Saturday, April 7, 2012

Must See Katrina Program - Offered Free for a Short While

Sometimes a program comes along that is exceptional, something that all ABA members should see. This program is one of those exceptional programs. It makes you feel the tragedy that happened to one of our greatest cities, one of the treasures of this country, like no other program on Katrina has done to date.

Because this is a MUST SEE program, the TIPS Task Force on Disaster Preparedness and Response, in partnership with West LegalEdcenter, part of Thomson Reuters, is offering complimentary access to this program to all ABA members for 30 days. The fact that TIPS is making this extraordinary effort to make this program available to all members, means this is a program you won't want to miss! We hope you find it to be a valuable experience like those who saw this program presented live at the ABA Midyear Meeting in New Orleans on February 3rd. Additionally, our hope is that airing this program will increase disaster preparedness efforts in your local communities.

When the Levees Broke: Lessons Learned From Judicial and Governmental Response to Hurricane Katrina, discusses the unique challenges that Federal, state and local governments, and members of the judiciary encounter when faced with a disaster. This program features Kathleen Strickland of Ropers, Majeski, Kohn and Bentley, Jennifer Kilpatrick of Degan, Blanchard & Nash, Honorable Madeleine Landrieu and Honorable Karen Wells Roby, as they discuss their experience with these issues in the wake of Hurricane Katrina and what they've learned in the process.

If you have previously registered with West LegalEdcenter, you can simply click on the link below, sign in and enroll in the free program. If you have not previously registered, you can create a free profile, sign in, and then enroll in the free program. It's that easy!

View the Complimentary Program
*Complimentary program does not include CLE Credit

For CLE Credit, View the Program for $50

Kathleen N. Strickland
Chair, TIPS Task Force on Disaster Preparedness & Response

Randy J. Aliment
Chair, ABA Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Section

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