Lexis CLE Class Writing strategies
Brenna Clanton, LexisNexis Client Manager
Date: November 21, 2019
After completing this course, the viewer will be able to: understand how to effectively write for the intended audience and utilize tactics to best serve their readers; implement easy writing and formatting tips to better assist "quick-flip" and non-attorney readers; identify common policy and contract drafting errors and downfalls; and demonstrate how to draft more concise contracts and policies.
ATTORNEYS PLEASE NOTE: CLE credit could only be earned if you participated during the live event.
Bloomberg Presents: Drivers and Disrupters Index
Tom Orlik, Chief Economist, Bloomberg
Date: November 13, 2019
Bloomberg’s Chief Economist Tom Orlik shared the findings of the Drivers and Disrupters Index - a new way of defining country competitiveness in the global economy. Tom also shared Bloomberg Economics’ latest assessment of the outlook for global growth and the trade war.
Tom Orlik is the Chief Economist for Bloomberg Economics. He’s author of Understanding China's Economic Indicators – a guide to China’s economic data. He is based in Washington DC following more than a decade in Beijing.
Bloomberg Presents: Advanced Materials
Julia Attwood, BloombergNEF
Date: October 15, 2019
Bloomberg’s Advanced Materials team examines the material technologies that could speed the transition to a more efficient and more sustainable economy. This talk touched on the industries and applications driving material changes, and who stands to benefit. Our presenter covered:
The State Strikes Back: with Nicholas R. Lardy
Mr. Nicholas R. Lardy, Anthony M. Solomon Senior Fellow, Peterson Institute for International Economics
Date: August 1, 2019
China’s extraordinarily rapid economic growth since 1978, driven by market-oriented reforms, has set world records and continued unabated, despite predictions of an inevitable slowdown. In The State Strikes Back: The End of Economic Reform in China?, renowned China scholar Nicholas R. Lardy argues that China’s future growth prospects could be equally bright but are shadowed by the specter of resurgent state dominance, which has begun to diminish the vital role of the market and private firms in China’s economy.
Sarah Chayes on Why Corruption Threatens Global Security
Sarah Chayes, Senior Associate, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Date: January 22, 2015
In Thieves of State, Sarah Chayes, a former adviser to the Joint Chiefs of Staff, explains how government’s oldest problem is its greatest destabilizing force. In a thrilling narrative that includes insider revelations about the conduct of the Afghanistan war, and a provocative argument linking Martin Luther to the Arab Spring, Chayes challenges conventional wisdom about corruption and its implications.
Caitlyn Antrim on the Law of the Sea Convention
Caitlyn Antrim, Executive Director of the Rule of Law Committee for the Oceans
Date: January 21, 2015
Caitlyn Antrim discusses the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea. It is surprising that the U.S. is not a party to the current codification of the Law of the Sea — the 1982 UN Convention on the Law of the Sea. This is so despite widespread support for the Convention among U.S. industry, environmental NGOs, academics, Congress, and all U.S. Presidents since the Convention was submitted by President Clinton to the Senate for its advice and consent to accession in 1994 as well as nearly universal global adherence (some 165 States).