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Legal Ethics tutorial: Regulation of Lawyers | quimbee.com
 
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A brief excerpt from Quimbee's tutorial video on the history of lawyer regulation, the Model Rules of Professional Conduct, and states ethics rules. Watch more at https://www.quimbee.com/courses/11/tutorials/55. This video is just one of six videos in our "Regulation of the Legal Profession" tutorial. You'll master the fundamentals of how the legal profession is regulated, from admission to the bar to disciplinary sanctions. "Regulation of the Legal Profession" table of contents: 1. Admission to the Profession 2. Power of Courts and Other Bodies to Regulate Lawyers 3. Reporting Misconduct 4. Unauthorized Practice of Law 5. Supervising Subordinate Lawyers 6. Disciplinary Actions The "Regulation of the Legal Profession" tutorial also contains quizzes and a test to gauge your understanding of the concepts discussed in the videos. You can even earn the "Regulation of the Legal Profession" merit badge.
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Professional Engineering Regulation - Engineering Codes of Ethics - Professional Practice Exam
 
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UBC APSC 450 (Professional Engineering Practice) Lecture 9 - Engineering Professional Regulation - Winter 2017 by Mike C. Stewart, P.Eng In this lecture I talk about: -Who needs to register with APEGBC -What is practicing engineering according to the Engineers and Geoscientists Act -The Professional Practice Examination (PPE) -Consequences for breaches of the Code of Ethics -Cases where engineers have been fined, and charged for breaches of the Code
Understanding Legal Ethics (part 1)
 
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Attorney Russ Herman joins John Redmann: Power of Attorney, for an inside look at Attorney ethics in law. He discusses a Big Tobacco Settlement and unethical lawyer misconduct, withholding information and so on.
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Legal Ethics tutorial: Reporting Lawyer Misconduct | quimbee.com
 
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A brief excerpt from Quimbee's tutorial video on lawyers' reporting obligations under the Model Rules of Professional Conduct. Watch more at https://www.quimbee.com/courses/11/tutorials/55. This video is just one of six videos in our "Regulation of the Legal Profession" tutorial. You'll master the fundamentals of how the legal profession is regulated, from admission to the bar to disciplinary sanctions. "Regulation of the Legal Profession" table of contents: 1. Admission to the Profession 2. Power of Courts and Other Bodies to Regulate Lawyers 3. Reporting Misconduct 4. Unauthorized Practice of Law 5. Supervising Subordinate Lawyers 6. Disciplinary Actions The "Regulation of the Legal Profession" tutorial also contains quizzes and a test to gauge your understanding of the concepts discussed in the videos. You can even earn the "Regulation of the Legal Profession" merit badge.
Views: 1698 Quimbee
Regulation of Lawyers
 
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A discussion of the who/what/how of regulation of Canadian lawyers, both self-regulation and other forms of regulation (posted July 2017)
Alice Woolley - The lawyer as advisor: advocate, judge or... friend?
 
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Webcast sponsored by the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre and hosted by the UBC Faculty of Law. When lawyers advise clients they help the law to accomplish both its function as a system of social settlement, and the respect for the governed reflected in its processes and structure -- i.e. the rule of law. A lawyer can only do so, however, if his/her advice provides an objectively reasonable assessment of the law, while also facilitating the accomplishment of the client's goals and objectives. The lawyer as advisor is neither an advocate for the client's goals, nor an adjudicator of the legality of those goals. Rather, the lawyer's advising role has an irreducible duality, requiring good faith respect for both the law and the client -- not unlike the attitude taken by a friend when offering advice.Unfortunately, the law governing Canadian lawyers does not provide sufficient guidance to lawyers as to their obligations when advising clients. About the speaker: Alice Woolley is a Professor at the Faculty of Law, University of Calgary. Prior to joining the Faculty in 2004 Professor Woolley practiced law in Calgary, working in the areas of utility regulation and civil litigation. As an academic, she specializes in legal ethics and professional regulation, with a particular interest in the intersection between professional regulation, moral philosophy and moral psychology. Professor Woolley is the author of Understanding Lawyers' Ethics in Canada and co-editor and co-author of Lawyers' Ethics and Professional Regulation (2d ed.). She has published articles on topics such as the good character requirement for law society admission, the independence of the bar, civility, legal ethics teaching and the normative conception of the lawyer's role. Professor Woolley has her LLM from Yale Law School and her BA and LLB from the University of Toronto, where she graduated with the gold medal. In 1995-1996 she was a law clerk to then Chief Justice of Canada, the Rt. Hon. Antonio Lamer.
Lawyer confidentiality and privilege
 
