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25th Annual Ethics CLE - All Three Sessions

Length: 7 hours

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Is Justice Accessible if Speech May
Not Be Free and Courts May Be Closed
3 Access to Justice Credits

“Zealous” or “Excessive” –
Can a Lawyer’s Good Intentions Go Too Far?
3 Ethics Credits

Understanding Child Abuse
and Your Reporting Obligations
1 Child Abuse Reporting Credit
 
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Is Justice Accessible if Speech May
Not Be Free and Courts May Be Closed
3 Access to Justice Credits

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            Is Justice Accessible if Speech May Not Be Free and Courts May Be Closed
            •    What is a “race card”?  When can it be used?
            •    Picking a lawyer because of gender, race, or political status: the client’s view
            •    Picking who works on a case for a potentially biased client: the lawyer’s and law firm’s view  
            •    Buying justice: do caseload or other concerns give the rich a better standard of care? What, if anything, can be done about it?
            •    “Unbundling” as a tool for access to justice
            •    Reforming courts: proposals to make courts more effective, efficient, and tolerant
            Moderator: Peter R. Jarvis
            – Hon. John V. Acosta
            – Hon. Paul J. De Muniz
            – Robin Morris Collin
            – Steven T. Wax

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“Zealous” or “Excessive” –
Can a Lawyer’s Good Intentions Go Too Far?
3 Ethics Credits

Recent Developments Regarding Oregon’s Rules of Professional Conduct
            •    Caselaw and stipulations
            •    Recent ethics opinions
                Emerging trends
            – David J. Elkanich
            – Jeffrey D. Sapiro

“Zealous” or “Excessive” – Can a Lawyer’s Good Intentions Go Too Far?
                Puffing and negotiating: is there a line and how do we draw it?
                Virtual lawyering and its critics
                High-tech details: metadata, inadvertent disclosure, and related issues
                E-mail and communicating with represented parties
                Considering coupons: marketing for fun and profit in a high-tech world
            Moderator: Katherine Heekin
            – David H. Angeli
            – Blerina Kotori
            – Albert A. Menashe

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Understanding Child Abuse
and Your Reporting Obligations
1 Child Abuse Reporting Credit

Understanding Child Abuse and Your Reporting Obligations
            This presentation will cover the basics of the Oregon child abuse and neglect reporting law for mandatory reporters, which includes all lawyers. It will also address an area of child abuse and neglect that drives most child dependency cases, namely parental substance abuse. This will be a practical discussion designed to inform the judgments lawyers are required to make, and the steps they are required to take, to fulfill their duty to assist in protecting children from abuse.    
            – Rob Bovett

PROGRAM FACULTY=======

Hon.  John V. Acosta
United States District Court

David H. Angeli
Angeli Law Group LLC

Rob Bovett
District Attorney for Lincoln County

Hon. Paul J. De Muniz
Oregon Supreme Court

David J. Elkanich
Program Planner
Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP

Katherine Heekin
The Heekin Law Firm

Peter R. Jarvis
Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP

Blerina Kotori
Tonkon Torp LLP

Albert A. Menashe
Gevurtz Menashe

Robin Morris Collin
Willamette University College of Law

Jeffrey D. Sapiro
Disciplinary Counsel, Oregon State Bar

Steven T. Wax
Federal Public Defender’s Office


Original Recording Date: Friday, November 2, 2012

CLE Credits (60): 3 Ethics, 3 Access to Justice, and 1 Child Abuse Reporting

Ethics Credit (60): 3 Ethics

Practice Area: also qualifies for "Introductory to Access to Justice" MCLE Credits

Access to Justice: 3 Access to Justice

Child Abuse Reporting: 1 Child Abuse Reporting


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Oregon Law Institute of Lewis & Clark Law School

Course Materials

  • Schedule and Speakers' Bio's
  • Session 1 - Is Justice Accessible?
  • Session 2 - Professional Responsibility
  • Session 3 -Zealousness
  • Session 4 - CAR
  • MCLE Form 2012 Ethics
  • Child Abuse Reporting PowerPoint Slides