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A Potpourri Of Useful Legal Ethics Suggestions: 3.3-Hour Edition
A Potpourri Of Useful Legal Ethics Suggestions: 3.3-Hour Edition


Audio CDs and Course Book

NOTE: This course is the first 3.3 hours of our longer program entitled A Potpourri Of Useful Legal Ethics Suggestions: 4.3-Hour Edition (Course #460). You will earn CLE credit by completing EITHER that course or this program. However, most states will not grant you credit for taking both courses.

In this May 29, 2015 3.3-hour (200-minute) program, Patrick M. Connors, a Professor of Law at Albany Law School, where he teaches, inter alia, Legal Ethics, provides useful suggestions on how to handle commonly encountered ethics issues in everyday law practice.

Major topics include:
Advising a criminal defendant on whether to accept a plea agreement
Outsourcing legal and support services and billing practices
Lawyer’s responsibility for another lawyer’s theft of clients funds
Lawyer’s responsibility for a nonlawyer’s theft of clients funds
Virtual law office
Does use of sign language interpreter waive attorney-client privilege?
Business transactions with client
Duties to prospective clients

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