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A description of the legal and ethical duties of Canadian lawyers in maintaining the secrecy of information learned during the course of a lawyer-client relationship.
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Legal Ethics tutorial: Supervisory Lawyers | quimbee.com
 
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A brief excerpt from Quimbee's tutorial video on the obligations of supervisory lawyers with respect to lawyers and non-lawyers. Watch more at https://www.quimbee.com/courses/11/tutorials/55. This video is just one of six videos in our "Regulation of the Legal Profession" tutorial. You'll master the fundamentals of how the legal profession is regulated, from admission to the bar to disciplinary sanctions. "Regulation of the Legal Profession" table of contents: 1. Admission to the Profession 2. Power of Courts and Other Bodies to Regulate Lawyers 3. Reporting Misconduct 4. Unauthorized Practice of Law 5. Supervising Subordinate Lawyers 6. Disciplinary Actions The "Regulation of the Legal Profession" tutorial also contains quizzes and a test to gauge your understanding of the concepts discussed in the videos. You can even earn the "Regulation of the Legal Profession" merit badge.
Views: 56 Quimbee
Module 11 - Lawyers’ Duties to the Public and the Legal System
 
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This is part eleven of our MPRE Course! There are 13 videos in total. To obtain access to our MPRE Outline, visit our website at https://www.jdadvising.com/mpre-course/.
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Professional Practice Ethics of Lawyers
 
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Topic: Ethics of Lawyers in Professional Practice (5 Rulings) Group: 5 Tutorial: 2 Lecturer: Madam Jalilah Group Leader: Timothy Kho
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Do Lawyers Have Ethics? NY Trial Attorney Gerry Oginski Explains
 
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http://www.oginski-law.com Did you know that lawyers have an obligation to tell you the truth? It's true. Believe it or not, lawyers must abide by ethical rules in order to help you, the consumer and client. An attorney should guide you and educate you about how your case will work. Watch the video to learn more. Thanks to Ben Glass, a personal injury attorney in Virginia who reminded me about this quotation. To learn more about how medical malpractice cases work in New York, I encourage you to explore my educational website http://www.oginski-law.com. If you have legal questions, I urge you to pick up the phone and call me since I can answer your legal questions. This is what I do everyday. You can reach me at 516-487-8207 or by e-mail at [email protected] I welcome your call. Law Office of Gerald Oginski, LLC 25 Great Neck Rd., Suite 4 Great Neck, NY 11021 516-487-8207
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Rules of Professional Conduct: 5.1 Responsibilities Of Partners, Managers, And Supervisory Lawyers
 
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Week 13 PPR Presentation Steven Drake, Tanya Cripps, Alisha Baum Rule 5.1 Responsibilities Of Partners, Managers, And Supervisory Lawyers (a) A partner in a law firm, and a lawyer who individually or together with other lawyers possesses comparable managerial authority in a law firm, shall make reasonable efforts to ensure that the firm has in effect measures giving reasonable assurance that all lawyers in the firm conform to the Rules of Professional Conduct. (b) A lawyer having direct supervisory authority over another lawyer shall make reasonable efforts to ensure that the other lawyer conforms to the Rules of Professional Conduct. (c) A lawyer shall be responsible for another lawyer's violation of the Rules of Professional Conduct if: (1) the lawyer orders or, with knowledge of the specific conduct, ratifies the conduct involved; or (2) the lawyer is a partner or has comparable managerial authority in the law firm in which the other lawyer practices, or has direct supervisory authority over the other lawyer, and knows of the conduct at a time when its consequences can be avoided or mitigated but fails to take reasonable remedial action.
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Legal Ethics tutorial: Communication between Attorney and Client | quimbee.com
 
