LawProCLE Webcast with Shane Herbert

In a LawProCLE live webcast on February 2, 2018, Shane Herbert presented a general overview of Family Law Basics to benefit attorneys new to the area of family law. He discussed initial consultations, client intake, temporary and permanent relief, mediation, children’s issues and discovery. During the webcast, he answered specific questions from attorneys.

“Practicing family law is a great way to advocate for children and helping families in crisis,” Shane said. “I am honored to present a LawProCLE course that explores all the possible ways to help people in family law matters for other attorneys new to the practice area,” he said.

The course is available on demand here for attorney Continuing Legal Education (CLE). Members of The Florida Bar are required to complete 33 hours of CLE over a three-year period. In addition to areas of practice focus, required CLE includes ethics, professionalism, substance abuse, mental illness awareness, bias elimination and technology.

As an attorney at West Family Law Group, Shane focuses upon helping families who are going through difficult transitions. Admitted to the Florida Bar in 2010, he limits his practice to marital and family law. Shane was named to the 2017 Rising Star list by Florida Super Lawyers, an honor given to less than 2.5 percent of Florida lawyers, regardless of practice area. 

AVVO Rated as a Superb Top Attorney Family, he received the AVVO Clients’ Choice 2016 Family designation. He is a member of the Orange County Bar Association. Shane is serving his second term as treasurer for the Greater Orlando Asian American Bar Association and previously served two terms as President of the Jacksonville Asian American Bar Association. Prior to attending law school, Shane worked for two years with families in crisis and advocating for abused and neglected children in Indianapolis, which led him to his desire to attend law school. During law school, Shane spent one of his summers working for Children’s Legal Services, furthering his ability to advocate for children in need. 

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