Co-produced with State Bar of Wisconsin Committee on Professional Ethics
The latest ethics opinions
Is it ever ethical to threaten criminal prosecution to gain an advantage in a civil matter? What should you do if you spot an error made by the court in your client’s case?
Find out at Legal Ethics 2021: Ethical Duties and Lawyer Wellness. Knowledgeable members of the State Bar of Wisconsin’s Committee on Professional Ethics and ethics counsel will share real-life fact scenarios and offer guidance and analysis on how to respond if you find yourself in similar situation. They’ll keep you in the loop on recent ethics opinions addressing:
- Working remotely
- Negotiating a job offer with an opposing firm
- Examining a current or former client as adverse witness
- And more!
Out with the old, in with the new
COVID-19 accelerated a lot of changes in the legal industry. While the transformation is not over, current trends offer clues as to how things will continue to evolve. Explore what law firms of the future might look like. Contemplate how the lawyer’s oath might change.
When to seek out support
2020 was a brutal year, and for many people, things didn’t just snap back to “normal” when the calendar changed on 1/1/21. Earn 1.0 LAU credit by learning the signs that suggest a colleague (or yourself) is unwell or in crisis. Gain the necessary tools to lend a helping hand to others & or advocate for your own well-being.
Legal Ethics 2021: Ethical Duties and Lawyer Wellness provides enough ethics credit to meet your two-year EPR reporting requirement. You don’t want to miss it!