- 4:00 p.m. - Registration opens
- 4:30 p.m. - CLE program
- 5:45 p.m. - Reception
- 7:10 p.m. - First pitch
About the Program
- Cost includes the CLE, baseball game, and reception.
- Discounted parking passes available. Buy ahead, pay $14. Wait until game day, pay $30 at the stadium.
- Frequently Asked Questions
Score CLE credits and awesome seats
Join your colleagues at Miller Park for a night of lively discussion, delicious appetizers, and captivating baseball!
Before the game starts, learn how to devise a playbook of your own…for maintaining professionalism in the courtroom, that is. In Why Lawyers Strike Out: Professionalism in Baseball & the Legal Profession, former prosecutor and trained educator Philip Bogdanoff will lead an interactive discussion about whether the unwritten rules of professionalism in baseball can apply to the legal profession. Afterwards, CLE attendees can slide on over to the Uecker Room to enjoy a complimentary reception.
You’ll also have time to explore Miller Park, and you might even catch a sneak peek of your favorite Brewers players as they warm up before the game.
When it’s time for the big event, make your way down to field level and settle into your third-base line seats to watch the Milwaukee Brewers play the San Francisco Giants. You might even be able to draw on the behaviors you learned earlier in the night, as you display excellent sportsmanship in cheering on the home team!
Space is limited—register today!
About the presenter
Philip Bogdanoff is a continuing education presenter for attorneys, prosecutors, police officers, and legal administrators. Prior to working as an educator, Philip was a prosecutor for the Summit County, Ohio Prosecutor’s Office for 30 years, during which time he argued 20 cases before the Ohio Supreme Court.
Philip first developed an interest in ethics and professionalism after participating on a task force with the Ohio Ethics commission and United States Attorney’s Offices to investigate corruption amongst high-ranking employees in Summit County government. Over the course of his career, Philip has worn multiple hats, acting as a legal advisor, instructor, and independent consultant for numerous law enforcement agencies.
In 2002, Philip was honored as the Summit County Prosecutor employee of the year; he officially retired from public service in 2008.