Indiana CLE - Ethics Credit Courses
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Understanding Diversity, Equity and Inclusion: How the Law Created Inequity
Efforts to equalize opportunity are often encapsulated by the words “diversity, equity and inclusion”. The need and purpose for DEI requires an understanding of how inequality is embedded into the law. This CLE course will explain the many laws and judicial pronouncements that have made inequality the law. The course will present some of the more seminal cases, some taught as early as grade school and some virtually unknown – in order to shed light on claims of inequity and the efforts... More Info$341.1Ethics Credits
Ethics in Workers Compensation
Workers compensation is a complex and confusing area of law. This CLE course will help attorneys navigate the system to ensure that every claimant received the representation they need and deserve. The course will cover ethical representation and the most common issues that arise and how to differentiate between what Associate Justice Potter Steward of the United States Supreme Court called, “the difference between what you have a right to do and what is right to do.” More Info$341.1Ethics Credits
Virtual Isolation: Is Hyperconnectivity Helping or Harming the Legal Professional?
Modern technology has taken over our lives in ways we couldn’t have possibly anticipated. Smartphones have replaced colleagues, friends and family as our most constant companions. However, like many things, their contributions to our lives comes at a price including the risk of dependence, addiction and fear. Constantly online, we find ourselves connected, but alone. Even put to the side, our electronic devices are always running. This trend has had an especially deliberating impact on... More Info$341.1Ethics Credits
Legal Ethics: Reasonableness of Fees
Compliance with ethics rules are a requirement for all firms and it is typically someone’s responsibility to ensure that compliance whether it’s an ethics committee, sole employee, or a shared responsibility amongst all attorneys. Regardless of how it is handled, ethics are the responsibility of all and this CLE course will demonstrate how to ensure compliance and mine timesheets for early warning signs that you are in danger of an ethics claim. More Info$341Ethics Credit
To Prosecute or Not To Prosecute? Analyzing Ethical Rules Telling Prosecutors When and How They Can Do Their Job
Whether and how to prosecute a case is not an open and shut issue. This CLE course will present prosecutors with the rules which limit the possibility of prosecuting certain cases as well as the guidelines for how they can and should be prosecuted. But this course does not only apply to prosecutors, as defense attorneys can use this information to attempt to dissuade prosecutors to drop cases or try them in a specific way. The course will explain and analyze these rules and gui... More Info$341Ethics Credit
Ethics & Client Communication: Setting Yourself Up for Success
Ethics regulations impose specific rules and standards for client communication. This CLE course will assist lawyers in understanding their bar-mandated responsibilities as well as how to create a system to ensure your mental health while meeting the needs of your clients. The course will present insights into Rule 1.4 and explain how to create and maintain a stress-free environment in this high stakes profession. More Info$341.2Ethics Credits
Legal Ethics: Lawyer and Client Relationship
This CLE course will familiarize private practice attorneys with tips and strategies to avoid unintentionally committing UPL violations. This applies particularly to those who perform transactional work and/or are telecommuting from a state or states that is outside where they are admitted to practice. Addressing the contours of what constitutes the unauthorized practice of law (UPL), this CLE course, based partially on an article I had written, will open with a walk through of LegalZ... More Info$341.1Ethics Credits
Ethical Considerations in Matrimonial and Family Law
This interactive CLE course will address various ethical issues that may be faced by matrimonial and family court practitioners in their interactions with clients, other attorneys and within their own firm. Employing a mock format, the course will use the New York Rules of Professional Conduct as its foundation to present real-life examples and solutions alongside potential outcomes and methods of addressing how to best navigate these issues. Designed to provide you with the skills to... More Info$341.1Ethics Credits
Weaponizing Rule 1.7 Against Insurance Defense Counsel
Throughout the country, liability insurers defend their policyholders against liability disputes. To do so, they hire pre-approved panel of defense counsel with two goals: 1) To protect the insurer’s interests as potential indemnitor, and 2) To represent the policyholder as a party to a liability dispute The Rules of Professional Conduct, Rule 1.7 impose six prongs of ethical prohibitions and permissions on counsel, each of which is investigated and analyzed to ensure compliance. This i... More Info$652Ethics Credits
Legal Ethics and the Mediation Process
Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) has grown a great deal over the past 10 years, particularly in the area of mediation. This process, however, is one that many counsel lack familiarity with. This CLE course, presented by Judge Scheinkman, will explain the importance of ethical considerations as they relate to settlement negotiations. The nature of mediation requires that parties abide by ethical rules and good faith in negotiations. Trust in this regard is not a relative concept,... More Info$341Ethics Credit