Municipal Attorneys Winter Conference and Fundamentals Workshop

The 2021 Winter Conference is being offered virtually. Instructions will be emailed to particpants upon registration and again the week before the Conference. 

 



  • Fundamentals Workshop (Thursday, March 25, 2021): 

    Fundamentals for Municipal Attorneys is designed especially for attorneys who are new to municipal law, and is open to anyone who is interested in a basic introduction to municipal law. The Fundamentals for Municipal Attorneys program will be held from 9am-12:15pm ONLINE via Zoom on March 25 and will include 1 hour of ethics. 

  • Detailed Fundamentals Agenda

  • Municipal Attorneys' Winter Conference (Thursday and Friday, March 25-26, 2021): 

    This conference, held ONLINE via Zoom, will focus on legal aspects of policing for municipal attorneys:
    Topics will include, Citizen Review Boards, Police Employee Issues, Social Media, Ethics, Law Enforcement 
    CLE will include one hour of ethics and one tech hour.

  •  Detailed Conference Agenda

    NOTE: Following the business meeting Caroline Mackie (attorney, Poyner Spruill) and Blake Esselstyn (geographer and demographer, Mapfigure Consulting) will provide a 30-minute presentation regarding census redistricting. There is no separate charge or CLE credit for this.  

 

Additional information

 

 

2021 CLE: Pending Approval

General4.25 hrs
Ethics1.00 hrs
Technology1.00 hrs
Total6.25 hrs
There currently are no scheduled offerings of this course.

ZOOM Instructions


Agendas and Forms:

2021 Fundamentals Agenda

2021 Winter Conference Agenda

2021 Fundamentals Workshop Partial Credit CLE Form 

2021 Winter Conference Partial Credit CLE Form


Session Materials for Fundamentals Workshop:


Introduction to Local Government Law
 (Bob Joyce)

Introduction to Local Government Finance  (Kara Millonzi)

Who is Your Client? Municipal Attorney Ethics (Chris McLaughlin, Panelists)

Session Materials for Winter Conference:


Citizen Review Boards 
(Jeff Welty, Panelists)

Employee Speech: What is Protected and What Can the Employer Do? (Bob Joyce)

Ethics: City Attorney/Police Attorney Panel: Who is the Client?  (Chris Mclaughlin, Panelists)

Police-Related Liability – Excessive Force and Other Law Enforcement Issues  (Dan Hartzog)

Police and Social Media, How They Use It, First Amendment Issues Related to Public Comments  (Shannon Tufts)

Legislative Update 

Business Meeting
NOTE: Following the business meeting Caroline Mackie (attorney, Poyner Spruill) and Blake Esselstyn (geographer and demographer, Mapfigure Consulting) will provide a 30-minute presentation regarding census redistricting. There is no separate charge or CLE credit for this.  

For all registration questions, resetting passwords, or login issues please contact:

Dale Zuckert

Assistant Registrar, Registration and Client Services Group
919.966.4414
For questions regarding course details, including location, schedule, materials, and continuing education credits, please contact:

Alycia Inserra

Programs Director
919.843.7736
David M. Lawrence Distinguished Professor of Public Law and Government