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A brief excerpt from Quimbee's tutorial video on the rules governing communications between an attorney and her client under the Model Rules of Professional Conduct. Watch more at https://www.quimbee.com/courses/11/tutorials/56. This video is just one of six videos in our "The Lawyer-Client Relationship" tutorial. You'll learn about a lawyer's ethical obligations in managing all aspects of a client relationship, from formation to termination. "The Lawyer-Client Relationship" table of contents: 1. Forming the Relationship 2. Scope, Objectives, and Means of Representation 3. Decision-making Authority 4. Fees 5. Communication 6. Terminating the Relationship The "Attorney-Client Relationship" tutorial also contains quizzes and a test to gauge your understanding of the concepts discussed in the videos. You can even earn the "Attorney-Client Relationship" merit badge.
Views: 238 Quimbee
Lawyer-client conflicts
 
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An overview of Canadian law requiring lawyers not to represent clients where they have a disqualifying personal conflict, and which holds lawyers liable if they violate their duties to their clients as a result of a personal conflict (posted July 2017).
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Regulation of the Legal Profession in the 21st Century 11-16-2013
 
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In 1990, the Supreme Court unanimously held that an integrated state bar association, which all lawyers licensed in a state must join, could not use the compulsory dues paid by its members to pursue political or ideological activities unrelated to regulating the legal profession or improving the legal system. Keller v. State Bar of California, 496 U.S. 1 (1990). The Court explained, "[T]he extreme ends of the spectrum are clear: Compulsory dues may not be extended to endorse or advance a gun control or nuclear weapons freeze initiative; at the other end of the spectrum petitioners have no valid constitutional objection to their compulsory dues being spent for activities connected to disciplining members of the Bar or proposing ethical codes for the profession." Id., at 15-16. In the nearly 25 years since the Court decided Keller, the entities empowered to promulgate ethical rules binding on the lawyers practicing in a state have imposed a variety of regulations, some of which are more closely and clearly related to the regulation of the legal profession than others. Requirements like continuing legal education and contributions to client security funds are generally seen to fall within the scope of permissible regulation. The imposition of mandatory diversity training in Minnesota and a requirement that law students perform a specified number of hours of pro bono work as a condition to their becoming licensed to practice in New York look different. Should state regulation of the bar be limited to imposing rules whose purpose is the protection of client interests? Or, can the regulators impose rules designed to make lawyers "better" people in the belief that "better" people will better serve their clients? How far can the organized bar go in "proposing ethical codes for the profession?" To what extent do programs like mandatory diversity training and requiring law students to perform a specified number of pro bono hours serve the interests of clients? The Professional Responsibility & Legal Education Practice Group hosted this panel on "Regulation of the Legal Profession in the 21st Century: Should Professional Regulation Favor Social Policy over Client Protection?" on Saturday, November 16, during the 2013 National Lawyers Convention. --Mr. Scott Johnson, Co-Founder and Contributor, Power Line Blog --Mrs. Margaret A. Little, Partner, Little and Little and Director, Pro Bono Center, The Federalist Society --Prof. Thomas D. Morgan, Oppenheim Professor of Antitrust and Trade Regulation Law, The George Washington University Law School --Prof. Alan B. Morrison, Lerner Family Associate Dean for Public Interest/Public Service, The George Washington University Law School --Moderator: Hon. David R. Stras, Associate Justice, Minnesota Supreme Court
Concepts Unwrapped | Legal Rights & Ethical Responsibilities
 
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The relationship between laws and ethics is not always clear. Legal rights to do something do not necessarily mean the actions are ethically justified. For free teaching and learning resources related to this topic, visit http://bit.ly/1XM04kE. This video is a part of Ethics Unwrapped, a free online educational video series about ethics produced by The University of Texas at Austin. Ethics Unwrapped offers an innovative approach to introducing complex ethics topics and behavioral ethics ideas in a way that is accessible to both students and instructors. For more videos and teaching materials covering other ethics concepts, visit http://ethicsunwrapped.utexas.edu/ A complete playlist of Ethics Unwrapped videos available on YouTube may be found at https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL32TobLoKLYrTk4TB4w-kuOf_dEEmAvOg © 2015 The University of Texas at Austin. All Rights Reserved.
California Rules of Professional Conduct for Lawyers - The Law Offices of Andy I. Chen
 
