Practical Legal Ethics
Incredible Value! 4 One Hour Sessions for $100 Non Members, $80 for Paralegal Plus and Free to Paralegal Passport Members
Live and On Demand Webinars
Taught by an attorney specializing in working with paralegals.
1. Paralegal Ethics and Social Media (New!)
What are the ethics involved in using Facebook, Twitter and other social media? How do you instruct your attorneys? Here is what you need to know to avoid making ethical mistakes with the latest communication technologies, the prohibition from using false and misleading statements, latest cases, privileged information, inadvertently creating attorney-client relationships, proper conduct, and more.
A primer on maintaining client confidences and when you might violate them. How using the latest technology can violate confidentiality, accidental disclosure, and how to help you and your attorney avoid violations of attorney work-product privilege and attorney client privilege.
3. Conflict of Interest
Do you have a conflict of interest and don't know it? What constitutes a conflict of interest? Here's how to help you and your attorneys avoid conflicts of interest including to build ethical walls and when they are needed.
How do you avoid accidentally practicing law? Learn all of the ways clients and others try to get you to give them legal advice, including how just one sentence can inadvertently get you in trouble.
Instructor: Allen Brody, Esq.
Pricing Options for All 4 Sessions:
Paralegal Passport Member: FREE
Paralegal PLUS: $80.00 per person
NON-MEMBER: $100.00 per personOrganization of Legal Professionals (OLP) is a sponsor of this webinar. OLP is a California MCLE Multiple Activity Provider. Four hours CLE. Check with your state for eligibility. Classes are subject to change or cancellation. No refunds. Attendees may apply a credit towards another course or provide a substitute. You will receive a certificate of attendance after completion of the recorded sessions. You may also submit your certificate of attendance to NALA or NFPA for approval.