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Practicing with Professionalism
Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Inc.
May 16, 2016
4:00AM - 1:00PM
Why Every Lawyer Should Be Interested in Cultural Competency
Observance of the highest ethical standards, proficiency in essential elements of law practice, and engagement in the legal community are among the hallmarks of professionalism. MCLE's Practicing with Professionalism course brings these principles to life through video, lecture, interactive polling, compelling hypotheticals, and valuable best practices.
SJC Rule 3:16 requires all newly admitted lawyers in Massachusetts to complete a one-day mandatory professionalism course within 18 months of admission. Spend this day with MCLE and build a foundation in professionalism that will serve you throughout your career.
An introductory video featuring Massachusetts judges and lawyers sharing their insights on professionalism and what it means to be a Massachusetts lawyer.
A nationally recognized ethics trainer, Jack Marshall, using interactive discussion and specially tailored hypotheticals to highlight the distinctive elements of ethical practice in Massachusetts.
An address by a leading member of the Massachusetts judiciary on the court system and the role of professionalism in Massachusetts practice.
Presentations by experts on how to manage a law practice and develop successful attorney-client relationships, how the bar's disciplinary system works, and how to handle client funds.
Information on professional organizations and pro bono practice—opportunities for connecting and contributing.
An introduction to lawyer assistance resources—where you can find support for stress, addiction, and mental health concerns.
An opportunity to spend lunch (provided by MCLE) in breakout discussion groups for a Q&A session with experienced practitioners in the areas of business and real estate law, estate planning and family law, and criminal and civil litigation.
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