The World has Changed…Let’s Sort it Out featuring Stuart Teicher Out of Stock
The upheaval we experienced in 2020 has profound impacts on the practice. Whether it's the lawyer's desire to protest in the streets, working from home, the challenge of millennials in the practice, or everything else, there are both practical and ethics implications for lawyers. Join the CLE Performer as he explores these novel danger zones and offers insights and guidance with his unusual "New Jersey Flair."
-Changing tech and competence - Rules 1.1
-The challenges of remote supervision - Rules 5.1 and 5.3
-Protesting and the ethics rules - Rule 8.4(b)
-Ways the Millennials are changing the practice - Rule 2.1
Supervision- Understanding the rules of supervision, generally: Rules 5.1 & 5.3
Specific issues covered:
1. Who is responsible? Rule 5.1, Comment 
2. What should our policies include? Rules 5.1(a) and 5.3(a)
3. Subordinate lawyer responsibilities, Rule 5.2
4. The role of Rule 8.4
5. Vicarious liability: Rules 5.1(c) and 5.3(c)
6. What does professional obligations of a lawyer really mean? A deeper dive into R. 5.3
7. Tech and communication Issues: Rules 1.1, 1.4, and changes to Rule 5.3
Ethical Issues when Lawyers Protest
- Rule 8.4-the details of subsections a-b-c-&-d
- Rule 3.4
- Professionalism issues
- Reporting Misconduct, Rule 8.3
How Millennials are changing the practice, ethically
- How they are changing technology competence, Rule 1.1
- How Supervision must change for this generation, Rule 5.1
- The new ethics issue of lawyer liability to third parties (establishment of the lawyer/client relationship and ethics grievances)
Competence: Understanding the realities of a post-COVID practice. Tech issues and the ethical duty to update software - Rule 1.1, Rule 1.4
How the ethics rules help lawyers develop the legal skill of "adaptability"
- Going on the offensive: Rule 4.4
- The best offense is a good defense: Rule 3.4
- Confrontation Rule 2.1
- The danger of feigning, Rule 8.4
Mandatory MCLE Credit Hours
This seminar qualifies for 2.91 MCLE credit hours, including up to 2.91 LEPR credit hours. Also qualifies for 2.91 LEPR credit hours for Magistrates and Municipal Judges.
This seminar is an Intermediate Level Program.
Note: When submitting your compliance reports to the SC Commission on CLE and Specialization, if you completed this in 2022, please use this course code: 223438ADO
Note: When submitting your compliance reports to the SC Commission on CLE and Specialization, if you completed this in 2023, please use this course code: 231857ADO.