stacey D. Udell, CPA speaking on the “Taxing Nature of Divorce.” Whether you are handling a divorce case, advising a business client or providing guidance to a person contemplating divorce, a sound knowledge of the tax consequences is essential.

    This program will examine the historic influence of taxes in such areas as alimony, child support and equitable distribution of marital  assets, as well as how the Tax Cut and Jobs Act of 2017 creates new opportunities and challenges.

    All attendees will receive a CLE certificate valid for 1 CLE credit and a gourmet lunch will be served.

  • Apr 25, 2018

    Please join us for our monthly CLE luncheon featuring the esteemed Judge Carchman speaking on Judicial Ethics: On & Off the Bench. All participants with receive a certificate valid for 1 CLE ethics credit and a gourmet lunch will be served.  This course is designed for lawyers in all practice areas and levels.

    While the judiciary is one of three branches of our tri-partite form of government, the public perceives the judiciary as different with an expectation that judges will conduct themselves both on and off the bench in a way that is different from those in the executive or legislative branches of government. Judges are not generally seen as politicians but as those charged with the responsibility of ensuring fairness in the judicial process to the end that decisions reflect the goal of achieving justice in every case.  Judges are subject to a separate ethical code from lawyers and those in the other branches of government. The Code of Judicial Conduct governs a judge’s conduct in both a judge’s professional capacity and private life, and New Jersey’s version of the CJC imposes the strictest limitations in the country on judges activities off the bench.  This lecture will explore the ethical constraints on judges with an emphasis on extrajudicial conduct.  We will explore the CDC as well as cases that have addressed ethical issues as applied to judges as well as their personal and professional relationship with the public and specifically, the lawyers that they deal with on a daily basis.
  • Mar 28, 2018

    The Four Cornerstones to Your Financial Future with financial expert Niraj X. Chhabra, CFP, MBA of Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc.

  • Feb 28, 2018

    Timeless Lessons in Civility, Ethics, and Integrity with local author Peter T. Lubrecht speaking on his new book, “New Jersey Hessians:  Truth and Lore in the American Revolution.”

  • Jan 31, 2018

    Privacy Pitfalls: Emerging Data Security Issues in 2018 with Paul Bond, Esq. and Bretta Oluyede, Esq. from Reed Smith

  • Dec 20, 2017

    Please join us for our monthly CLE luncheon featuring Assemblyman Gusciora speaking on the hot topic of the legalization of medical marijuana in New Jersery. We are delighted and honored to have Assemblyman Gusciora join us. As always, a delicious gourmet lunch will be served.

    Registration is closed. This event has already been held.

  • Nov 29, 2017

    Please join us for our November CLE Luncheon featuring our President, Jennifer Mohamed speaking on the topic of:

    Registration is closed. This event has already been held.

  • Oct 25, 2017

    Please join us for our monthly CLE luncheon. This month, we are pleased to offer a panel discussion among three folks with intimate knowledge of the Mercer County case: Adam Gordon is a lawyer at Fair Share Housing, an active participant in this and similar cases around the state; Betsy McKenzie is a planner who has served as a Special Master in the Mercer County case and has done similar work in Mt. Laurel cases for many years; and Chris Tarr represents both developers and affordable housing nonprofits and has counseled the largest intervenor in the Hopewell Township settlement.

    Registration is closed. This event has already been held.

  • Sep 27, 2017

    Join us this September 27th for our first CLE Luncheon of the Fall season featuring guest lecturer Michael G. Sinkevich, Esq. of Lieberman & Blecher, P.C.

    We are honored to have Michael join us this month for what will surely be a very interesting and timely discussion on the EPA and Executive Orders under the Trump Administration, legal issues related to the Paris Climate Agreement, and other hot topics under New Jersey Law.

    Registration is closed. This event has already been held.

  • Aug 2, 2017

    Take advantage of the perks of being a Princeton Bar Association member this summer by participating in one of our fun golf events at TPC Jasna Polana. No golf experience necessary, just a willingness to have fun and enjoy the summer!

    Registration is closed. This event has already been held.

  • Jun 28, 2017

    Join us this June 28th to welcome in summer with our fun and informative CLE lunchtime lecture: “Share the Road: NJ Bike Law Update”. Princeton Bar Association Trustee and avid cyclist Cory Kestner and Jerry Foster of the Greater Mercer TMA will guide us through the ins and outs of bicycle and cycling laws, municipal liability under the New Jersey Torts Claims Act, ethical considerations, and interesting national trends in bike laws. Come sip some iced-tea, earn a CLE credit, and get ready for the summer days ahead! This is our last CLE luncheon until September….don’t miss it!

    Registration is closed. This event has already been held.

  • May 31, 2017

    Dear Colleague:

    Please join us for our next monthly meeting at TPC Jasna Polana. We have only 2 more luncheons in May and June before we take a short break for the summer.

    Registration is closed. This event has already been held.

  • Apr 26, 2017

    Please join us for our April CLE luncheon for an engaging discussion on hot topics in U.S. immigration law and policy with distinguished immigration and international law attorney John Kuhn Bleimaier.

    Registration is closed. This event has already been held.

  • Mar 29, 2017

    Please join us this March for our monthly luncheon at TPC Jasna Polana. This month we are featuring guest presenter Jeffrey Gradone from Archer & Greiner who will speak on Understanding the Tax Appeal Process. Attendees will receive 1 CLE credit valid in New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania.

    Registration is closed. This event has already been held.

  • Feb 22, 2017

    Please join us for our monthly CLE luncheon: attendants earn 1 CLE credit valid for New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania while enjoying a delicious gourmet lunch. Speaker: New Jersey historian Glenn LeBoeuf.

    Registration is closed. This event has already been held.

Contact Info

Mailing Address:
Jennifer M. Mohamed, Esq.
The Bayne Law Group LLC
116 Village Blvd, Suite 235
Princeton, New Jersey 08540

Phone Number:
609.924.4295

Fax Number:
609.924.4298

Email:
princetonbarassociation@gmail.com

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