Presented by:

Robert A. Clifford

Founder and Senior Partner, Clifford Law Offices, Moderator

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Panelists:

Robert Burns

Professor of Ethics, Northwestern University School of Law

Judge Deborah Mary Dooling (ret.)

Cook County Circuit Court

Jayne Reardon

Exec. Director, Illinois Supreme Court Commission on Professionalism


The 2018 program is available via webcast.

The 2018 program was broadcasted live from DePaul University.

Overview

The landscape of litigation certainly is changing, and dealing with new and evolving ethical issues along with it. “Fighting fair” is imperative, but why does it seem to be getting more difficult and complicated to do so? In part it may be because we have new technologies and new players “in the sandbox” with lawyers.

Our panel of speakers will break down some of the most pestering yet important issues that impact lawyers every day: confidentiality, privilege and work product, conflicts of interest, contacting non-clients, dealing with experts, disclosure obligations, social media and electronic discovery.

Program Details

This 2018 program was approved for two (2.0) hours of professional responsibility credit by the Illinois Commission on Professionalism. Please note: CLE credit was only available for the live viewing. Previously recorded webcasts are not approved for CLE.

Clifford Law Offices has been approved by the State of Illinois as an accredited provider of mandatory continuing legal education programs in the state. Initially designed to help meet the state’s ethics credits for lawyers at the firm, Bob Clifford, founder and senior partner at the firm, decided as a measure of good will to offer the programs free to all lawyers in the state via the web. We look forward to providing this and other programs of interest to all lawyers.

The Changing Ethical Landscape of Litigation

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