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The attorney who represents administrative agencies and boards inevitably finds him or herself wearing different hats depending on the needs of the agency or board.
The attorney’s roles can change on a daily, if not hourly, basis: he/she may find themselves shifting from investigator, to advocate, to rulemaking coordinator, to general advisor all in a day’s work. These changing roles implicate many ethical issues, and both the attorneys that represent agencies and those who practice before them, should be aware of the attorneys’ ethical obligations in each.
This session explores the different roles of an administrative attorney and, with the North Carolina Rules of Professional Conduct as our guide, examines ethical issues that can arise on a regular basis.
April 20, 2018
NC State Bar
Ethics/Professional Responsibility: 1.00
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