(Recorded Webinar February 17, 2015)

Training Description: Join Daniel Slimak, Esq. and Sally Bassett, Esq. as they review and provide commentary on criminal opinions published by the Nevada Supreme Court in 2014.

Faculty: Daniel Slimak, Esq. and Sally Bassett, Esq., Supreme Court of Nevada

Continuing Education Credit: 1.0 CLE/CJE (Quiz and Certificate of Attendance Rrquired to receive continuing legal/judicial education credit.) NOTE: CLE credit for this course is approved through December 31, 2018 and will then be stale dated.


(Recorded Webinar April 7, 2014)

Training Description: Do you know how to use Contact Manager? Do you need a refresher on how to use it? If so this webinar is for you. You will learn how to navigate, make mailing lists, create envelopes and labels, read judicial history, and how to copy columns of data for use as a database for merging records. Please note: Contact Manager has up-to-date information therefore learning about this program is beneficial.

Faculty: Vicki Elefante, Court Services Analyst, Supreme Court of Nevada, Administrative Office of the Courts

Continuing Education Credit: None

Course Effective Date: April 7, 2014

Course Description: This course is designed to provide you with the basic information you need for your position as a law clerk with the Nevada Supreme Court. In this course you will become acquainted with the organizational structure of the Supreme Court and the various departments within the court. You will also learn the functions of a law clerk which include but are not limited to: the writing of bench memos, dispositions, editing, and the ethical concerns you will face in the clerk position, and court technology and applications.

Faculty: Nevada Supreme Court Clerk's Office, Judicial Programs & Services, and Information Technology Staff

Continuing Education Credit: 3.5 CLE (Review and Certificate of Attendance required to receive continuing legal education credit.) NOTE: CLE credit for this course is approved through December 31, 2017 and will then be stale dated.