A legal seminar planned, authored, and moderated by Kimberly Bryan (along with co-planner Whit Clanton and a stellar team of speakers) won the 2014 Award of Professional Excellence presented by the Association for Continuing Legal Education (ACLEA). ACLEA is an international organization of continuing legal education professionals from all 50 US States, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.
Kimberly planned and presented the program, titled “The War of the Roses in the Digital Age,” in conjunction with the NC Bar Association. Kimberly’s seminar took Top Honors in the highly competitive “Programs” category. The seminar has been attended by nearly 1000 lawyers through the State and focuses on legal and ethical issues presented by electronic and digital communications and evidence.
This is the second ACLEA award for Kimberly. Her seminar (co-planned with Nancy Grace accompanied by a team of excellent speakers and presented by the NC Bar Association), “Critical Cases: the Top 50 Family Law Cases,” took 2nd place in 2013, receiving the award for “Outstanding Achievement,” also in the competitive Programs category. Kimberly is the Managing Editor for the book of the same name that was spun off following the success of the seminar.