ICLE, 0821 GABJ, GSB Vol. 27, No. 1, Pg. 90

PositionVol. 27 1 Pg. 90


Vol. 27 No. 1 Pg. 90

Georgia Bar Journal

August, 2021

Seeking Inspiration? ICLE Has You Covered!

As we embark upon a new Bar year, know that ICLE continues its work to inspire members and add value.


Are you looking for inspiration? It seems that so many people are given the conditions over the past year or so. This has been a unique and challenging time, leaving many searching for motivation, vision, stimulation and change. ICLE programs provide a solution for those pursuing a fresh and interesting perspective. Our programs break the monotony by fostering awareness of various topics surrounding the practice of law.

However, don’t just take my word for it. Recent attendees have expressed the following regarding programs that are currently available in the webcast library.

One viewer of the Living Well to Practice Well livestream hailed the program as, “One of the best CLE’s I have attended.” Another was excited to experience the diversity in programming and opined, “I like the uniqueness of this program! I also appreciate that the State Bar of Georgia is taking proactive steps to educate its members about physical, mental and emotional awareness.” A third attendee noted that it was “truly incredible to hear judges and lawyers talk about these topics with such vulnerability and humanity. Not addressed nearly enough.” Yet another viewer remarked, “There was a lot of useful information. ... I have never attended a CLE on this subject but I plan to in the future and will recommend this CLE to other attorneys.”

The Professionalism, Ethics & Malpractice program yielded the following impressions: ● “All presentations were among the best I have ever heard on the topics, and more importantly were also of great practical significance.”

● “Excellent program materials and exceptional presenters.”

● “The preparation of materials and presenters was top notch.”

Workers’ Compensation for the General Practitioner received great feedback from both seasoned and newer attorneys. One novice expressed, “It covered a wide variety of ‘nuts and bolts’ topics useful to me as a practitioner with limited workers’ compensation experience.” Another attorney new to the practice area stated, “This topic was all new to me. The agenda and the presenters’ approach to the material effectively maintained approachability for the novice, while providing useful information for...

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