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My video on the California Rules of Professional Conduct for Lawyers. www.andychenlaw.com (Los Altos, CA | Modesto, CA) California Rules of Professional Conduct here: https://goo.gl/mzymXj Rule 3-700(D)(1) & (D)(2): https://goo.gl/jCVplh Rule 5-320(E): https://goo.gl/zbIrjJ Rule 2-100: https://goo.gl/4jFX23 --- (c) 2017 The Law Offices of Andy I. Chen
Attorney Duty of Confidentiality, The Basics
 
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Video Intro to the attorney's ethical responsibility, under ABA Model Rule 1.6, to protect a client's confidential information
Ethics in a challenging time: Are lawyers behind the curve?
 
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Richard Moorhead, chair of Law and Professional Ethics at University College London, delivers the keynote address to the SRA's second annual conference for compliance officers, in Birmingham, on 26 November 2014. The address is entitled "Ethics in a challenging time: Are lawyers behind the curve?"
Ethics Case Studies, Volume 1
 
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This is a 1 hour course approved for Ethics and Professional Responsibility credits for a number of different jurisdiction and licenses. In this course, you will cover: A case study dealing with an inadvertent disclosure of client information. A case study dealing with an inappropriate use of a Power of Attorney. For both cases, discussion will cover: The advisor's role and responsibilities. Possible handling of ethical and regulatory dilemmas. Steps to prevent problems before they arise. Business Career College is a national financial services education provider. See our insurance, financial planning and continuing education courses, including self-paced and instructor led options, at https://www.businesscareercollege.com For great industry articles, follow on Twitter (https://twitter.com/JasonWattBCC) or like on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/BusinessCareerCollege/).
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Ethical Fitness and the Practicing Attorney
 
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Beneath their rules of professional conduct, lawyers share a framework of ethical principles that can help them resolve the toughest ethical dilemma -- even when two or more ethical values collide. Anthony Gray of the Institute of Global Ethics explores how attorneys can improve their ethical fitness to make better decisions in the high-stakes legal environment. Gray presented at the State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE's Health, Labor, and Employment Law Institute, Aug. 21-22, 2014, in Wisconsin Dells.
The Four Ethical Approaches - Lawyer Ethics in Practice Podcast
 
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Rob explains the four ethical approaches lawyers can take in Australia.
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Mental ill-health in the legal profession, and its ethical implications
 
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Studies consistently show high levels of mental ill-health in the legal profession, and this webinar examined the issue of mental ill-health and lawyers’ ethical duties. This webinar discussed the application of the “fit and proper” person test for legal practitioners experiencing mental ill-health, when lawyers should notify a professional regulatory body about their own (or someone else’s) mental ill-health, and the consequences of such a notification. Dr Michelle Sharpe (VicBar) presented on this topic on Thursday 3 September. View the presentation below.
Proactive Regulation of Lawyers: Proof and Possibilities
 
