November 9, 2012
Lawyers in History Tradition with a Twist
Masters Series: Lawyers in Literature and Cinema
November 28 (1:30-4:45pm)
3.0 CLE Hours, with 1.25 Ethics, 1.0 Professionalism, and 0.5 Substance Abuse
The Columbus Bar has traditionally held a CLE each fall centered on lawyers in history. It began a few years ago with the program on Lincoln on Professionalism and last year became the ACLEA award winning program, “Lawyers in History.”
This year, the Masters Series program has a new twist – “Lawyers in Literature and Cinema – The Best and Worst of What Attorneys are Capable of Doing.” The 3.0 CLE hour program scheduled for November 28 will cover the requirements of ethics, professionalism and substance abuse through examples culled from literature and cinema.
An esteemed panel has been collaborating to offer this unique program. Presenters include organizers Judge Patrick E. Sheeran, Franklin County Common Pleas; Gregory M. Travalio, Isaac Brant Ledman & Teetor; Judge James L. Graham, U.S. District Court; Judge Stephen McIntosh, Franklin County Common Pleas; Robert J. Beggs, Beggs Law Offices; David W. Hardymon, Vorys Sater Seymour and Pease; Stephanie Krznarich, Ohio Lawyer's Assistance Program; Mark Landes, Isaac Brant; Lisa Pierce Reisz, Vorys; and Frank A. Ray, Frank A. Ray Co.
The Masters Series programs are organized through the CBA Program Development Task Force, Lori Clary, McDonald Hopkins LLC, Chair. This program is CLE Easy Pass eligible. Register online or call 614/221.4112.