YLD Webinars

YLD Webinars

The Florida Bar YLD hosts free webinars on various topics of interest to young lawyers as a benefit to its members. These webinars are hosted live by distinguished speakers and are intended for a live viewing audience. Due to popular demand, certain webinars are archived and available here for download. Please note that there may be imperfections in the audio and/or video stream due to the live nature of the recordings. The YLD hopes, however, that you enjoy the free, substantive content that our Board of Governors has tirelessly worked to provide to you.

Upcoming Webinars

Previous Webinars

  • Aired Wednesday, August 23, 2017. Receive 1.0 Ethics Credit. This webinar explores the right to legal fees when a law firm dissolves or an attorney leaves with a client in tow. It also considers related ethical issues concerning the client’s right to choose counsel, solicitation of clients and access to client files. (more…)
  • Aired Thursday, June 8, 2017. Receive 3.0 General CLE Credits, 1.0 Ethics Credit, 3.0 State and Federal and Administrative Certification Credits. This webinar is designed to assist anyone who wants to learn about the 2017/2018 Constitution Revision Commission, the legislative process, how the processes effect the way we do business, and keys to success. First, participants will hear from a panel of CRC members and others involved in the CRC process. (more…)
  • Aired Wednesday, May 17, 2017. Receive 1.0 General and 1.0 Technology CLE Credits.  This program, featuring speakers Ian M. Comisky, William E. Ridgeway, and Ayana N. Harris, highlights the continuing tensions in the attempt to balance law enforcement efforts to stop terrorism, money laundering and other criminal activities and privacy rights in the United States.  The program reviews a series of hypotheticals.  (more…)
  • Aired Wednesday, May 3, 2017 Course #2691. Receive 1.0 General CLE credit. Jeena Cho is the author of The Anxious Lawyer: An 8-Week Guide to a Joyful and Satisfying Law Practice Through Mindfulness and Meditation (ABA). She is a contributor to Forbes and Above the Law where she covers (more…)
  • Aired Tuesday, April 18, 2017.  Receive 1.0 General CLE Credit.  This webinar is hosted by speaker Michelle Jernigan of Upchurch, Watson, White & Max. Effective negotiation is a skill and an art form, and is highly dependent upon effective communication. Since most of communication is non-verbal, many things get lost in the translation when parties (more…)
  • Aired Wednesday, March 8, 2017. Receive 1.0 General CLE Credit.  This webinar is hosted in conjunction with the YLD’s Commission on Women and speakers Deborah Baker-Egozi and Craig Leen. This webinar includes an interactive discussion about the effect that that current views of parental responsibility have on gender equity in the workplace. (more…)
  • Aired Tuesday,  January 31, 2017. Receive 1.0 General CLE, 1.0 State and Federal Government, and 1.0 Administrative Practice Certification CLE Credits. Course #2487R. This webinar is hosted by Ralph A. DeMeo, Shareholder with Hopping, Green & Sams. This webinar offers insight on everything you wanted to know about administrative law, but didn’t think to ask. (more…)
  • Aired Thursday,  November 17, 2016. Receive 1.0 General CLE. Course #2462R. This webinar is presented by Kimberly Sanchez, Executive Director of Community Legal Services of Mid-Florida.  This presentation will educate you on everything you wanted to know about Pro Bono, but didn’t think to ask.  (more…)
  • Aired Wednesday, October 26, 2016. Receive 1.0 General CLE and 1.0 Technology Credit. Course #2456R. This webinar is presented by John Stewart.  This presentation will cover current and emerging trends in technologies impacting the practice of law such as: cloud computing, online legal service providers, (more…)
  • Aired Wednesday, September 7, 2016. Receive 1.0 General CLE and 1.0 Ethics Credit. This webinar is presented by Dan Lear. Technology, outsourcing, pro-­-se filings and forms, and many other trends and forces are changing the way people use the law and the way lawyers think about how they practice.  (more…)