Nobody Asked Me! But My Thoughts on Legal Ethics, Practice Management

21 Jan , 2022

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All too often, ethics concerns get bogged down in technical jargon and don’t’ focus on the practical issues that keep lawyers up at night, such as email, ransomware, dealing with confidential information online, and more. 

This program will provide commentary and guidance about these and other issues that implicate lawyers’ obligations to be technologically competent under Model Rule 1.1, and the obligation to protect confidential and sensitive information under Model Rule 1.6, and more.

 

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