Ethical Marketing Considerations for Young Lawyers: Applying the Rules of Professional Conduct
Tue, May 22, 2018
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM ET
You're a new attorney. Whether you're solo, a government employee, or an associate at a larger firm, it's important to know how to effectively market yourself both in AND out of the office. How do you get clients as a new attorney? What do partners look for in the ideal associate when giving out clients? How do the Rules of Professional Conduct affect your marketing strategy? At this program, a panel comprised of successful attorneys well into their practice (who know exactly what you're going through) will give you advice on how to ethically bring in business and advance your career as you begin practicing law. Be prepared to discuss the following rules and how to integrate them into your marketing strategy:
- Rule 1.1 Competence
- Rule 1.3 Diligence
- Rule 1.6 Confidentiality of Information
- Rule 1.7 Conflict of Interest: Current Clients
- Rules 1.8 Conflict of Interest: Current Clients: Specific Rules
- Rule 6.1 Pro Bono Public Service
- Rule 7.1 Communication Concerning a Lawyer’s Services
- Rule 7.2 Advertising
- Rule 7.3 Direct Contact with Prospective Clients
- Rule 7.4 Communication of Fields of Practice and Specialization
Speakers: Katherine Carlton Robinson, Schuckit & Associates PC; Kathleen E. Casey, Public Defender Commission; Jessica M. Cicchini, Marion County Public Defender Agency; Lesa C. Duvall, Duvall & Fall PC; Jeffrey T. Gorham, Frost Brown Todd LLC; John R. Gregg, Ice Miller LLP; Cameron G. Starnes, Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP; John C. Trimble, Lewis Wagner LLP
Indiana Commission For Continuing Legal Education
Credit has been approved with the Indiana Commission For Continuing Legal Education for 1.00 Ethics credit, 1.00 General credit, 1.00 Speaker Ethics credit, and 1.00 Speaker General credit.
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Tue, May 22, 2018
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM ET