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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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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.
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: 1974 Quimbee
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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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.
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
Daniel Chammas: Legal Ethics and Professional Responsibilities
 
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Daniel Chammas works for Venable LLC and takes his professional responsibilities very seriously and understands the obligations he has to each and every one of his clients. He says that at the most basic level, they are a code of conduct that all legal professionals must follow in order to provide the best possible service to their clients. The code that a lawyer must follow is often quite complex and is often breached by accident if the lawyer is not diligent enough in following it. The safest way to avoid such issues is to be fully aware of the professional responsibilities you have as a lawyer and to abide by them to the letter.
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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.
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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.
Views: 730 Quimbee
Legal Ethics tutorial: Attorneys' Fees in the Attorney-Client Relationship | quimbee.com
 
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A brief excerpt from Quimbee's tutorial video on the topic of attorneys' fees 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: 341 Quimbee
Make Lawyers Accountable for Speedy & Fair Justice | Dr. Kapil Kakar
 
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Lawyers and Advocates play an important role in any case. In the past it has been seen that lawyers twisting the cases, misrepresenting the cases, creating evidences and manipulating but still they are not taken to task or punished. It is the poor public which is denied justice because of crooked Advocates and Lawyers, since there is no accountability for them. This video talks about making Advocates and Lawyers answerable especially for their misdeed and creating evidences or influencing witnesses. Watch more videos on Judicial Reforms , View our Channel. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4b9g2gjDDatg7_caGUl7EA https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2TJ3FMGWT-M&t= Go to our Facebook Page Judicial Reforms for people of India https://www.facebook.com/groups/21283... Why Reforms are Important? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WF1xq... Lets Believe in Freewill and Not Destiny and bring Reforms https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Au5NW...
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: 435 Quimbee
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
Introduction to law: The Legal Profession
 
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In this Introduction to Law video, we look at the shape of the legal profession in Australia, the ethics of practice, the process of admission, and the responsibilities of a lawyer to the Court.
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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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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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Module 1 - Introduction and Regulation of the Legal Profession
 
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This is part one 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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Legal Ethics 2.0MG
 
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The Florida Bar Young Lawyers Division (YLD) is excited to announce the second webinar of its free, lunchtime Social Media and Technology Webinar Series, "Legal Ethics 2.OMG!" hosted by Mac McCoy, Esq. The webinar will address the rules of professional conduct that apply to professional and business activities on social media, the uncharted territory of legal ethics regulation in the social media realm, and things to consider when you are using social media personally and professionally.
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Ethics and Professional Responsibility - Michael McGarvie
 
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Please visit our website www.greenslist.com.au for associated PDF papers and slides for this seminar. This Continuing Professional Development seminar was held in the Neil McPhee Room of Owen Dixon Chambers, it was presented by Michael McGarvie (CEO of the Legal Services Board and Legal Services Commissioner) and Richard Antill (Investigations and Risk Manager at the LPLC) and Chaired by Michael Green. To view more of our CPD seminars: http://www.greenslist.com.au/cpd-library/seminar-media.html
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
LAW 5134 - Professional Responsibility
 
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This course presents the organization of the legal profession and professional responsibility in practice, forming the attorney-client relationship, advertising, solicitation, group legal plans and services, fiduciary duties and avoiding conflicts of interests. Learning Outcomes: - Examine regulation of the legal profession, including admission to the bar and lawyer discipline. - Examine the lawyer-client relationship, including billing, handling client property, and the duty of confidentiality. - Analyze the duty of loyalty to a client and apply to various aspects of legal practice, including representation of multiple parties, conflicts of interest in criminal litigation, conflicts between client interests and the lawyer’s personal interest, duties owed to former clients, practicing as a government lawyer. - Examine advising clients, including advising individual clients and business corporations, contact with represented and unrepresented persons, and negotiation ethics. - Examine the ethical standards of the legal profession, including litigation tactics, disclosure of law or facts favorable to the other side, handling physical evidence, and perjurious clients. - Analyze the delivery of legal services, including marketing professional services, the ethics of referral to a specialist, changing law firms, pro bono work, and class actions. - Examine the ethical conduct of judges, including disqualifying conflicts of interest, and political candidacy of judges. - Examine the ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct and apply rules to variant fact patterns. - Examine the ABA Model Code of Professional Responsibility and apply the Code to variant fact patterns. - Examine the ABA Model Code of Judicial Conduct and apply the Code to variant fact patterns. - Synthesize course concepts through interaction and discussion with other learners and faculty mentor. Introduce self and explain course expectations. - Analyze facts from a hypothetical and apply the applicable rule of law to demonstrate mastery of legal analytical skills. This is a course offered within the Juris Doctor program at California Southern University. To learn more, please visit: http://www.calsouthern.edu/online-law-degrees/
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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?"
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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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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Compliance Jobs For Lawyers - Working in Ethics & Compliance
 
