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2022 Annual Convention

July 16-19 | Seattle, WA

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Electronic Medical Records, Audit Trails, and E-Discovery Webcast


Webinar Platform

This webinar streams online through Zoom
Time: 11:00 am – 2:00 pm Eastern Time 

Check-in: 10:55 am Eastern Time
9:55 am—Central Time
8:55 am—Mountain Time
7:55 am—Pacific Time
Note: Parts of Arizona and Hawaii do not observe daylight savings.  Please be sure to note correct time for the webinar you register for.

Access Link and Materials

Confirmation of your registration and Zoom link will be sent via email within three days before the program. Course materials, evaluations, and CLE information will be sent to you via email one day following the program.

MCLE Credit Information

This webinar is currently in the process of being accredited for 5.25* hours of CLE credit. If you are barred in Florida, Illinois, Virginia, or Washington, you are encouraged to self-apply for credit. See our CLE FAQ page for more details.

Please Note: Contact your state CLE administrator to determine whether it accepts webinars for mandatory CLE credit. Earn approximately 5.25* CLE credits to be applied to your participation in AAJ’s professional recognition programs. AAJ Education programs are routinely accredited by states requiring continuing legal education. CLE questions may be addressed by reading our FAQ or by calling the CLE Assistant at 800-622-1791 or 202-965-3500, ext. 9594.

*Number of credits may vary depending on calculation method used by individual state accreditation agencies.

Note for Florida: Per 2021 amendments to Florida Bar Rule 6-10.3(d) by the Supreme Court of Florida, the Florida Bar is prohibited from approving CLE credit attendance of any program that “uses quotas based on race, ethnicity, gender…” in the selection of faculty. Due to this Rule, at this time AAJ is unable to offer CLE credit to attorneys licensed in Florida. AAJ and other organizations have filed comments in response to the amendment, asking the court to rescind its decision. AAJ is committed to promoting and cultivating diversity among the trial lawyer community and ensuring diversity among its faculty at education programs. To learn more, you can read the court’s decision and comments filed in response.

Reasonable Accommodations

Individuals who need a reasonable accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act to access AAJ’s conferences or training courses should contact us by one of the following means:   

  • Write to us at AAJ Education, 777 6th St NW, Suite 200, Washington, DC 20001;  
  • Call us at (800) 622-1791; or
  • Send us an email at education@justice.org. 

Requesters should provide information about the nature of the requested accommodation and include contact information (such as an email address, residential address, or telephone number) at which they can be reached.  Depending on the nature of the request, we may need sufficient advance notice to provide a reasonable accommodation. 

Terms and Conditions

By registering for this AAJ Education program, you agree to receive electronic, written, and telephonic communication from AAJ staff regarding the program and to have your name, firm, city, and state included on the participant and exhibitor/sponsor roster.  AAJ may also need to contact you to service your membership record or to provide you with information about your membership, products and services, and advocacy and legislative updates.  By providing your contact information, including phone number, fax number, and email address, you consent and give permission for AAJ to contact you by any of those means, which may include calls to your mobile phone, faxes, or emails. You may contact AAJ at any time to change your preferences.