The 15th Annual Law of Lawyering Conference: The Nothing New Under the Sun Edition (December 2017) [C18505]

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Seminar Date: December 15, 2017
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This seminar took place on December 15, 2017 in Seattle, WA.
GENERAL | ETHICS


Product Description:


The most distinguished faculty from around the region discuss, dissect and debate the core values and responsibilities of being a lawyer.

The Law of Lawyering — the court rules, statutes, and decisional authority that direct us in the conduct of our relationships with our clients, the courts, the witnesses, the justice system and even our opponents — is grounded in our core professional values: honesty, diligence, competence, reasonable fees, loyalty, confidentiality, the duty to inform, respect for the courts and altruism.

This year marks the 15th year of the annual Law of Lawyering. Please join our co-chairs Mark Fucile and Mark Johnson along with distinguished faculty for the Washington State Bar Association’s Law of Lawyering, dryly subtitled: "The Nothing New Under the Sun Edition". Stay up to date with current ethics issues related to cyberterrorism and ransomware, artificial intelligence, virtual offices and the new advertising rules.


Table of Contents:

Chapter 1A: The Ethics Year in Review
Mark Johnson


Chapter 1B: The Ethics Year in Review
Mark Fucile


Chapter 2: The New Proposed Advertising Rules
Bruce Johnson
Peter Jarvis
Moderator: Doug Ende


Chapter 3: Cyber Terrorism, Ransomware and Cyber Security
David Elkanich
Dayna Underhill


Chapter 4: Artificial Intelligence and the Law - Revolution or Evolution?
Michael Sprangers


Chapter 5: Litigation Ethics Hypotheticals
Salvador Mungia
Russ Aoki
Steve Sirianni
Elizabeth Weinstein
Moderator: Mark Johnson


Chapter 6: Ethical Issues Attendant to a Virtual Law Office
Anne Seidel
Jeanne Marie Clavere
Noah Weil
Moderator: Mark Fucile


Chapter 7: Rules of Professional Conduct (Table of Rules)




Coursebook contains 268 pages