How to Walk the Ethical Line - Being Less Stressed Out
How to Walk the Ethical Line - Being Less Stressed OutYou just finished a presentation to a local civic group on immigration. One member of the audience approaches you with a "quick question". He has fallen in love with a woman from the Philippines and wonders whether it is better to have her come into the United States on a B-2 visitor visa and marry him or is there a faster way for her to get a green card from the Philippines. How do you handle the question and afterwards? Seems simple, but is it really?
Despite the unassuming question, this situation can have serious ethical ramifications. No matter the question or the context , it is always prudent to remain well within the boundary line of what is ethical. Join the conversation as our three expert panelists--Cyrus Mehta, Sam Myers and Kathleen Campbell Walker--walk through four common and seemingly simple fact patterns that can trap the unwary lawyer. Listen. Learn. Feel less stressed!
This podcast features the article How to Walk the Ethical Line - Being Less Stress Out as an additional resource. The article was originally published for the 2011 Annual Conference.
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