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14th Annual Law of Lawyering - Day 1

Publication Year: December 7, 2016   Publication Type: Coursebook

Authors:
Mark J. Fucile, Mark A. Johnson, Julian Bray, Mark Fucile, Howard Goodfriend, Mark A. Johnson, Peter Roberts, Stephen Sirianni, Catherine Smith, Phil Talmadge, Sims Weymuller, Chris Youtz

Table of Contents:

 Title
 Co-Chairs And Faculty
 Summary Of Contents
 Program Schedule
 Co-Chair Biographies
Chapter One- "Craft Is The Vice, Not The Spirit, Of The Profession"– A Brief History Of The Rules Of Professional Conduct
Chapter Two- The Changing Limits Of Attorney- Client Privilege And Duties Owed To Clients
 Chapter Three- The Ethical And Risk Management Issues Of Difficult Appeals
Chapter Four- A- Going Gray- The Ethical And Practical Issues Of Selling A Law Practice… And What Happens If You Can't
 Chapter Four- B- Going Gray- The Ethical And Practical Issues Of Selling A Law Practice… And What Happens If You Can't
Chapter Five- Head'em Up, Movin' Out- Ethical Issues Attendant To Withdrawing From Representation And Ending An Atorney Client Relationship
 Chapter Six- Like We Really Needed Another Thing To Worry About? Current And Recurrent Issues In The Use And Abuse Of Social Media
 Chapter Seven- Chism V. Tri State Construction-Disqualification, Disgorgement And Doing Business With A Client
 Chapter Eight- Rules Of Professional Conduct