Robert A. Clifford,
Founder and Senior Partner, Clifford Law Offices
Professor of Law at Northwestern University School of Law
Hon. John C. Griffin
Supervising Judge of the Commercial Section of the Law Division, Cook County Circuit Court and member of the Illinois Supreme Court’s Judicial Conference Committee on Education
Principal in the Robinson Law Group, LLC and Shakman Compliance Administrator for Cook County, Illinois
Clifford Law Offices is sponsoring a free two-hour continuing legal education program on “The Ethics of Pre-Trial and Trial Work” in the ninth annual Clifford Law Offices Continuing Legal Education Series. The objectives of this program are to familiarize attorneys with the Rules of Professional Conduct involving pre-trial and trial issues. Typically, that involves evidentiary issues that face lawyers on a day-to-day basis – from witness preparation to spoliation of evidence, calling a party as a witness to influencers in closing argument. In particular, the objective of the course is to promote the civility of lawyers’ conduct in preparation of trial and during trial. Lawyers will be made more aware of the particular Rules that govern their conduct. Hypothetical questions will be posed and a discussion by the panelists will ensue, exploring various answers to the professional responsibility issues raised using the Rules of Professional conduct as well as case law.
February 18, 2016
2:30-4:30 pm CST
Broadcast live via the Internet from the DePaul Center
Registration is required to attend the free program.
Yes, I would like to register for the CLE Program.
This program has been approved for two (2) hours of professional responsibility credit in Illinois. This program also has been approved for 2.4 hours of professionalism credit in Missouri.
Clifford Law Offices has been approved by the State of Illinois as an accredited provider of mandatory continuing legal education programs in the state. Initially designed to help meet the state’s ethics credits for lawyers at the firm, Bob Clifford, founder and senior partner at the firm, decided as a measure of good will to offer the programs free to all lawyers in the state via the web. We look forward to providing this and other programs of interest to all lawyers.
For more information, visit the Clifford Law Offices’ Continuing Legal Education Programs web page. Questions can be directed to Programs@CliffordLaw.com.