April 16, 2021

Volume XI, Number 106

American Law Institute-American Bar Association

Headquartered in Philadelphia and founded in 1947 as a joint undertaking of the American Law Institute and the American Bar Association, ALI-ABA provides post-admission education for the legal profession. ALI-ABA is dedicated to keeping the legal community abreast of current developments and providing practitioners with the resources necessary to enhance their practice. ALI-ABA offers a national curriculum of continuing legal education featuring traditional substantive CLE courses, litigation and transactional skills programs, distance learning courses, published books and periodicals, online materials, customized solutions for institutions and in-house services for lawyers at every stage of their careers. For more information, visit the ALI-ABA website at www.ali-aba.org.


Contributing authors from American Law Institute-American Bar Association:

Charles Bingaman Consulting
Charles C. Bingaman Consulting
Charles C. Bingaman is an independent consultant to CLE organizations, law firms, corporate legal departments and bar associations on professional education management and marketing, in-...
JoAnne Epps, Dean of the Temple University Beasley School of Law
Dean, Temple University James E. Beasley School of Law
JoAnne A. Epps has been Dean of the Temple University Beasley School of Law since 2008. She has been a frequent speaker on Evidence and Advocacy both domestically and internationally, and...
Thomas Hayward, Of Counsel at KL Gates
Of Counsel, K&L Gates LLP
Thomas Z. Hayward, Jr. is Of Counsel at K&L Gates, LLP in Chicago. He is widely recognized for his comprehensive experience in land use and general corporate matters. He is prominently...