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Members $10 / credit
Non-members $25 / credit

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Legal Ethics – Model Rule 1.1: Attorney Competency (Free CLE Webinar)

Date November 17, 2021 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Attorney competence in the ever-changing world of technology is a tricky subject. The technology does not remain static, and the attorney’s workload is continually increasing. The ABA has stated that attorneys must keep abreast of changes in technology. In addition, many legal commentators continue to publish articles and other resources regarding the implications of technology competence.

Learn where to find ABA rules, Ethics opinions, Briefs and Trial Court documents on Westlaw.  We will follow the rule on keeping up with current technology and see how Practical Law and Drafting Assistant apply.

 

These courses are virtual using Microsoft Teams.   ADVANCED REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.  Click on the date / time of the session to register.  (You may need to hit CTRL Key + Click to link)

If you have trouble opening the registration links, it could be you are using a browser that is not compatible with Teams.  Please try opening in either MS Edge or Chrome browsers.  If Chrome does not work, you may be using an old version and need to update.

  • Seating is limited. If you registered for the session and are unable to attend, please be considerate to others and cancel your registration or let the host know.
  • These sessions are FREE ~ compliments of Thomson Reuters.

Please log in a few minutes early so the session can start on time.    If you are late, you may be ineligible to get credit for the class.

These courses have been approved for CLE credit in the following states:

  • Indiana
  • Illinois (for both new and experienced attorneys)
  • Kentucky (except for August 17 session)
  • Minnesota
  • Ohio
  • Pennsylvania
  • West Virginia
  • Wisconsin

Note:  If your state requires attorneys to self-report, you will be responsible for reporting the CLE session(s) on the state’s CLE website.

 

Questions? Please contact the organizer of this schedule, Denice Fogle, denice.fogle@thomsonreuters.com ~ cell ph.: 614/309-6949