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Working in ethics & compliance can make great jobs to do with a law degree. Of the many alternative careers for lawyers outside of practicing law, compliance is one of the jobs that's growing in popularity. Our guest, Kimberly Strong, is a lawyer who works as a Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer (CECO) at a major company. She's a leader in the ethics and compliance space, having worked with compliance issues since the year 2000 at major companies including America Online. Kimberly explains what compliance is and why ethics & compliance are often tied together. She also explains what people do at work when they're part of an ethics & compliance team by examining the role of a CECO. Kimberly tells us that a huge part of compliance jobs for lawyers is making sure that all levels of management at a business understand what the polices, procedures, and rules that apply to the business are. It's also important to make sure everyone knows what resources they have access to for getting their questions answered. Whether you're in law school or wondering what to do with a law degree, you may want to check out ethics & compliance jobs. In the full interview at JDCOT, Kimberly tells host Marc Luber how those leaving law can break in to compliance jobs. She also explains a typical day, who best fits these alternative careers for lawyers, and how to succeed in this career path. Check out my FREE "How To Transition from Law to Fulfilling Alternative Careers" workshop: https://jdcareersoutthere.com/transition-workshop Explore alternative careers for lawyers by video with me at: https://jdcareersoutthere.com/alternative-careers-for-lawyers-jd-refugee You'll find the full interview with Kim on compliance jobs for lawyers here: http://jdcareersoutthere.com/what-is-compliance-why-is-it-such-a-popular-alternative-career-for-lawyers/ JDCOT on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/JDCOT JDCOT on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/JD_COT JDCOT on LinkedIn: http://ow.ly/hawCx JDCOT on Google+: http://plus.google.com/+jdcot
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LAWS13013 Legal Professional Conduct Problems 22-25
 
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LAWS13013 Legal Professional Conduct Problems 22=25. This presentation is part of a course on Queensland Ethics presented by Professor Stephen Colbran, CQUniversity Australia. www.cqu.edu.au/law The full course may be viewed on iTunesU at the CQUniversity site. Visit CQU Law on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/pages/CQU-Law.
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.
Ethics and Professional Responsibility
 
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This is a quick intro to Ethics and Responsibility
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Florida Bar Practice Resource Institute: "Legal Ethics 2.OMG!"
 
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This one-hour program presented by Mac McMcoy -- attorney for Carlton Fields Jordan Burt -- and The Florida Bar Young Lawyers Division addresses the rules of professional conduct that apply to professional and business activities on social media, the uncharted territory of legal ethics regulation in the social media realm and things to consider when you are using social media personally and professionally. This seminar has been approved for continuing legal education credit in the following area(s): 1 General CLER Credit and 1 Ethics. Course # 1409456N.
Views: 1071 The Florida Bar
ADVOCATES ACT 1961 Section 35 In Hindi | Punishment Of Advocates For Misconduct
 
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ADVOCATES ACT 1961 section 35 In Hindi sec 35. Punishment of advocates for misconduct In this video Mr. shesh kuamr singh telling about advocates act. In which he tell that for making discipline between advocate this act come in force. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- CrPC sections 281, 282 and 283 Evidence In Inquiries And Trials | Chaper 23 https://youtu.be/U5ScnOJJNyo Ek Jurm Do Baar Karne Per Kya Saja Hogi | IPC Section 75 https://youtu.be/g7WzFF2tiVc Difference Between Rape And Adultery In Hindi | IPC Section 375 & IPC Section 497 https://youtu.be/PlSqcbJsJFE ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Facebook page Id : https://www.facebook.com/sheshkumarsingh
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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
Lawyer Self-Regulation -- History and Sources of Law
 
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Video Topic for Professional Responsibility; history of professional responsibility rules and other sources of law that now contribute to the "law of lawyers"
Ethics and Professionalism From a Judge's Perspective
 
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The Kessler-Eidson Trial Techniques Program of Emory University School of Law panel of Judges: Hon. Matthew W. Williams Hon. Cynthia Stevens, Hon. George C. Hanks, Jr., and Hon. Jack Nevin moderated by Reuben Guttman
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Health Care Professional Licensing – Lawyer 321
 
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Health Care Professional Licensing – Lawyer 321
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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.
Social Media Ethics for Florida Lawyers (Ep. 012)
 
