Monday, July 25, 2011

4 Reasons Every Attorney Should Present Live CLE Seminars

by Abigail Cella, Esq.

I enjoyed presenting at the 6th Annual Sterling Education Services Landlord-Tenant Law seminar held on July 13, 2011 in Indianapolis, IN. I decided to join the faculty for this seminar in order to

Present Live CLE Seminars
  1. Share my seven years of knowledge and experience in the area of real estate litigation, 
  2. Gain additional knowledge in the area, 
  3. Network with other lawyers and individuals involved in landlord-tenant matters and 
  4. Obtain continuing legal education credits.

Prior to the seminar, Sterling Education Services provided helpful reminders and tips for preparing written materials and tips for presenting at the seminar. The seminar was well organized and attended by lawyers that practice in the area as well as residential landlords interested in learning more about landlord-tenant law in Indiana.

The seminar provided great networking opportunities, the chance to learn more about my area of practice and continuing legal education credits. The atmosphere allowed for comfortable discussion of various topics between the presenters and the attendees.

I look forward to the opportunity to present in the future.

 

About the Author:

Abigail CellaAbigail Cella is an associate with the Indianapolis office of Ice Miller LLP. She concentrates her practice in land use and business litigation. Ms. Cella practices in both state and federal court and represents clients in administrative agency and quasi-judicial hearings.Her trial experience includes representing businesses in litigation involving landlord-tenant, eminent domain, land use, zoning, insurance, contract, riparian rights, mineral rights, collection, and tax sale issues.

 

If you are interested in being contacted regarding speaking opportunities with Sterling, please send us your information or call 715-855-0495.

 

 

 

 

Topics: Attorney Life, Continuing Education Seminars, CLE Credit, Presenting, Networking


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