June 20, 2008
Who needs 190 pages on ethics?
Who needs 190 pages on conduct rules?
The Columbus Bar will air a video replay of our live ethics program featuring scholar, law school dean and terrific lecturer, William I. (Bill) Weston, as he debunks the cant, goes back to first principles and puts all this ethics/professionalism stuff in perspective without footnotes or caveats – just the straight skinny with his discussion of the three "C"s – conflicts, confidentiality and competence. And, if you get a laugh or two out of it, we promise not to tell the Supreme Court. Oh, by the way, Dennis Ehrie, the Director of Talbot Hall at OSU Hospital East, as part of the replay, will fill you in on what’s being done these days to help lawyers in crisis.
Sign up for the Friday, June 27 program, “Who Needs 190 Pages of Ethics Rules? Your Mom Said It All in a Few Simple Sentences,” being held from 9:00 a.m.–11:45 a.m.
Register online, or phone 614/221.4112 for event #3730-1 to earn 2.5 hours of CLE credit, including 1.0 ethics, 1.0 professionalism, and 0.5 substance abuse to take care of the full Rule X requirement for those credits. The cost is $100 prepaid/$140 day of for members, $140 prepaid/$155 day of for non-members and $70 prepaid/$85 day of for paralegals.