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This episode features a presentation by Carlton Fields shareholder Mac McCoy ([email protected]arltonfields.com) regarding the application of Florida's Rules of Professional Conduct to social media usage by Florida lawyers and law firms, highlighting 15 potential ethical pitfalls. POST-SCRIPT: Please note that the references in this video to Florida's Rules of Professional Conduct governing lawyer advertising are superseded by the new advertising rules approved by In re Amendments to the Rules Regulating The Florida Bar -- Subchapter 4-7, Lawyer Advertising Rules, No. SC11-1327, 108 So. 3d 609 (Fla. Jan. 31, 2013). StudioCF is the official vlawg (video law blog) of Carlton Fields. For more information, visit http://www.carltonfields.com/studiocf/ or email us at [email protected] To receive new monthly episodes of StudioCF, subscribe to our YouTube channel (http://www.youtube.com/user/cfvlawg), subscribe to our RSS feed (http://www.carltonfields.com/studiocf/?view=rss), and follow us on Twitter @cfvlawg.

 Carlton Fields has offices in Atlanta, Miami, New York, Orlando, St. Petersburg, Tallahassee, Tampa, and West Palm Beach. DISCLAIMERS: This video is for informational and educational purposes only. This video is not intended as legal advice or as a substitute for legal consultation in a particular case or circumstance. Viewing this video does not create an attorney-client relationship. Under the rules of some states, this video is considered an advertisement. The hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon the information included in this video. Before you decide to hire a lawyer, please ask us to send you written information about our qualifications and experience.

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Module 8 - Different Roles of the Lawyer
 
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This is part eight 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/.
Views: 270 JD Advising
Chat With A Lawyer -  Dolores Dorsainvil - How to Report Unethical Lawyer
 
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Check out my interview with Attorney Dolores Dorsainvil from DC Bar Counsel about ethics of lawyer and how to report unethical lawyers. Check out more episodes at www.chatwithalawyer.tv.
Legal Ethics tutorial: Admission to the Profession | quimbee.com
 
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A brief excerpt from Quimbee's tutorial video on the rules governing admission to the bar, as well as how to support another's admission to the bar. 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: 57 Quimbee
Revolutionary Lawyering: Lawyers' Social Responsibility and Ethical Duties during Revolutions
 
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הרצאתו של דר' יניב רוזנאי ממרכז מינרבה לשלטון החוק במצבי קיצון באוניברסיטה חיפה בנושא Revolutionary Lawyering: Lawyers' Social Responsibility and Ethical Duties during Revolutions שנתנה במסגרת כנס בנושא נושאים במקצוע עריכת הדין מרחבי העולם שהתקיים במסלול האקדמי המכללה למנהל ובחסות המרכז לאתיקה ואחריות מקצועית של עורכי דין ע"ש דיויד וינר ז"ל. Dr. Yaniv Roznai from The Minerva Center for the Rule of Law under Extreme Conditions in The University of Haifa lecture on the subject of Revolutionary Lawyering: Lawyers' Social Responsibility and Ethical Duties during Revolutions. Part of The David Weiner Center for Lawyer's Ethics and Professional Responsibility Conference on Current Issues of the Legal Profession around the Globe.
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Sexual Harassment, NDAs and the role of Lawyers: Karon Monaghan in conversation with Zelda Perkins
 
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Organised by UCL Centre for Ethics & Law and part of 100-years of Women in Law celebrations. Speakers: Karon Monaghan QC, Barrister, Matrix Chambers Zelda Perkins, Theatre Producer for Robert Fox Ltd Chair: Professor Richard Moorhead, UCL Centre for Ethics & Law About the event Karon Monaghan QC and Zelda Perkins will discuss * how women experience sexual harassment in the workplace; * how organisations generally, and lawyers in particular, respond to those; * the use of non-disclosure agreements and ongoing political responses to sexual harassment and the use of NDAs. About the speakers Karon Monaghan is a barrister at Matrix Chambers and practises principally in the fields of equality and discrimination law, human rights and EU law. Her work spans the fields of employment law, civil actions, judicial review and inquests. She has appeared in numerous cases at appellate level, including in the Court of Appeal and Supreme Court and (on references under Art 267, TFEU) in the CJEU. Zelda Perkins is a Theatre Producer for Robert Fox Ltd and a former assistant to Harvey Weinstein. She recently broke the 20 year silence on her non-disclosure agreement (NDA), facing the risk of legal action to talk about what she faced and its contents. In 2018 Perkins testified before parliament to change regulation around such employment contracts and settlement agreements. She is currently working with the Women and Equalities Committee to change the way NDA’s are structured within the law, in order to create a better framework which protects the victims of the situation. The Equality and Human Rights Commission has already recommended imposing mandatory duty on employers to prevent workplace harassment. Richard Moorhead is a Professor of Law and Professional Ethics at UCL London.
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What is PROFESSIONAL ETHICS? What does PROFESSIONAL ETHICS mean? PROFESSIONAL ETHICS meaning
 
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