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Ethics CLE Course Catalog

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62 minutes
Ethical Considerations in eDiscovery: Rules and Responsibilities
In this webinar, experts will go over these ethical obligations, court cases where attorneys didn’t meet their obligations, and the impact it had on the cases and/or attorneys directly.

Everlaw

$75

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The Nuts and Bolts of Ethics Screening: Who, What, Where, When, Why, and How to Build It at Your Firm.
Join us as we talk through the nuts and bolts of conflicts and how to prevent one lawyer's conflict of interest from disqualifying the entire law firm.

American Bar Association

$75

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Working Remotely: Ethical Considerations During and After COVID-19
What ethical considerations do you need to consider working remotely? Join these speakers as they discuss transitioning to "working from the kitchen table".

American Bar Association

$75

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Maintaining Lawyer Wellness in the Face of COVID-19 and a Troubled Economy
The effects of “the new normal” vary from lawyer to lawyer, but they include increased alcohol usage, sleeping less, feeling anxious/stressed, having headaches, gaining weight, being distracted at home and unable to focus on their law practice, worrying over finances, being frightened of contracting COVID-19, feeling overwhelmed learning new technologies, feeling lonely or depressed, etc. For many, the most pressing worry is that they will not be able to save their law practice. Our presenters will take you through many of the manifestations of being unwell and offer suggestions and resources to help maintain lawyer wellness.

American Bar Association

$75

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61 minutes
Are Outside Counsel Guidelines a Threat to the Practice?
Have outside counsel guidelines gone a step too far? Are they being used to inappropriately restrict lawyers?

Join this terrific panel of ABA members and ethics lawyers Anthony Davis, Bruce Green, and Eric Hirschhorn as they grapple with the issues and discuss whether the ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct should be amended to address these and similar concerns or whenever these should be left to bargaining between clients and their outside counsel.

American Bar Association

$75

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Staying Mentally Safe, Sound, and Sober During COVID-19
Global pandemics like COVID-19 put into stark relief the extraordinary stressors that you, your firm's employee and your clients are under. How do you recognize the signs and symptoms of behavioral health disorders that can be adversely affected by the current situation? And do you have the strategies to address these? Making sure you do is part of the ethical responsibility you owe your client(s).

American Bar Association

$75

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Ethical Considerations for Use of Online Tools for Dispute Neutrals in the COVID-19 Era
In light of social distancing caused by the novel coronavirus, more people will be looking to online resources to carry out dispute resolution. Join one of the leaders in developing Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) as he walks you through the ethical challenges in using online tools.

American Bar Association

$75

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60 minutes
A Cultural Competency Primer for the Young Lawyer
Get a brief overview of what cultural competency is, what implicit bias is, how it impacts the legal profession, and tips that you can begin implementing immediately to start working towards becoming culturally competent.

American Bar Association

$75

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61 minutes
Walk a Mile in My Shoes: The Ethics Challenges of Bankruptcy Attorneys Who Represent Debtors in Chapter 13 Cases
This interactive ethics panel will require the panelists to take on role-reversals and encourage audience participation and debate about what can be done to support experienced professionals, and to avoid the continued diminution of the practice by having parties take on the challenges of the “other side.”

American Bankruptcy Institute

$75

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