Date: November 4, 2019
Time: 8:15AM - 1:15PM
Location: Boston, MA
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 mandatory professionalism course within 18 months of admission. Spend the morning with MCLE and build a foundation in professionalism that will serve you throughout your career.
- Developing, Managing, and Maintaining Relationships
- Demonstrating Professionalism in Problem Solving
- Examining Implicit Bias
- Promoting Access to Justice
- Navigating the Challenges and Opportunities in Using New Technology and Social Media
- Adapting to the Financial Challenges Inherent in an Evolving Legal Marketplace—and Thriving
- Maintaining Your Professional and Personal Well-Being
Mintz's Gauri Punjabi spoke on two panels at this seminar, titled A Deeper Look at the Profession: Trends, Challenges, and Opportunities: Strategies for Building Competency & Surviving the Financial Challenges of Being a New Lawyer in an Increasingly Commoditized, Evolving Legal Marketplace—and Thriving and Implicit Bias; the Importance of Diversity and Inclusion in the Legal Profession; and Promoting Access to Justice.