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Pro Bono in the Pandemic: Ethical Considerations of Remote Representation 2020

Product ID: CA3133R7
Presented By: State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

Pro bono work must go on

More than ever, low-income Wisconsinites are in need of legal assistance.1 Yet, providing pro bono services in the midst of a pandemic can be particularly challenging. What if low-come clients don’t have access to reliable high-speed internet to be able to videoconference? How can you reliably get in touch with your clients if they don’t own a cell phone?

At Pro Bono in the Pandemic: Ethical Considerations of Remote Representations, panelists will highlight the ways lawyers have had to innovate and adapt over the course of the coronavirus pandemic in order to provide adequate pro bono representation. Read More ↓

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Member $89.00

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Credits

1 CLE, 1 EPR

Date and Time

Thursday, February 11, 202112:00 PM - 1:00 PM CT

Add to Calendar 2/11/2021 12:00:00 PM 2/11/2021 1:00:00 PM America/Chicago Pro Bono in the Pandemic: Ethical Considerations of Remote Representation 2020

Pro bono work must go on

More than ever, low-income Wisconsinites are in need of legal assistance.1 Yet, providing pro bono services in the midst of a pandemic can be particularly challenging. What if low-come clients don’t have access to reliable high-speed internet to be able to videoconference? How can you reliably get in touch with your clients if they don’t own a cell phone?

At Pro Bono in the Pandemic: Ethical Considerations of Remote Representations, panelists will highlight the ways lawyers have had to innovate and adapt over the course of the coronavirus pandemic in order to provide adequate pro bono representation. alMYBcCwJzBnuVRvlmHo61032

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Pro bono work must go on

More than ever, low-income Wisconsinites are in need of legal assistance.1 Yet, providing pro bono services in the midst of a pandemic can be particularly challenging. What if low-come clients don’t have access to reliable high-speed internet to be able to videoconference? How can you reliably get in touch with your clients if they don’t own a cell phone?

At Pro Bono in the Pandemic: Ethical Considerations of Remote Representations, panelists will highlight the ways lawyers have had to innovate and adapt over the course of the coronavirus pandemic in order to provide adequate pro bono representation. Read More ↓

Moderator

Justice Janine Geske
Former Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice and Distinguished Professor of Law at Marquette University Law School, Milwaukee

Panelists

Dean Dietrich
Dietrich VanderWaal, S.C., Wausau

Jill Kastner
Legal Action of Wisconsin, Milwaukee

Kit Kerschensteiner
Disability Rights Wisconsin, Madison

Beth Ann Richlen
Wisconsin Judicare, Wausau

  • Provide quality pro bono representation while balancing safe pandemic practices
  • Keep your clients’ information secure when working remotely
  • Fulfill your obligations under the Rules of Professional Conduct
  • Attorneys assisting pro bono clients
  • Paralegals
  • Legal administrators
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