Must-Know Rules, Ethics Disasters From 2023, Marketing Tools, and More
From data breaches in the law firm to overlooked conflicts of interest, several ethical emergencies pop up in legal practice on a regular basis. In this engaging program, our experienced faculty delve into can't-miss ethics opinions from the past year, recent developments in legal tech, and legal hazards and common attorney mistakes made in 2023. Equip yourself with the tools you need to handle whatever obstacle gets thrown your way in 2024 - register today!
Stay informed of emerging ethics opinions and rules.
Develop strategies for handling common ethical dilemmas facing lawyers today.
Discover the top mistakes made by attorneys in 2023.
Get up to speed on new tech tools in the legal profession.
Uncover practical guidance for preventing and responding to complaints.
The Ethics Hotline: New Rules and Essential Opinions You Can't Afford to Miss
Top Ethical Challenges Attorneys Are Facing Right Now
Ethical Disasters: Top Attorney Mistakes and Lessons Learned in 2023
Ethics and Technology: Current Issues and Best Practices for Basic Survival
Marketing Tools: Essentials for Staying Ethical While Growing Your Clientele
Grievance Emergency Kit: Tips for Preventing and Responding to Complaints - and Bouncing Back
Amber Bevacqua-Lynott is senior counsel and associate general counsel with Buchalter. She is primarily located in the firm's Portland and San Diego offices, but is licensed in Washington, Oregon, California and Florida. Ms. Bevacqua-Lynott is a member of the firm's Professional Responsibility and Litigation Practice groups, through which she provides guidance and legal representation to attorneys, licensed professionals and other business clients, including firms and in-house legal departments. Her practice centers on legal ethics, risk management and discipline defense. Ms. Bevacqua-Lynott acts as outside counsel to clients in a variety of industries, providing advice and counsel on all manner of ethics issues, including conflicts, confidentiality, malpractice, risk management, and fee issues. In addition, she represents lawyers, students and other professionals in front of regulatory authorities and bar associations on licensing, admissions, reinstatement, reciprocity, character and fitness, consumer protection, unauthorized practice of law, and disciplinary matters. Ms. Bevacqua-Lynott earned her B.A. degree from University of Redlands and her J.D. degree from Pepperdine University School of Law.
Theodore Reuter is an attorney with Reuter Law. He is a trusts and estate litigator, and a legal ethics attorney. Mr. Reuter presents CLEs regarding attorney ethics and topics in estate litigation. He is a member of the Multnomah County, Idaho, Oregon (Estate Administration and Planning Section, Appellate Practice Section), Washington State and American (Professional Responsibility Section) bar associations. Mr. Reuter earned his B.A. degree from Vassar College, his M.B.A. degree from Atkinson Graduate School of Management and his J.D. degree from Willamette Law School.
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