Co-produced with the State Bar of Wisconsin Committee on Professional Ethics
On a fast track to the future
The practice of law is constantly changing. From the stenotype machine to CODIS, the justice system has a long history of adopting new technologies. Lawyers have done the same, using everything from e-filing to artificial intelligence to become better, more efficient practitioners.
But as new technologies and business practices develop, ethical rules and requirements must keep pace. Stay current on how the Rules of Professional Conduct apply to the latest tech developments and more with help from Legal Ethics 2023: New Opinions, New Rules, and New Issues.
Matters of opinion
Delve into recent ethics opinions from the State Bar Committee on Professional Ethics and get practical advice on a wide range of topics, including:
- Handling advanced fee payments under the new trust account rule
- Responding to negative criticism on social media
- Preventing conflicts of interest
- Using artificial intelligence in everyday practice
- Sharing an office with other lawyers
Learn how to recognize signs of impairment or distress in colleagues, opposing counsel, judges, and even within yourself. Discover resources that are available for assistance or intervention and determine how to assess whether a colleague’s behavior triggers your duty to report under the Supreme Court Rules.
Practicing law today means staying on the cutting edge of technology, communication, and transactions. Keep up with evolving ethical standards with help from Legal Ethics 2023: New Opinions, New Rules, and New Issues.