Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Ethics Webinar

AAML WEBINAR: Ethical Pitfalls in the Initial Client Interview September 14th 12:00 EST

Lawyers have ethical obligations to ensure that clients can make informed decisions to proposed courses of action. Many of our clients come to us in crisis and an impaired state. The intersection between that emotional volatility, ethical obligations placed on attorneys by the Rules of Processional Conduct, and the range of available process options creates a minefield for lawyers conducting the initial client interview. AAML Fellows David Fink (Northern California chapter) and Mark Weiss (Washington State chapter) with Moderator Mary Pence (Maryland chapter) will lay out a road map for successfully navigating that minefield.

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