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Ethics of Emerging Business Models In The Legal Profession
Ethics of Emerging Business Models In The Legal Profession

 

Flash Drive Containing .mp3 Audio File and .pdf Course Book File

In this April 22, 2021, one-hour presentation, Megan Zavieh, Esquire shares examples of emerging business models within the legal profession and related, essential ethical considerations. These law firms of the future are being created by attorneys seeking to build a law business while serving public needs and their personal lifestyle goals.

Megan Zavieh focuses exclusively on attorney ethics. She represents California attorneys in discipline matters, supports attorneys representing themselves, handles admissions cases, and provides general ethics counseling on an ad hoc and subscription basis. She writes extensively about ethics online and in her recently published ABA book The Modern Lawyer. She earned her JD from what is now Berkeley Law School, graduating Order of the Coif.

Major topics include:
Examples And Ethical Considerations of the following business models:
- Subscription Legal Services
- Digital Products
- Self-Help Support and Communities
- Good Service Differentiator
- Legal Coaching
- Limited Scope Representation
- The Virtual Setting


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Price: $51.00


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