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A1. Lessons from the Coronavirus: What We Learned About Crisis and Project Management in CLE Organizations and Where to Go from Here


Presenters:
Karen D. Lee |  Sigalle Barness |  Lisa Carper |  Kristin Huotari |  Megan Knox Moore
Duration:
59 Minutes
Format:
Audio and Video


Description

Panelists will share how their organizations responded to the drastically changed CLE environment, crisis and project management tools they found helpful, and how they plan to continue navigating through the changing landscape ahead.

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Presenters

Karen D. Lee's Profile

Karen D. Lee Related seminars and products

Oregon State Bar


Karen joined the Oregon State Bar CLE Seminars Department in 2001 as a program attorney. She served as the department director from 2003 to 2020 and is currently the Oregon bar’s first Chief Equity and Professional Development Officer. Prior to becoming a CLE professional, she was a tax and transactional attorney and practiced in Oregon and Texas. A member of the Association for Continuing Education (ACLEA) since 2001, Karen has been involved in a variety of ACLEA activities, including serving on ACLEA’s Executive Committee and as President. Although her international travels are on pause during the current world health crisis, she remains a food experience enthusiast and a huge fan of dessert and the Oxford comma.


Sigalle Barness's Profile

Sigalle Barness Related seminars and products

Chief Operating Officer

Lawline.com


Sigalle provides leadership to ensure proper execution of Lawline's vision, values, and brand promises. She oversee all operations of the business including Content, Business Operations, Customer Experience, Marketing, and Development to effectively grow the organization. Before joining Lawline in March 2012, Sigalle litigated civil claims in areas such as landlord tenant, breach of contract and tax lien and mortgage foreclosures actions. She also handled transactional matters such as drafting residential and commercial leases, demand letters, and client conflict waivers. Sigalle is an avid lover of music, video games, blogging, asking questions and all things food. She is also fluent in Hebrew and enjoys writing fiction, traveling and scuba diving. Sigalle is dedicated to continuous and active learning, positive contribution to the legal community, and taking time to help others.


Lisa Carper's Profile

Lisa Carper Related seminars and products

Instructional Designer

Room 435


Lisa Carper is a freelance instructional designer for Room 435. She previously served as Continuing Education Director for Trial Guides and in a similar role for LexisNexis. Lisa plans to be the American version of JK Rowling; until that happens, however, she is very happy and excited to be in eLearning.


Kristin Huotari's Profile

Kristin Huotari Related seminars and products

Publications Director

Colorado Bar Association CLE


Kristin Huotari is the director of publications at CBA-CLE. Prior that that, she was the director of professional development for the State Bar of Wisconsin. She also worked as an attorney-editor with the CLE Books division since 2001. Kristin graduated from the University of Wisconsin Law School in 1995, and practiced in the areas of civil litigation and employment law.


Megan Knox Moore's Profile

Megan Knox Moore Related seminars and products

Co-Executive Director & Director of Programs

Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education


Megan Knox Moore is the Co-Executive Director and Director of Programs for the Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education. Megan joined the Institute staff in 2006 as a Program Attorney, later serving as Director of Publications and then Director of Programs before moving into her current role as Co-Executive Director in 2020. Before joining IICLE, Megan was a Staff Attorney for the Legislative Reference Bureau, where she drafted legislation and advised members of the Illinois General Assembly and their staffs on legislative proposals concerning local government, taxation, public utilities, and financial regulation. Megan earned her J.D. from Vermont Law School, where she graduated with a General Practice Program distinction. She was admitted to the practice of law in Illinois in 2003. She also holds a B.A. in English, cum laude, with University Honors, from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. Megan is an active in a number of professional organizations, including the Illinois State Bar Association and the Chicago Bar Association. She is also active in the Association for Continuing Legal Education (ACLEA), where she has served in leadership roles for a variety of initiatives. Currently she is co-chair of the Online Learning Committee. Megan and her husband, Shaun, have two daughters, Cameron and Madelyn, and a son, Ian. In her spare time, Megan enjoys traveling abroad, watching British murder mysteries, listening to true crime podcasts, attempting to complete at least one crochet project, and doing the New York Times Sunday crossword even if she has to google some of the answers. 


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