Pandemic Lawyering: Authorized and Unauthorized Practice (2/2/2021)
In this seminar, we will examine the ways that the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact lawyers and the practice of law.
TOPICS AND SPEAKERS:
UNUSUAL TIMES, UNUSUAL CHOICES
How working at home – and often in isolation – can contribute to lawyers making choices they otherwise wouldn’t. Areas of risk for lawyers, and the best ways to mitigate those risks.
Tracy L. Kepler, Risk Control Consulting Director, CNA Lawyers Insurance Program
UNAUTHORIZED PRACTICE CONCEPTS AND NEW DEVELOPMENTS
New developments in the regulation of the unauthorized practice of law, particularly those that affect lawyers working remotely
Mary Andreoni, Ethics Education Counsel, Illinois Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission
James A. Doppke, Robinson Stewart Montgomery & Doppke
Kay L. Dawson, Miller Shakman Levine & Feldman LLP
CBA Professional Responsibility Committee
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