Clifford Law Offices is offering a free two-hour webcast program at 2:30-4:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 20.
Already more than 1,500 lawyers across the state have registered for “Ethics 2020 – The Future is Now.” The program has been approved for two hours of professional responsibility credit.
This webcast will examine ethical dilemmas of today and tomorrow. From non-lawyer referral services to fake-based discovery to social media consequences, a distinguished panel moderated by founder and senior partner Robert A. Clifford will discuss cutting-edge problems through hypotheticals. Some recent and proposed Rule changes that impact all lawyers across the state will be examined.
- Ethical Considerations in Boosting Client Reviews, can they be solicited?
- The Right Way to Start a Law Blog — ethical pitfalls
- Post-Trial Communications with Jurors–Do’s and Don’ts
- Does Email Tracking Violate the Rules of Professional Conduct?
- Is Jury Research on Social Media an Ethics Risk or a Competency Requirement?
- Can Lawyers and Judges Be Social Media Friends? How has this evolved?
- How to Respond to Negative Online Attorney Reviews Keeping Ethics and Marketing In Mind
- Limited Scope Appearances in Illinois State Courts
- Fake-Based Discovery – what is it and how to watch for it
- Wendy Muchman, Northwestern University School of Law Faculty, former Chief of Litigation and Professional Education, ARDC;
- Mark C. Palmer, the Chief Counsel, Illinois Supreme Court Commission on Professionalism;
- and the Honorable Clare J. Quish, Circuit Court of Cook County, First Municipal District.
To register or for more information, click here.