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Washington (WA) Ethics CLE Course Catalog

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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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New Rules & New Realities: Ethically Managing Remote Work
The COVID - 19 pandemic forced many of us to work remotely from our home offices and living rooms and while we originally thought this may be a short-term option, many organizations seeing the greater productivity with this new work format and have decided to keep it up as a long term solution. However, remote work comes with its own set of challenges, and whether it is privacy or surveillance issues, many employers need to act now to remain ethically responsible.

Legalweek

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No More Eyes Wide Shut: Ethical Times Have Changed
Lawyers used to be able to get away with playing dumb. We could conveniently ignore the misdeeds of our clients…we could keep our eyes shut. Not any more. The ABA recently issued Opinion 491 which creates a responsibility to ask questions about our client’s bad deeds…and every lawyer needs to understand. (Rules 1.6, and 1.2 also covered)

Stuart Teicher

$75

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Money Talks: Getting Retained and Paid (Ethically) by the Bankruptcy Estate
You work hard for the money, so let’s make sure you get it. This panel will discuss ethical considerations governing that all-important process: getting retained and paid by the bankruptcy estate. Aside from covering the basics of retention for young and new professionals, the panelists will address some of the myriad ethical issues governing retention and compensation that can arise, including connection disclosures, concurrent representations of insiders and expense reimbursement.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$75

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Ethics and Misuse of Social Media and How to Handle and Counsel Clients Who Use It
Join our expert panelist as he explores strategies for representing clients who regularly use social media; study the ethical boundaries (improper use by lawyers); and risks associated with advising clients to "change" or "delete" social media.

American Bar Association

$75

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Consumer Litigation Funding: The Basics, Current Regulatory, Ethical, and Confidentiality Issues
Join us as our expert panel discusses the consumer litigation funding industry including the best practices set forth by the American Bar Association and the Alliance for Responsible Consumer Legal Funding.

American Bar Association

$115

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Ethically Speaking: Lawyers, Judges, and Social Media
Learn how to comply with MRPC. 1.1 and 1.6 while using Social Media for litigation or other purposes. Attendees will also learn what can happen when judges use social media to express their views or become connected to lawyers. This ethics program will consider the use - or misuse - by judges and lawyers.

American Bar Association

$115

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The Ethical Danger of Getting into Bed with Your Clients
Is this program really about getting into bed with our clients? Of course….but I don’t mean sexual relationships. Well, not only sexual relationships. There are a bunch of ways that a lawyer can metaphorically get into bed with their client and all of those situations are governed by the conflicts rules in Rule 1.8. Whether it’s doing business with clients, getting a bequest from a client, or some other self-serving conflict, chances are there’s an ethical implication to doing so.

Stuart Teicher

$75

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