Ethical Issues in an Evolving World AC16 (.MP3)
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This panel explores classic ethical issues regarding who the client is, dual representation, and conflicts of interest. Panelists add a twist by asking attorneys to do a bit of introspection and ask themselves if their personal biases can negatively impact client representation. Expect a thought-provoking discussion that will cover:
Key Topics Include
- Representing Divorcing Clients: When Interests Diverge
- Representation of Diverse Immigration Clients Whose Race, Religion, Sexual Orientation, and Belief Systems Are Different Than the Attorney's
- Is There a Duty of Disclosure When the Attorney Knows Secrets and Lies?
Gregory H. Siskind (DL), AILA Board of Governors, Memphis, TN
J. Craig Fong, Pasadena, CA
Mac Nayeri, Phoenix, AZ
Judith L. Wood, Los Angeles, CA
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