Build a Solid Framework to Protect Your Legal Reputation
Not every situation lawyers face can be foreseen - but building a strong professionalism framework is fundamental to your reputation, your conscience and to the integrity of the legal profession. In this legal program, experienced faculty will share real-life experiences and insights with regard to the rule of law, court communication and client management. You will receive valuable advice for upholding your reputation and conducting yourself in front of other lawyers and parties, in pro bono representation and other public services. Register today!
Explore exemplary cases on the professional/ethics continuum.
Learn how to avoid ethical pitfalls in your communications with the courts, lawyers and other parties.
Examine how to ethically and competently manage your clients so they will retain in your counsel.
Respect for the Rule of Law
Communicating with the Courts
Civility and Respect for Other Lawyers and Parties
Pro Bono Representation and Other Public Service
Upholding the Good Reputation of the Legal Profession
Representative Cases on the Professionalism/Ethics Continuum
JEFFREY HAMILTON GEIGER serves as general counsel and on the Board of Directors of Sands Anderson PC, a Mid-Atlantic firm headquartered in Richmond, Virginia. Since 1996, his practice has been concentrated in the areas of business litigation, legal malpractice defense, and legal ethics counseling and representation. Mr. Geiger is an adjunct full professor at the University of Richmond, and routinely presents seminars and writes on issues addressing litigation and ethical issues. He served for ten years as leader of the firm's litigation group and has served as lead counsel and local counsel in dozens of trials in state and federal courts, appellate courts and administrative agencies. Mr. Geiger earned his B.A. degree from the College of William & Mary and his J.D. degree from the College of William & Mary School of Law.
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