Robert A. Clifford wrote a column for Chicago Lawyer Magazine on the proper ethics for lawyers in a courtroom.
“It boils down to every client being accorded due process with lawyers maintaining ethics and professionalism in the courtroom. If not, misconduct can lead to a malpractice claim,” he writes in part. He explains the need for lawyers to be ever vigilant of their courtroom behavior, particularly since many have been away from in-person contact when courts were shut down during the pandemic.
Read the article, TIME FOR A REFRESH – Proper ethics are paramount during trial work.
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On Thursday, Feb. 16, from 2:30-4:30 p.m. Clifford Law Offices is holding a free continuing legal education seminar on “Refresher on Ethics of Trial Work in a Courtroom.” Clifford will moderate an all- star panel to discuss hypotheticals , some based on real cases. Already nearly 4,000 have registered for the webinar that is approved for CLE credit in four states.
To register, go to: https://cliffordlawcle.com/