The Law Student Division is partnering with the Center for Professional Responsibility and the Young Lawyers Division for a series of four webinars that focus on ethics and the ABA’s Model Rules of Professional Conduct.
You can register for all four right now:
- Oct. 11: Understanding the Bar Admission Form and the Moral Character and Fitness Application
- Nov. 11: Ethics and Technology: Avoiding Traps and Pitfalls
- March 9, 2017: Steering Clear of Lawyer Discipline
- April 6, 2017: Parameters of ‘Practice’ for Law Students and Not Yet Licensed Law School Graduates
The first one is coming up on Oct. 11 at 1 p.m. EDT. Grace Meredith Small, student liaison to the Center for Professional Responsibility, will talk with Dennis Rendleman, ethics counsel at the American Bar Association, on the topic of “Understanding the Bar Admission Form and the Moral Character and Fitness Application.” You can register for it today to receive updates and information.
The second, “Ethics and Technology: Avoiding Traps and Pitfalls,” takes place on Nov. 11.
Small returns to the moderator chair for a panel that includes Justice Daniel J. Crothers of the North Dakota Supreme Court and Ellyn Rosen of the ABA Center for Professional Responsibility.
The series returns on March 9, 2017, with “Steering Clear of Lawyer Discipline” with Rosen.
And as the Class of 2017 prepares for their bar exam summer, working while not yet being admitted, the series concludes with “Parameters of ‘Practice’ for Law Students and Not Yet Licensed Law School Graduates” on April 6.