October 23, 2012
The Ethics Implications of Collaborative Law
In 2007, Colorado became the first state to issue an ethics opinion that found that collaborative law practice creates a non-waivable conflict of interest. The ABA subsequently took a contrary position. This panel will explore ethical issues in collaborative law practice and assess whether and how the underlying concerns can be addressed.
James M. McCauley (Panel leader)
Paula H. Noe
Scott R. Peppet
Pauline H. Tesler
The Center for Professional Responsibility