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2018 Brown Bag Ethics Series: Communication, Competence & Confidentiality

Approved for 1.0 hours CLE credit hour, including 1.0 hours Ethics & Professionalism credit in Kansas and Missouri

4/18/2018
When: Wednesday, April 18, 2018
Registration and lunch provided at 11:30 AM. Seminar begins at 12:00 PM.
Where: Robert L. Gernon Law Center
1200 SW Harrison St.
Topeka 66612
United States
Contact: Nancy Burghart
785-861-8827


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Approved for 1.0 hours of CLE credit, including 1.0 hours of Ethics & Professionalism credit in Kansas and Missouri.


2018 KBA Brown Bag Ethics Series:

Communication, Competence & Confidentiality in the Digital Age


Wednesday, April 18, 2018
Robert L. Gernon Law Center, Topeka

Agenda:

11:30 AM   Attendee Check-in & Lunch Provided

12:00 PM   Communication, Competence & Confidentiality in the Digital Age
Danielle Hall, Office of the Disciplinary Administrator, Topeka
Technology has been a game-changer for the attorney-client relationship. Digital age innovations can be used to facilitate quick communication between clients and their lawyers, allowing lawyers to better keep their clients reasonably informed. As a result, gone are the days when lawyers could practice law without understanding the basics of technology. In fact, our ethical obligations require us to stay abreast of the benefits and risks associated with technology. This program will cover how we can use technology to help with client communication, the importance of competently using technology, and the need to maintain client confidentiality in the digital age.


12:50 PM: Program Adjourns

 

Presenter:

 

 

Danielle Hall, Office of the Disciplinary Administrator, Topeka
Danielle serves as a Deputy Disciplinary Administrator for the State of Kansas. Prior to joining the Office of the Disciplinary Administrator, she was the Law Practice Services Director for the Kansas Bar Association, where she served as the organization’s Practice Management Advisor. As a PMA, she provided KBA members with 
information and services to assist in practice management. She regularly speaks on law practice management and ethics topics for national and local organizations. In addition, she is an adjunct professor at Washburn University and Washburn School of Law, teaching trial advocacy and coaching the advocacy competition teams. Hall received a B.A. degree in Political Science in 2006 and a J.D. in 2009 all from Washburn University.

 

 

Program Registration:
KBA Members:    $80
Nonmembers:    $160
Paralegal:            $45
Printed Materials (optional): $10

 

 

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