The 19th Annual Ethics, Professionalism, and Civility Workshop (September 2017) [17516-MP3 / 17516-FSV]

The 19th Annual Ethics, Professionalism, and Civility Workshop (September 2017) [17516-MP3 / 17516-FSV]

Original Program Date: September 12, 2017
Duration: 6 hours, 4 minutes
Credits: Ethics: 6.00
List Price:$275.00
Purchase Agreement
This program was a live seminar and webcast presented on September 12, 2017, in Seattle, WA. If you attended the live seminar or webcast and reported CLE credits, you cannot also report credits from watching or listening to this recording.

While ethics issues are a part of every attorney’s practice, in the end you want to address the real-world application of the Rules of Professional Conduct. In this recorded seminar, a top- notch panel of experienced regional attorneys engage in lively debate on various ethics and risk management issues. Presented are a variety of hypothetical fact patterns and intriguing discussions that will foster far-reaching thought into what professional responsibility means within your practice.

Program Chairs and Moderators:
Peter R. Jarvis – Holland & Knight, LLP, Portland, OR
David J. Elkanich – Holland & Knight, LLP, Portland, OR

Jeanne Marie Clavere – Washington State Bar Association, Seattle, WA
Judge Ronald Cox – Washington State Court of Appeals Division 1, Seattle, WA
Richard Goldfarb – Stoel Rives LLP, Seattle, WA
Amanda Lee – Law Office of Amanda Lee, Seattle, WA

Full program agenda and faculty
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Coursebook contains 26 pages.

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