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Ethics Medley 2018
CLE Credit: 3.0 hours includes *2.0 Hours Ethics/Professional Responsibility and †1.0 Substance Abuse/Mental Health


Attorney Wellness: Achieving Health Physically and Professionally (from the Studio Webcast, Attorney Wellness: Achieving Health Physically and Professionally, January 2016) | Sarah E Nagae, Nexsen Pruet PLLC, Raleigh

High‐demand practices can wreak havoc on our health. Stress, long hours in front of a computer, inadequate sleep and the solitary nature of our work increase our vulnerability to major health issues including weight gain, depression, high blood pressure and substance abuse. These health conditions often come hand‐in‐hand with lowered energy and concentration levels, which directly affect the quality of our practices. However, improving your physical and professional health is not only possible, for many people it only takes making a few key changes throughout your day. In this session, lawyers learn:

•  Why attorneys are vulnerable to weight gain, heart disease, depression, anxiety and other mental health issues, substance abuse and chemical dependency
•  The ways in which stress and substance abuse are connected
•  To identify their own health behaviors that may be contributing to less‐than‐optimal job performance
•  To pinpoint the skills they need to learn or adjustments they need to make to change these behaviors
•  To develop realistic, achievable short‐term and a long‐term wellness goal
•  To formulate a plan for reaching their short‐term and long‐term wellness goals
•  Why accountability is vital to achieving these goals and how to structure accountability into your wellness plan

Ethics in the Digital Age* (from 35th Annual Estate Planning & Fiduciary Law Program, July 2014) | Marc W Ingersoll, Ingersoll & Hicks PLLC, Winston-Salem

This session addresses North Carolina Rules of Professional Conduct and ethics opinions of practical application in everyday situations that face the estate planning and fiduciary lawyer. The panelists discuss recent ethical guidance released in response to an increasingly digital world, including the paperless office, electronic files, and internet legal service providers. This session concludes with an introduction of proposed ethics opinions presently under consideration by the North Carolina State Bar.

•  The intersection of ethics and technology
•  Ethics guidance for NC estate planners
•  Technology's impact on the NC rules
•  Unbundling legal services

Ripped from the Headlines: Ethical Conundrums to Avoid* (from 2017 Health Law Section Annual Meeting, April 2017) |  Warren T Savage, Lawyers Mutual Liability Insurance Company, Cary and Camille Stell, CLAS, Lawyers Mutual Liability Insurance Company, Cary

Most attorneys never expect to disregard the ethics rules or find themselves on the receiving end of a malpractice claim. Today, more than ever, good lawyers find themselves in an ethical quandary – as the targets of a fraud or scam, the victims of embezzlement or from simply having made a mistake.

 

Product Information
Product Date:
February 15, 2018
Ethics Medley 2018

Registration Tuition Options:  

 
VIDEO REPLAY

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Regular
NCBA Member $155 $205
NCBA Paralegal Division Member $110 $160
Non-Member $205 $255
CLE Passport 3 tokens 
Full-time LANC Attorney (NCBA Member) $110
1st Year Licensed in NC (NCBA Member) $99
 
 The following categories do not include MCLE fees:
Law Student Division Member $25
Paralegal Division Student Member $25
Judge (NCBA Member) Please call the NCBA CLE Department to register for these categories: 800.228.3402 $75
Law Professor (NCBA Member) $75
Clerk of Court (NCBA Member) $75
 


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Pinehurst | Pinehurst Resort | Thursday, February 15, 2018
80 Carolina Vista Drive Directions | 855.235.8507
Registration: 8:00a | Program: 8:30-11:30a
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Speaker Information
Marc W Ingersoll   [ view bio ]
Sarah E Nagae  [ view bio ]
Warren T Savage   [ view bio ]
Camille Stell, CLAS   [ view bio ]
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NC State Bar
Mandatory Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) and Certified Paralegal Education (CPE) (Total): 3.00
Ethics/Professional Responsibility: 2.00
Substance Abuse/Mental Health (SA/MH): 1.00
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