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Free CLE Program for Volunteers

Monday, August 23, 2004

On-line complimentary audio CLE program offered by the American Bar Association.

In our efforts to provide legal services, we sometimes do not realize the ethical boundaries that define permissible conduct for court administrators, lawyers and other professionals involved in pro bono or legal aid. Issues involve the unauthorized practice of law, the failure to comply with the rules of professional conduct and, ultimately, the protection of the interest of those who need legal services. This program explores the boundaries of legal information and legal advice. In our efforts to provide legal services, we sometimes do not realize the ethical boundaries that define permissible conduct for court administrators, lawyers and other professionals involved in pro bono or legal aid. Issues involve the unauthorized practice of law, the failure to comply with the rules of professional conduct and, ultimately, the protection of the interest of those who need legal services. This program explores the boundaries of legal information and legal advice. In our efforts to provide legal services, we sometimes do not realize the ethical boundaries that define permissible conduct for court administrators, lawyers and other professionals involved in pro bono or legal aid. Issues involve the unauthorized practice of law, the failure to comply with the rules of professional conduct and, ultimately, the protection of the interest of those who need legal services. This program explores the boundaries of legal information and legal advice.
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