Diane Seltzer Torre to Co-Teach “Crisis Management for Lawyers” Through American University-Washington College of Law’s Office of Online Education.

Diane Seltzer Torre is currently working with American University-Washington College of Law’s Office of Online Education and a well-known, highly esteemed leader in the field of Crisis Management to develop and co-teach the course, “Crisis Management for Lawyers.”  Details to follow soon on this exciting project…the course is due to launch in late Spring 2017!

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Diane Seltzer Torre to Teach D.C. Bar Continuing Legal Education Program, “Drafting Employee Handbooks.”

On April 20, 2017, Diane Seltzer Torre will teach the D.C. Bar Continuing Legal Education Program, “Drafting Employee Handbooks.”

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Diane Seltzer Torre to Teach D.C. Bar Continuing Legal Education Program, “Determining Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) Leave: Key Concepts and Recent Developments.”

On March 23, 2017, Diane Seltzer Torre will teach the D.C. Bar Continuing Legal Education Program, “Determining Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) Leave: Key Concepts and Recent Developments.”

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Diane Seltzer Torre Co-Authors Chapter in Maryland State Bar Association publication, “Maryland Employment Law Desk Book”

Diane Seltzer Torre co-authored the chapter entitled, “Comparing Select Federal and Maryland Procedural Standards” in the Maryland State Bar Association publication, “Maryland Employment Law Deskbook” (October 2016).

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Diane Seltzer Torre appointed Chair of D.C. Bar’s Continuing Legal Education Committee for November 2016-October 2017 Term

The Board of Governors of the D.C. Bar has confirmed the appointment of Diane Seltzer Torre as Chair of the Continuing Legal Education Committee for a one year term beginning November 1, 2016.

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Diane Seltzer Torre To Teach D.C. Bar Continuing Legal Education Program, “Can They Fire Me For Putting That On FaceBook?”

On October 5, 2016, Diane Seltzer Torre will again teach the D.C. Bar Continuing Legal Education Program, “Can They Fire Me for Putting That on FaceBook?” The course will focus on recent court decisions and National Labor Relations Board cases addressing the legality of terminations that are based on social media postings.

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