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The 23rd Annual FB Wickwire Memorial Lecture in Professional Responsibility and Legal Ethics presented by Susan Saab Fortney, Howard Lichtenstein Distinguished Professor of Legal Ethics, Maurice A Deane School of Law, Hofstra University. March 6, 2014 Co-sponsored with the Nova Scotia Barristers' Society. Legislators in the state of New South Wales (NSW) in Australia took the pioneering step of including the concept of "ethical infrastructure" in the statute allowing legal practitioners to incorporate their law practices, with no restrictions on non-lawyer ownership. The legislation requires that incorporated firms appoint a director to ensure that the firm implement and maintain "appropriate management systems" to enable the provision of legal services in accordance with obligations imposed by law. To guide firms in complying with the statutory requirements, the Legal Services Commissioner for NSW worked with various stakeholders to develop "ten objectives of sound legal practice." The Commissioner also devised an "education toward compliance" approach requiring the firm to complete a self-assessment process that covers the firm's compliance with the each of the ten objectives. Because this approach focuses on prevention and mitigation, the NSW program is considered to be a form of "proactive, management based regulation." In the Wickwire lecture, Professor Susan Fortney, the Howard Lichtenstein Distinguished Professor of Legal Ethics at Maurice Deane School of Law at Hofstra University in New York, will discuss the Australian experience and research that revealed that management-based regulation dramatically reduced the number of complaints involving incorporated firms. She will also review her study findings related to the other effects of the self-assessment process. Based on data from her study, Professor Fortney will share recommendations for designing a management-based regulatory regime and possibilities for integrating management-based approaches into lawyer regulation. More in this series: http://www.dal.ca/faculty/law/news-events/speaker-series/fb-wickwire-memorial-lecture-professional-responsibility-ethics.html
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Career Choice Series: Lawyer Professional Responsibility and Loss Prevention
 
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We’re all familiar with lawyer ethics but did you know it’s also an area attorneys specialize in? This fascinating area of law helps lawyers navigate through thorny situations (usually involving violation of the rules of conduct such as confidentiality, privilege, or conflicts of interest) to help them stay within ethical confines in order to keep their law license in good standing. You could find yourself advising attorneys at private law firms or working for a state agency prosecuting attorneys before a disciplinary board. Since this is a niche area, lawyers who practices in it are often sought after for their expertise as an expert on panels, as authors, and helping jurisdictions review and update their rules of professional conduct. It’s a great fit for someone who likes the flexibility of doing both litigation and policy work. Lucian T. Pera is a partner in Adams and Reese LLP, whose practice includes commercial litigation, media law, and the representation of lawyers, law firms, and others on issues of legal ethics and lawyer professional responsibility. He was a member of the ABA “Ethics 2000” Commission, which rewrote the ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct and chaired the Tennessee Bar Association committee that led to the adoption of significantly revised Tennessee ethics rules patterned after the Model Rules. Theresa (“Terri”) Gronkiewicz is Senior Counsel at the ABA Center for Professional Responsibility (CPR) where she advises on ABA policy, develops programs and frequently speaks on issues concerning ethics, professionalism, lawyer and judicial regulation and professional responsibility. Her career began at the Illinois Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission (ARDC) where she investigated and prosecuted lawyer disciplinary matters; then in private practice for 23 years, as Of Counsel to a small law firm in Chicago, representing judges, lawyers and law students in various ethics, disciplinary and character and fitness matters. Our speakers will discuss their experiences advising or prosecuting lawyers on ethical issues. They’ll provide invaluable insight into how to break in to this field, what drew them to it, the pros and cons, and what a typical day in their work entails. Speakers: Lucian T. Pera, Partner, Adams and Reese LLP, Memphis, TN Theresa “Terri” Gronkiewicz, Senior Counsel, ABA Center for Professional Responsibility, Chicago, IL Moderator: Kathy Morris, Founder, Under Advisement, Ltd, Chicago, IL and New York, NY Sponsored by ABA Career Center, Young Lawyers Division, Law Student Division, and Center for Professional Responsibility Connect with the ABA Career Center! http://www.ambar.org/careers https://www.facebook.com/ABACareerCenter https://www.linkedin.com/in/abacareercenter/ https://twitter.com/ABACareerCenter https://www.youtube.com/c/ABACareerCenter
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What is ATTORNEY MISCONDUCT? What does ATTORNEY MISCONDUCT mean? ATTORNEY MISCONDUCT meaning
 
