The practice of law is evolving. Changes in technology, firms (and other associations), and legal-service providers are sparking innovation and opportunities, in addition to uncertainty. Traditional approaches to the practice of law and ethical regulation cannot fully keep pace with these changes. This program, which will provide a year's worth of ethics credit, offers key insights on how to run and maintain a cutting-edge practice, ethically and effectively, in a changing profession.
Attendees will learn:
• New ethical rules and expectations impacting conflicts of interest, technology, associations with other lawyers, among other topics;
• How to use online/internet tools to market legal services and to target potential clients ethically;
• How to work with the media and social media to market, advertise, and develop professional relationships without violating the ethical rules.
Keith A. Swisher, Swisher PC
David Michael Cantor, Law Offices of David Michael Cantor, PC
Khurram Karim, Karim Law
Monica K. Lindstrom, Esq.
Michelle Hibbert Swann, Schneider & Onofry, PC
* For more information about this program's faculty, please check out the faculty biographies page, available for download in the 'Materials' tab.