AILA Ethics Compendium (Live Recording) AC18 (.MP3)
Join the authors and editors of the AILA Ethics Compendium for an enlightening and thought-provoking ethics discussion. Now in its fifth year, panelists on AILA Ethics Compendium: LIVE offer an in-depth and robust analysis of the Rules of Professional Responsibility, and discuss how these rules apply to immigration lawyers.
- Confidentiality, Conflicts, and Consultations - When Does Prospective Client Become Current Client? – Rule 1.18
- Understanding Challenges of Dual Representation – Rule 1.7
- When Does Current Client Become Former Client?
- Confidentiality, Conflicts, and Former Clients – Rule 1.9
- Alan B. Goldfarb (DL), AILA Ethics Committee Chair, Minneapolis, MN
- Kenneth Craig Dobson, AILA Ethics Committee Vice Chair, New York, NY
- Meghan Moore, Wyoming, MI
- Helen A. Sklar, Los Angeles, CA
*This is a preliminary session description. All sessions and events are subject to change without notice. For a complete list of all the sessions offered at the 2018 Annual Conference please view the Conference Program.
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