The Ohio State Bar Association has created a series of instructional videos posted on YouTube for new attorneys who are beginning their careers in the practice of law. I was delighted to be part of that program. While I’m not ready to launch my very own YouTube channel, there are two videos I’d like to tell you about.
In the second, I discuss the basics of Ohio’s court system. To watch that one, click here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WpOPYz1dcu4
Although the series is directly primarily toward new layers, I hope this information will be helpful to you, too.
Wednesday, April 13, 2011
The Court’s Judicial College launched the Judicial eCademy Tuesday. It allows users interested in education and training to browse courses, access material, register and take selected courses entirely online, all without leaving home or the office.
But the best feature about the service is that it will save time by reducing travel expenses for local courts and money by reducing printing costs for course materials for the Court.
To read more about the eCademy, visit the website www.judicialecademy.ohio.gov/.
Posted by Judith Ann Lanzinger at 10:17 AM