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Attorney Security 2023

Product ID: CA3474R7
Presented By: State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

This program is an excerpt from Advanced Skills & Techniques for Family Law Practice 2022

Self-care 

Legal disputes are inherently adversarial and can involve very high stakes for the parties involved. For those in the legal profession, threats and violent behavior sometimes come with the already emotionally charged territory. In a 2019 survey of State Bar of Wisconsin members, approximately half the respondents reported that they had received threats or been victims of physical assault.1 Anecdotal evidence and statistics may not reflect your own experiences, but there’s never a bad time to learn more about maximizing your personal safety. 

Enter Attorney Security, where Ann Olson, a Policy Analyst with the Wisconsin Supreme Court’s Office of Court Operations will outline simple steps that you can take to help protect yourself, your coworkers, and your family from potential harm. You’ll examine: 

  • What the Supreme Court Rules require when it comes to courthouse security
  • Measures implemented by the state and counties to increase courthouse security
  • Examples of recent security threats and incidents
  • How attorneys can support courthouse security
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OnDemand seminar

Pricing

Member $99.00

Non-Member $149.00

Credits

1 CLE

Date and Time

Thursday, September 21, 202312:00 PM - 1:00 PM CT

Add to Calendar 9/21/2023 12:00:00 PM 9/21/2023 1:00:00 PM America/Chicago Attorney Security 2023

This program is an excerpt from Advanced Skills & Techniques for Family Law Practice 2022

Self-care 

Legal disputes are inherently adversarial and can involve very high stakes for the parties involved. For those in the legal profession, threats and violent behavior sometimes come with the already emotionally charged territory. In a 2019 survey of State Bar of Wisconsin members, approximately half the respondents reported that they had received threats or been victims of physical assault.1 Anecdotal evidence and statistics may not reflect your own experiences, but there’s never a bad time to learn more about maximizing your personal safety. 

Enter Attorney Security, where Ann Olson, a Policy Analyst with the Wisconsin Supreme Court’s Office of Court Operations will outline simple steps that you can take to help protect yourself, your coworkers, and your family from potential harm. You’ll examine: 

  • What the Supreme Court Rules require when it comes to courthouse security
  • Measures implemented by the state and counties to increase courthouse security
  • Examples of recent security threats and incidents
  • How attorneys can support courthouse security
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This program is an excerpt from Advanced Skills & Techniques for Family Law Practice 2022

Self-care 

Legal disputes are inherently adversarial and can involve very high stakes for the parties involved. For those in the legal profession, threats and violent behavior sometimes come with the already emotionally charged territory. In a 2019 survey of State Bar of Wisconsin members, approximately half the respondents reported that they had received threats or been victims of physical assault.1 Anecdotal evidence and statistics may not reflect your own experiences, but there’s never a bad time to learn more about maximizing your personal safety. 

Enter Attorney Security, where Ann Olson, a Policy Analyst with the Wisconsin Supreme Court’s Office of Court Operations will outline simple steps that you can take to help protect yourself, your coworkers, and your family from potential harm. You’ll examine: 

  • What the Supreme Court Rules require when it comes to courthouse security
  • Measures implemented by the state and counties to increase courthouse security
  • Examples of recent security threats and incidents
  • How attorneys can support courthouse security
Read More ↓

Ann Olson has been with the Wisconsin Supreme Court’s Office of Court Operations since 2015. She supports the Supreme Court’s Planning and Policy Advisory Committee and focuses on a range of topics, including court security, finance, tribal courts, videoconferencing, mental health, problem-solving courts, court statistics, and data analysis. Ms. Olson previously worked for the City of Evanston, Illinois and the St. Paul, Minnesota City Council. Prior to this, she worked for the Waukesha County Board of Supervisors as a Legislative Policy Advisor. She served as a Budget Analyst with the U.S. Department of Education while participating in the Presidential Management Fellowship program. Ms. Olson also completed a detail assignment with the federal Office of Management and Budget, where she focused on energy assistance programs and general budget policy. She holds undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of Michigan – Ann Arbor.

  • Hear about state and county efforts to maintain court security in Wisconsin
  • Find out how attorneys can support courthouse security efforts
  • Learn simple ways to maximize your safety at home and in the office
  • Get practical advice on enhancing your online safety and security
  • All attorneys
  • Paralegals
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