The road to becoming a practicing attorney is a long and arduous one. After years of law school and months of studying for the bar exam, one more step remains before we are officially licensed to practice. Every lawyer in the country must be sworn in and take their state’s oath of attorney. This ceremony may seem traditional and mundane, but it has never been more important. This oath binds each attorney to certain professional obligations and requires us, as lawyers, to faithfully uphold and support the laws of our state and our country.
Ethics 101: Ethical Issues for the New Practitioner (On-Demand CLE)
This program pairs ethical experience with the questions new lawyers need to be answered. Some of the most common questions include: addressing errors, supervising and being supervised, creating ethical and informative bills for clients, and being tech-savvy to ensure client data protection.