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    Is Civility Dead? [CC]

    Is Civility Dead? [CC]
    PROFESSIONALISM 60 min

    Is Civility Dead? [CC]

    In light of the recent changes in our society and workplace, an updated approach to workplace professionalism is imperative for continued success. An aggressive approach was admired in the legal field, but now could be cause for disciplinary action. Learn from a panel of esteemed judges and established attorneys on the importance of civility in one's practice and how to create a welcoming atmosphere for clients and staff in and out of the courtroom.

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    1.00 total credit hours including

    • Ethics/Professionalism

      Status:

      Approved

      1.00 credit hours

      Available until:

      03/29/2025

    1.00 total credit hours including

    • General

      Status:

      Approved

      1.00 credit hours

      Available until:

      12/31/2024

    1.00 total credit hours including

    • General

      Status:

      Approved

      1.00 credit hours

      Available until:

      12/31/2024

    1.00 total credit hours including

    • Legal Ethics/Professional Responsibility

      Status:

      Approved

      1.00 credit hours

      Available until:

      03/29/2027

    1.00 total credit hours including

    • Legal Ethics

      Status:

      Approved

      1.00 credit hours

      Available until:

      03/29/2026

    1.00 total credit hours including

    • Ethics or Professional Responsibility

      Status:

      Approved

      1.00 credit hours

      Available until:

      03/29/2025

    1.00 total credit hours including

    • Ethics and Professionalism

      Status:

      Approved

      1.00 credit hours

      Available until:

      03/29/2025

    0.00 total credit hours including

    • Ethics

      Status:

      Approved

      1.00 credit hours

      Available until:

      12/31/2025

    1.00 total credit hours including

    • Ethics/Professionalism

      Status:

      Approved

      1.00 credit hours

      Available until:

      03/29/2027

    1.00 total credit hours including

    • Ethics or Professionalism

      Status:

      Applied for upon completion

      1.00 credit hours

      Available until:

      03/29/2025

    1.00 total credit hours including

    • Professionalism

      Status:

      Applied for

      1.00 credit hours

      Available until:

      03/29/2025

    1.00 total credit hours including

    • Ethics

      Status:

      Approved

      1.00 credit hours

      Available until:

      03/29/2027

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    Many lawyers feel that zealous advocacy on behalf of their clients requires aggressiveness. Others may characterize this behavior as uncivil, or even bullying. Traditionally, incivility has not been prosecuted by bar counsel as a disciplinary matter-but some jurisdictions are starting to do so. This panel will examine the current state of civility in the profession, especially in litigation, from the perspective of practicing lawyers and judges. It will also explore means to restore professionalism to the practice.

    As a result of this webinar, participants will be able to:

    1) identify behaviors that may constitute incivility or bullying

    2) employ tools to defuse incivility or bullying

    3) Identify problems which may arise regarding respect for opposing counsel, the Court and court staff.

    Product Details

    Product Code

    EP2203ICDOLC

    Duration

    60

    Publication Date

    3/30/2022 12:00:00 AM

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