MANDATORY PROFESSIONALISM COURSE
FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 2016
8:30 AM – 1 PM
ASU COLLEGE OF LAW, ROOM 105
AVAILABLE IN PERSON ONLY
THIS SEMINAR MAY QUALIFY FOR 4.25 HOURS MCLE, INCLUDING 4.25 HOURS PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITY
THIS SEMINAR IS BEING RESCHEDULED TO A FUTURE DATE – PLEASE LOOK BACK ON THIS WEBPAGE FOR NEW SCHEDULED DATE
THE MANDATORY PROFESIONALISM COURSE IS REQUIRED BY THE STATE BAR OF ARIZONA TO BE COMPLETED WITHIN THE FIRST YEAR OF BECOMING LICENSED.
YOU MUST HAVE A BAR NUMBER AT THE TIME OF THE SEMINAR TO RECEIVE CREDIT.
WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND…
n a profession designed to be contentious in nature, it’s bound to happen that we have conflicts with our colleagues, judges, and clients. How we react and resolve these conflicts is a direct reflection on the profession as whole. This seminar is designed to help attorneys better resolve these conflicts and raise the standards in how we treat all who we come in contact with. This seminar explores professionalism principles and analyzes a series of professionalism hypotheticals pertinent to an attorney’s relationship with clients, judges and other attorneys. The majority of this seminar is presented in interactive breakout groups.
• Introduction from the Court
• Attorney client relationship
• Breakout group discussions
• Diversity and bias presentation
• Attorney’s relationships with others
Patricia Sallen – Ethics lawyer and consultant
Anne Bishop – Vice President and General Counsel/Chief Compliance Officer, DELTA DENTAL
John P. Ager, ESQ. – Sandweg & Ager, P.C.
$99 / STANDARD TUITION
$79 / NEW-ATTORNEY
$10 / STUDENTS
GIVE WHAT YOU WANT / ASU LAW ALUMNI & STUDENTS
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