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Approved for 1 hour of ethics & professionalism CLE Credit in Kansas and Missouri

When: Thursday, November 16, 2017
Webinar runs from Noon-12:50 PM
Where: From the comfort of your desk using your computer and phone
United States
Contact: Nancy Burghart

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Approved for 1 hour of ethics & professionalism  CLE credit in Kansas & Missouri


Ethical Ramifications: We Scare Because We Care!

Bethany Roberts, Barber Emerson LC, Lawrence
If your client has ever brought you a bunch of Facebook posts of the other side and you did not know whether or how to use it; then this seminar is for you.  This training will review how to ethically handle the technology landmine and cover Kansas Rules of Professional Conduct (KRPC)  Rule 1.1 Competence, 1.2 Scope of Representation, 1.3 Diligence, 1.4 Communication, and Ethically Withdrawing under 1.16. 

Anticipated outcomes:

Participants will receive information on what the Model Rules of Professional Conduct require of them in relation to receiving, mining, scrubbing and utilizing as exhibits.  Participants will also learn the tools to withdraw appropriately when the rules require.  



 Bethany Roberts is an attorney with Barber Emerson, L.C. in Lawrence, Kansas.  Ms. Roberts was formerly the managing attorney with Kansas Legal Services in Topeka, Kansas where she was employed since graduation from law school at the University of Kansas (Go Jayhawks!).  She specializes in working with victims of domestic, sexual, stalking and dating violence. Ms. Roberts is an Adjunct Professor at Washburn Law School teaching topics related to child and family law, specifically “Children in the Law” and “Domestic Violence.”   Ms. Roberts frequently speaks on domestic, Guardian ad Litem, and ethical issues.  Prior to law school, Ms. Roberts was a special education teacher. 




KBA Member: $80
Non-member: $90
Paralegal: $45