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What is ATTORNEY MISCONDUCT? What does ATTORNEY MISCONDUCT mean? ATTORNEY MISCONDUCT meaning - ATTORNEY MISCONDUCT definition - ATTORNEY MISCONDUCT explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UuCPh7GrXznZi0Hz2YQnQ Attorney misconduct is unethical or illegal conduct by an attorney. Attorney Misconduct may include: conflict of interest, over billing, refusing to represent a client for political or professional motives, false or misleading statements, hiding evidence, abandoning a client, failing to disclose all relevant facts, arguing a position while neglecting to disclose prior law which might counter the argument, and in some instances having sex with a client. The advent of electronic record keeping and "e-discovery" has also resulted in a record number of attorney sanctions for a range of abuses from failure to produce to the leaking of sealed documents. In a case highlighting such abuses, in 2007 plaintiff's in a pharmaceutical lawsuit were found to conspire with attorneys and journalists to publicize protected discovery documents defying a judge's protective order. As the Durham County, North Carolina prosecutor, Mike Nifong, gained national infamy for a pattern of attorney misconduct related to the 2006 Duke University lacrosse team scandal. Legal malpractice is a separate concept such as when an attorney fails to adequately, professionally, competently, or zealously represent a client. While malpractice and misconduct may often be found in the same matter, they are separate concepts and need not both exist. The American Bar Association (ABA) has established model rules of professional conduct expected of attorneys, which most states in the U.S. have incorporated as part of their state laws. Each state issues its own set of rules governing the ethical rules and the related enforcement of those rules, generally through their state bar associations. As the state bar organizations and their enforcement mechanisms are composed of lawyers who set the rules, the regulation of attorney ethics is self regulated and self policed. The self-regulation of any industry by its economic participants poses an inherent conflict of interest between the professional objectives of the members of the profession and those for whom the regulation would protect. Some academic researchers and industry pundits have asserted that attorney discipline in the U.S. is ineffective, and favors lawyers and law firms. Individual lawyers or their firms may be cited for misconduct by a judge in the originating proceedings or by a corresponding state bar.
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Professional Responsibility and Legal Ethics
 
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Ephraim Margolin advises law firms, lawyers and judges on ethical and professional conduct issues, including issues related to fee disputes, conflicts of interests, trust accounts and more.
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Blackballing Lawyers and Legal Ethics
 
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I go over my highlights from an ethics seminar. I also produce a comic at http://volcomic.com
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Lawyers' ethical obligations in advertisement  and solicitation
 
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Nathan Crystal Professor Crystal Rules of professional conduct on advertising and solicitation  Lawyers' advertisement  Lawyers' advertising Attorney's advertisement Attorney' s advertising Lawyers' solicitation Attorney' s solicitation Professional Responsibility: Problems of Practice and the Profession
BAR OF LAWYERS DISCIPLINARY COMMISSION CLAIMS LAWYERS VIOLATED CODE OF ETHICS
 
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BAR OF LAWYERS DISCIPLINARY COMMISSION CLAIMS LAWYERS VIOLATED CODE OF ETHICS Today, the Disciplinary Commission of the Bar of Lawyers held a closed meeting to consider the complaints filed against lawyers Elchin Namazov and Aslan Ismayilov. Lawyer Elchin Namazov told journalists that on August 27th, during the trial of 4 opposition activists arrested for their involvement in the April 2nd Public Chamber opposition coalition protest, the Judge ruled that an appeal be sent to the General Prosecutor's Office , requesting that he be barred from the defense of the activist, and that the Bar of Lawyers be informed . The lawyer said that in today's meeting, he requested the Commission to question the lawyers who had attended the trial at Nasimi Disrict Court on August 27. However, the Commission refused to even consider the motion. Claiming that Elchin Namazov had violated the code of ethics for lawyers, the Commisssion submitted the complaint to the Board of the Bar of Lawyers for consideration. Following this, the Commission considered the complaint filed against lawyer Aslan Ismayilov and came to the same conclusion- that he had also violated the code of ethics. Aslan Ismayilov told the journalists that a man called Bayramkhan came to him reporting that his apartment was being confiscated. A contract was signed. The citizen says that he paid 500 AZN to his "Visa" law company, which failed to implement the contract, failed to take necessary measures and refused to pay him back. The Disciplinary Commisson criticized the lawyer for allegedly expelling the citizen from his office and thus violating the code of ethics. Ismayilov believes that this was all done deliberately to punish on him for defending the rights of Zulfugarli brothers, whose plants in Baku were seized from them. "Unfortunately, in Azerbaijan, any person who speaks the truth or refused to turn a blind eye to injustice faces attempts to silence him," said Aslan Ismayilov. In an interview with journalists, lawyer Khalid Bagirov, who was barred by the Bar of Lawyer from operating as a lawyer for one year, said that he has received a copy of the decision, and that he will take the issue to court. Chairman of the Bar of Lawyers Azer Tagiyev told the journalists that "We are not entitled to publicize any information about the lawyer's professional work. We made a decision about Khalid Bagirov and he has the right to appeal to the Court. It was the Disciplinary Commission who made the decison, not me".
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Advertising and Solicitation
 
