Tuesday, April 6, 2010

ABA Conference on Professional Responsibility

The 36th National Conference on Professional Responsibility sponsored by the ABA Center for Professional Responsibility will be held in Seattle on June 2-5, 2010. For more information go here.

Here is a link to the conference schedule which includes sessions on the following topics:

Should Model Rule 1.10 be amended to remove imputation within a law firm in the context of concurrent representation?

Should Model Rule 5.6(a) be repealed, thereby permitting lawyers to participate in agreements restricting the right of a lawyer to practice?

Should Model Rule 5.4 be amended to permit lawyers to practice in law firm entities that have non-lawyer investors or owners?

Prosecutors and Their Disclosure Duties: A Regulatory Conundrum

The Year in Review in Conflicts

SEC Prosecutions of Lawyers: Trends and Implications

Trial Lawyers in Trouble

Social Websites and Legal Ethics

Preparing Lawyers (Effectively) to Prepare Witnesses (Ethically)

The Year in Review in Confidentiality and Attorney-Client Privilege

The Suicide Crisis

The Ethics of Investigations

Professionalism Revisited: Lessons From Social Science and Health Professions

Cross Border Practice at the Crossroads: Multijurisdictional Practice Revisited

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