Professionalism: Confessions of an Unprofessional Lawyer
"Do as adversaries do in law. Strive mightily but eat and drink as friends."
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December 15, 2015
Louisiana Association for Justice
On January 10, 1992, the Louisiana Supreme Court adopted the Code of Professionalism. Join attorney J. Michael Veron as he discusses practical applications of La. S. Ct. Rule XXX, CLE Rule 3 which includes in part: “Professionalism concerns the knowledge and skill of the law faithfully employed in the service of client and public good and entails what is more broadly expected of attorneys. It includes courses on the duties of attorneys to the judicial system, courts, public, clients, and other attorneys; attorney competency; and pro bono obligations.”Expand summary
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