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Missouri (MO) Ethics CLE Course Catalog

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What David Bowie Teaches about Attorney Ethics
It’s hard to believe, but the lyrics to the David Bowie songs give lawyers a chance to understand some really important ethics rules. Join the CLE Performer, Stuart Teicher, Esq., as he explains how “Changes” reveals the need to be competent and stay in touch with the changes being posed by technology (Rule 1.1), as well as key requirements in the duty to consult the client in Rule 1.4. He’ll also show how the lyrics to “Space Oddity” teach about Rule 3.6 (Trial Publicity)…and more.

Stuart Teicher

$75

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Is Civility Dead?
In light of the recent changes in our society and workplace, an updated approach to workplace professionalism is imperative for continued success. An aggressive approach was admired in the legal field, but now could be cause for disciplinary action. Learn from a panel of esteemed judges and established attorneys on the importance of civility in one's practice and how to create a welcoming atmosphere for clients and staff in and out of the courtroom.

American Bar Association

$75

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Cybersecurity and Being Secure in Your Practice: How Confident Are You in Your Competency?
This panel will dive into the Model Rules of Professional Conduct, which require lawyers to be competent in technology. The panelists will review today’s hot ethical technology pointers, as well as pitfalls that every insolvency professional should be aware of in their practice.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$75

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The Growing Storm: The Ethics of Representing Clients In Matters Impacting Climate Change
As the climate crisis escalates, questions of accountability within the legal profession have prompted an examination of lawyers’ professional responsibilities in this context. Clients choose their lawyers, and lawyers’ representations under Model Rule of Professional Conduct 1.2 are not to constitute an endorsement of the client’s political, economic, social or moral views or activities. Nevertheless, lawyers may find themselves characterized as enablers of climate change because of who they represent or the subject matter of their representation.

American Bar Association

$95

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61 minutes
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Ethics: Hold or Fold Them?
Ever get stuck with one of “those” clients? (We’ve all been there.) What do you do when you uncover serious problems with a debtor? Learn the right —and wrong —ways to extract yourself from a problem case. This panel will discuss limited-scope representation and the ability of the attorney to withdraw before, during and after the bankruptcy case.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$75

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59 minutes
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Ethics and Well-Being: How to Balance and Manage Competing Obligations
This session will cover barriers to wellness for lawyers, and why lawyers are often reluctant to seek help. This panel will also include achievable strategies that lawyers can employ to enhance their well-being. In addition, this program will review lawyers' ethical obligations, and how enhancing personal well-being and adopting strategies for balancing life’s demands can enhance their ability to comply with these obligations.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$75

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Ethics Lessons from My Cousin Vinny
My Cousin Vinny may be one of the best movies about lawyers ever made. That’s not an exaggeration…if you’re thinking about attorney ethics! The number of professional responsibility lessons one can learn from this cinematic masterpiece is incredible! Join the CLE Performer, Stuart Teicher, Esq., as he runs through this classic and covers some important ethics topics. They include: competence (Rule 1.1), confidentiality (Rule 1.6) and lies/deception (Rule 8.4), and more!

Stuart Teicher

$75

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Could it be Ethical Not to Use AI?
The risks of integrating AI into the practice of law are important to consider. It requires answering complex questions around bias, transparency, defensibility, and more. But, on the other side of the conversation, there’s an equally important question worth pondering over: If AI does indeed demonstrably enhance the competence of legal representation, could it then be unethical not to use AI? Join us for what is sure to be an exciting discussion featuring some of the most interesting voices at the intersection of AI and the law.

Legalweek

$75

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61 minutes
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Can Lawyers Do That? A Professionalism Question
When Stuart Teicher started a Google search with the phrase “Can Lawyers…” he was shocked to see what the computer suggested as search recommendations….and he knew it would make a great CLE program about professionalism. Join the CLE Performer as he explains how lawyers are held to a higher standard, both in and out of the practice.

Stuart Teicher

$75

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