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An overview of the duties and restrictions related to lawyer advertising and solicitation of clients
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Lawyer Self-Regulation, A Brief History
 
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Professional Responsibility video introduction to the three different generations of legal ethics rules issued by the ABA, the largest professional association for lawyers in the U.S.
The Law and Ethics of Digital Piracy: Evidence from Harvard Law School Graduates
 
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Harvard Law School is one of the top law schools in the world and educates the intellectual and financial elites. Lawyers are held to the highest professional and ethical standards. And yet, when it comes to digital piracy, they overwhelmingly perceive file sharing as an acceptable social practice – as long as individuals do not derive monetary benefits from it. So should digital files be considered a commons? In this talk, Dariusz and Jerome identify and discuss the social and economic contexts in which file sharing is considered more or less acceptable by law practitioners. In the process, they foster a conversation on the possible changes in regulation that would allow us to catch up with the established social norm. Learn more about this event here: https://cyber.harvard.edu/events/2018/luncheon/05/Jemielniak_Herguex
Ethics in Law Firms: a practical guide
 
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BOOK REVIEW ETHICS IN LAW FIRMS: A Practical Guide By Tracey Calvert ISBN: 978 1 78358 113 9 ARK GROUP LTD and Managing Partner, Young Lawyer and Solicitors Journal www.ark-group.com HOW ETHICAL STANDARDS CAN SAVE YOUR LAW FIRM A HEAP OF TROUBLE AND EXPENSE An appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers 'Understanding and demonstrating professional conduct and values sets law firms apart from other businesses,' says Tracey Calvert, who has competently and comprehensively authored this latest report published by the Ark Group. Now there's a truism with which few lawyers would disagree. However, in trying to maintain the practical and consistent application of ethical practices day to day in the practice of your profession -- well -- as you will be reminded in this book, you could find yourself in something of a minefield. The book is aimed at solicitors and obviously applies to any size of law firm, sole practitioners included. 'The SRA (Solicitors Regulation Authority) provides the framework or ethical behaviour,' says the author, 'but it is an inherently personal obligation to differentiate and uphold these values.' Barristers, too, who must abide by their own massive Bar Code of Conduct, will also benefit from this book. Certainly it will enhance their awareness and understanding of ethical issues which impact on barristers and solicitors alike. The book explores a multiplicity of ethical issues in detail and the results make rather fascinating reading, if only to demonstrate, among other things, how expensive in money and reputation the often accidental breach of an ethical issue can be. Take the possible consequences linked to breaches of confidentiality, for example, as demonstrated in the recent and memorable case in which J K Rowling was outed as the author of a novel she had written under a nom de plume. The revelation, or 'leak', if you will, of Joanne Rowling's true identity came from a partner in the law firm she had instructed. He told his wife's best friend who promptly posted this juicy piece of information on social media. Oh dear! You can read Ms. Calvert's book for further details, but in short, the episode resulted in a stiff fine and substantial financial and reputational damage for the firm in question. In most instances, ethics tend to boil down to the necessity of acting in the best interests of each client -- the guiding principle of client care -- and, as Calvert puts it, 'adopting the correct response to the many and varied ethical dilemmas which arise remains as important as ever'. In all, the book is eminently readable and logically organised into twelve chapters, all but two of which start or finish with the question 'What does the SRA expect me to do?' Just about every conceivable ethical issue is covered, from client care and confidentiality to conflicts of interest, duties to the court, client money and much more. Calvert has lent her considerable experience and authority to the content of this useful volume. Among other achievements as a lawyer, she was a member of the small team which drafted the SRA Handbook, with particular responsibilities in respect of the new SRA Code of Conduct and the rules in the Handbook's 'specialist services' section. In producing this guide she delivers practical answers to everyday problems, clarifying points by referring to actual cases. Also provided are frequently asked questions, flow charts and other illustrative material The practical value of this practical guide is indisputable. Ideally, it should be in every practitioner's professional library.
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Lawyer Discipline Defense
 
