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Live CLE Webinar: Mediation and Arbitration: A Closer Look
December 15, 2022 @ 11:30 am - 12:30 pmClick Here to Register
Sponsored by the Young Lawyers Section
*All members are invited to attend
Join the ADLA Younger Lawyers’ Section for a CLE webinar providing effective tips for mediation, ethics and the arbitrator selection process, and arbitration discovery basics. The discussion will be led by a panel of three: Lee Copeland, Bruce Rogers, and Scott Simpson.
Lee Copeland is a partner with Copeland, Franco, Screws & Gill in Montgomery. Lee handles a wide variety of legal matters, including mediation, products liability, malpractice, and a host of general commercial claims. He is active in local and state level bar activities, having served as President of the Alabama State Bar and Montgomery County Bar Association. Lee received his undergraduate and law degree from the University of Alabama.
Bruce Rogers is a partner with the Bainbridge Mims Rogers & Smith law firm in Birmingham, Alabama. In addition to his mediation practice, he has extensive experience in a variety of practice areas, such as shareholder and business litigation, government investigations, estate and trust matters and insurance coverage issues. An active member of the Birmingham community, Mr. Rogers has served on various civic and charitable boards in the metro area. Mr. Rogers graduated from Birmingham-Southern College and Vanderbilt School of Law, where he served as Managing Editor of the Law Review.
Scott Simpson founded the firm Simpson, McMahan, Glick & Burford with his wife in 2007. A former corporate general counsel, Scott now specializes in dispute resolution. Scott is a Registered Mediator, Registered Appellate Mediator, Commercial Arbitrator for the American Arbitration Association, and a licensed Real Estate Broker. He has conducted mediations in 26 states and has also been involved in many arbitration cases. He earned a B.A. degree from the University of Florida in 1989 and received his Juris Doctor degree from the Cumberland School of law at Samford University in 1993.
This course or a portion thereof has been approved by the Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Commission of Alabama for a maximum of 1 hours’ credit, including 1 hour of ethics.