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self-study/Legal Ethics

How attorneys can end up on Santa's 'nice' list

By Alanna G. Clair, Shari L. Klevens

self-study/Legal Ethics

How much can judges socialize with lawyers?

By Wendy L. Patrick

self-study/Legal Ethics

Appellate ruling limits appearances by trustees and executors in pro per

By Mark J. Phillips, Jake V. Phillips

self-study/Legal Ethics

Lessons learned from classic fictional attorneys

By Joanna L. Storey

self-study/Legal Ethics

Programming professionalism: the ethics of artificial intelligence

By Wendy L. Patrick

self-study/Legal Ethics

Trauma-informed lawyering is our professional responsibility

By Sarah Abraham, Brenda Star Adams

self-study/Legal Ethics

Why ethics matter in mediation

By Randa M. Trapp

self-study/Legal Ethics

Legal ethics lessons learned from TV lawyers

By Joanna L. Storey

self-study/Legal Ethics

Ethical billing: avoiding scum and villainy

By Brandon Krueger

self-study/Legal Ethics

You had me at hello.

By Amy L. Bomse

self-study/Legal Ethics

Catch the client’s eye: The evolution of trade names in the law

By David M. Majchrzak, Heather L. Rosing

participatory/Legal Ethics

Changed pathways to becoming a lawyer

By Howard B. Miller

self-study/Legal Ethics

The evolution of fee disputes

By David M. Majchrzak, Heather L. Rosing

self-study/Legal Ethics

When duties of candor and confidentiality collide

By Shawn Shaffie

self-study/Legal Ethics

You’ve lost your client. Now what?

By Lucy Vartanian

self-study/Legal Ethics

My big mouth!

By Neville L. Johnson, Douglas L. Johnson

self-study/Legal Ethics

How not to be a lawyer

By Mark L. Tuft

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