Richard B. Risk CLE Practicum Series

Richard B. Risk CLE Practicum Series

Richard B. Risk (JD ’01) has made a CLE Practicum Series possible at TU College of Law, replacing the Faculty Alumni Showcase Series (FASS). TU Law continues to invite faculty members and alumni to present based on their diverse areas of experience. The Risk CLE’s are held at noon in the Price & Turpen Courtroom at the College of Law during the academic year. TU Law offers one hour of CLE credit for each session for TU Law alumni and the legal community at no charge.

Upcoming Risk CLE’s:
Postponed to Fall 2020: “Actions in Response to the Opioid Epidemic” – Kristin Harrington (JD ’06) and Joy Thorp (JD ’02)

Recent Risk CLE’s:
“The Trials and Tribulations of Banking Marijuana Businesses” – John Hickey (JD ’84)
“Regulatory Solutions to the Downsides of Wind Energy” – Professor Warigia Bowman
“Non-profits and the Law: Board Duties and Ethical Considerations for Serving on Non-Profit Boards” – Hugh Robert (BA ’98, JD ’08)
“Carpenter v. Murphy: What will it mean for us?” – Professor Judith Royster
“Trial and Discovery in the Age of Social Media and Electronic Devices” – Chad Moody (BS ’94, JD ’97)
“A Question of Our Time: A Driverless Future?” – Mbilike M. Mwafulirwa (LFM ’10, JD ’12)
“SSD Law Practice after the Eric Conn, Con.” – Paul F. McTighe, Jr. (JD ’72)
“Can You be Civil and a Zealous Advocate?” – Ann Keele (JD ’06) TCBA President
“A Frothy Outcome: Craig v. Boren” – Curtis Craig (JD ’80)
“End-of-Life Law and Ethics in a Medical Setting” – Jan Slater (JD/MBA ’91)


Video Archive – FASS