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  • 06.27.13Cybersecurity
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  • 03.07.13How Technology is Affecting the Real Estate Practice, 24th Annual Advanced Real Estate Drafting Course
  • How Technology is Affecting the Real Estate Practice, 24th Annual Advanced Real Estate Drafting Course(03.07.13)
  • 12.06.12Technology for You and Your 2013 Law Office, 6th Annual Advanced Real Estate Strategies Course
  • Technology for You and Your 2013 Law Office, 6th Annual Advanced Real Estate Strategies Course(12.06.12)
  • 10.26.12Commercial Mortgages & Technology: Old as Dirt Meets Jedi Knight; Mutual-Assured Destruction, a Clear Winner, or Both (?), 46th Annual University of Texas School of law - Mortgage Lending Institute
  • Commercial Mortgages & Technology: Old as Dirt Meets Jedi Knight; Mutual-Assured Destruction, a Clear Winner, or Both (?), 46th Annual University of Texas School of law - Mortgage Lending Institute(10.26.12)
  • 05.22.12Liability and Electronic Communications
  • Liability and Electronic Communications(05.22.12)

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