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Legal Ethics 2021: Ethical Duties & Lawyer Wellness

Product ID: CA3145R23
Presented By: State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

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!
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Pricing

Member $239.00

Non-Member $319.00

Credits

3 CLE, 3 EPR, 1 LAU

Date and Time

Wednesday, May 18, 20228:30 AM - 12:05 PM CT

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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!
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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!
Read More ↓

Sponsored By

Presenters:

Amy Boettcher
Amy Coaches
Rhinelander

Dean R. Dietrich
Dietrich VanderWaal, S.C.
Wausau

Aviva Meridian Kaiser
State Bar of Wisconsin
Madison

B. K. Kempinen
University of Wisconsin Law School
Madison

Jason Magill
State Bar of Wisconsin
Madison

Timothy J. Pierce
State Bar of Wisconsin
Madison

Julie M. Spoke
Office of Lawyer Regulation
Madison

 

8:30 a.m. : New Ethics Opinions Addressing the Practice of Law

  • Duty to inform the court of an error
  • Working remotely
  • Threatening criminal prosecution of professional discipline
  • Lawyer examining a current or former client as adverse witness
  • Responsibilities of lawyer when a grievance is filed against the lawyer
  • Job negotiations with opposing firm or party
  • Form contract drafting and conflicts

Moderator: Dean R. Dietrich
Panelists: Aviva Meridian Kaiser, B. K. Kempinen, Timothy J. Pierce, Julie M. Spoke

9:45 a.m. : Break

10:00 a.m. : Ethics in Everyday Practice

  • Lawyer advertising in the world of social media
  • Lawyer conduct under the Rules of Professional Conduct
  • What will law firms look like in the future?
  • Funding for legal services
  • Changing the lawyer’s oath?

Moderator: Dean R. Dietrich
Panelists: Aviva Meridian Kaiser, B. K. Kempinen, Timothy J. Pierce, Julie M. Spoke

11:15 a.m. : Wellness for Lawyers when Returning to the New Normal (1.0 LAU credit)

  • The lawyer’s view of life
  • Special challenges that lawyers face to address wellness
  • Strategies to assist lawyers to successfully function in the new world of legal practice

Moderator: Dean R. Dietrich
Panelists: Amy Boettcher, Jason Magill

12:05 p.m. : Program Concludes

 

  • Meet your two-year ethics reporting obligation in one half-day program
  • Gain ethics guidance from stalwarts of the State Bar's Committee on Professional Ethics
  • Analyze real-life ethical scenarios and assess how you would and should respond
  • Review recent ethics opinions
  • Consider trends that may point to the future of law firms and the practice of law
  • Know if, when, or how to get involved when an attorney is struggling with mental health concerns
  • All lawyers
  • Paralegals
  • Legal assistants
  • Law office managers

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Wisconsin Ethics Opinions

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*Discount applies to both print and digital Books UnBound editions of this title and cannot be applied to previous purchases. Offer valid as long as CLE credit is available for this program. For Books UnBound users, discount may be applied to purchase of individual Books UnBound title only and may not be used on purchase of full library.

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