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Ephraim Margolin defends lawyers and judges on ethical and professional conduct disciplinary actions before all venues, including the Commission on Judicial Performance, state bar associations and in federal court.
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Legal Ethics tutorial: Imputed Conflicts | quimbee.com
 
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A brief excerpt from Quimbee's tutorial video on Model Rule of Professional Conduct 1.10 and its general rule of disqualifying lawyers from representing a client when a conflict is imputed to them. Watch more at https://www.quimbee.com/courses/11/tutorials/58. This video is just one of six videos in our "Conflict of Interest" tutorial. You'll learn about common ethical dilemmas when representing a client, and how lawyers should handle them. "Conflict of Interest" table of contents: 1. Joint Representation of Multiple Clients 2. Lawyer's Personal Interest 3. Conflicts with Former Clients 4. Conflicts with Prospective Clients 5. Imputed Conflicts 6. Business Transactions with Clients The "Conflict of Interest" tutorial also contains quizzes and a test to gauge your understanding of the concepts discussed in the videos. You can even earn the "Conflict of Interest" merit badge.
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Legal Ethics tutorial: Unauthorized Practice of Law | quimbee.com
 
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A brief excerpt from Quimbee's tutorial video on what constitutes the practice of law and the consequences of unauthorized practice. Watch more at https://www.quimbee.com/courses/11/tutorials/55. This video is just one of six videos in our "Regulation of the Legal Profession" tutorial. You'll master the fundamentals of how the legal profession is regulated, from admission to the bar to disciplinary sanctions. "Regulation of the Legal Profession" table of contents: 1. Admission to the Profession 2. Power of Courts and Other Bodies to Regulate Lawyers 3. Reporting Misconduct 4. Unauthorized Practice of Law 5. Supervising Subordinate Lawyers 6. Disciplinary Actions The "Regulation of the Legal Profession" tutorial also contains quizzes and a test to gauge your understanding of the concepts discussed in the videos. You can even earn the "Regulation of the Legal Profession" merit badge.
Views: 414 Quimbee
What it takes to be a lawyer in India
 
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Want to become a lawyer or interested in knowing more about the profession? This episode of Heads Up has it all. Hear from experts on what it takes to be a lawyer in India and why they chose their specific practice area. Get insights into different practice areas in law, ranging from banking and regulatory law, to corporate law and competition law. What skills should you have to make it? And what things you should keep in mind to ensure you don't break it. Find out in this law special episode inside Amarchand Mangaldas. Watch full video: http://www.ndtv.com/video/mindspace/heads-up/what-it-takes-to-be-a-lawyer-in-india-337506?yt Download the NDTV news app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.july.ndtv&referrer=utm_source%3Dyoutubecards%26utm_medium%3Dcpc%26utm_campaign%3Dyoutube
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Legal Ethics tutorial: Disciplinary Actions | quimbee.com
 
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A brief excerpt from Quimbee's tutorial video on what conduct is disciplinable and the purpose of disciplinary actions. Watch more at https://www.quimbee.com/courses/11/tutorials/55. This video is just one of six videos in our "Regulation of the Legal Profession" tutorial. You'll master the fundamentals of how the legal profession is regulated, from admission to the bar to disciplinary sanctions. "Regulation of the Legal Profession" table of contents: 1. Admission to the Profession 2. Power of Courts and Other Bodies to Regulate Lawyers 3. Reporting Misconduct 4. Unauthorized Practice of Law 5. Supervising Subordinate Lawyers 6. Disciplinary Actions The "Regulation of the Legal Profession" tutorial also contains quizzes and a test to gauge your understanding of the concepts discussed in the videos. You can even earn the "Regulation of the Legal Profession" merit badge.
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