Social Security Disability Law

October 13, 2017

The University of Alabama School of Law, Tuscaloosa
8:20 a.m.
6 MCLE Credit Hours, including 1 Ethics Hour

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Don’t miss this unique opportunity to learn from the experts in this specialized area of practice! Whether you are an experienced practitioner or new to Social Security practice, this program emphasizes the practical information you need to effectively represent your clients.  

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If you are unable to attend this seminar in person, you also have the option of watching LIVE from your own computer. Live webcasting allows attorneys from all parts of the state to have access to quality speakers and programs without having to travel. Webcasts count as "live credits" just as if the viewer were in attendance at the seminar. 

TO REGISTER FOR THE WEBCASTClick Here and follow the on screen instructions.

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To pay by credit card, select a registration option below:

$349 Registration after 12:00 p.m. the day before the seminar Registration
At the seminar you will receive the materials on flash drive. If time permits, you will receive a link for downloading the seminar materials before the seminar.
To pay by check, you may download and print the mail in registration form.
Mail your form and check to: CLE Alabama, Box 870384, Tuscaloosa, AL 35487-0384.

8:00        Registration and Continental Breakfast Buffet

8:20        Welcome
Morning Presider:  Kitty H. Whitehurst, Whitehurst & Whitehurst, Tuscaloosa

8:30        The Basics of Handling a SSD Case
Anne Wagner, Attorney at Law, Cleveland, Tennessee

9:30        Networking and Refreshment Break

9:40        Recent Regulatory Changes Impacting Medical Source Evidence: the Abolition of the Treating Physician Rule
Sarah H. Bohr, Bohr & Harrington LLC, Atlantic Beach, FL

11:10     Listing 12.00
James A. Abernathy II, Abernathy Disability Law LLC, Tuscaloosa            

11:40     Lunch on your own

Afternoon Presider:  Victoria A. Farr, Attorney at Law, Tuscaloosa

12:40     Changes to Evidentiary Rules
Judge Roger Lott, SSA Office of Disability Adjudication & Review, Tupelo, Mississippi

1:40        Networking and Refreshment Break

1:50        Ethical Issues in SSD Practice
Janet P. Cox, Cox Disability Law LLC, Birmingham

2:50        Mental Issues: Why the Consultant Exam on Your Client May Be Worthless and How to Challenge It
Dr. John R. Goff, Clinical Neuropsychologist, Tuscaloosa

3:50        Adjourn