Ethics Lessons Inspired by the Music of The Beatles
February 24th, 2022 from 1:00 pm to 4:30 pm Central Time
Grab your tie-dyed shirt and listen to several classic tunes from The Beatles, as we use the lyrics of those songs to introduce memorable lessons about ethics and professionalism for lawyers. John, Paul, George, and Ringo provide the inspiration for important and practical discussion on the following topics:
- Little-known aspects of the duty of confidentiality
- The often-overlooked dictates of Rule 1.8 and Rule 2.1
- The multiple roles of a lawyer
- Special ethical obligations toward clients and adverse litigants who are aged
- Technological competence
- Lawyer depression & mental illness
Beatles recordings played under license from ASCAP & BMI
Satisfies the North Carolina State Bar Technology Training Requirement.
Agenda for Thursday, the 24th of February 2022
1:00pm Central Time - Webcast Begins
(Please be sure to register and tune into the website at least 10 minutes before start time)
Agenda is Approximate and Tentative
1:00pm - 1:15pm - Rule 1.6 - Confidentiality of Information - Common errors lawyers make in interpreting this duty. It's broader than you think!
1:15pm - 1:25pm - Rule 1.14 – Heightened ethical duties when dealing with a client with diminished capacity
1:25pm - 1:30pm - Rule 1.8 - Conflicts of Interest: Current Clients – New Rules & Old Problems
1:30pm - 1:40pm - Rule 8.4(g) - The new ethical rules on age bias
1:45pm - 2:00pm - Rule 1.3 - Unraveling the misconceptions of zealous advocacy
2:00pm - 2:15pm - Break
2:15pm - 3:15pm - Rule 1.1 - The duty of technological competence: How lawyers can protect their clients (& themselves) from the biggest dangers presented by technological privacy breaches & unsecured onlline platforms
3:15pm - 4:15pm - Lawyer depression and mental illness: Spotting the warning signs, getting help, & navigating the ethics implications
Due to technical requirements, customers must attend a live webcast in its entirety to receive credit for attendance. No partial credit can be accommodated.