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Litigation Skills Series: Ethics

Litigation Skills Series: Ethics

  • When: 31 January 2023, 12:00 PM to 1:00PM
  • Where: Virtual
  • Cost: Free; donations encouraged

Ethics rules are helpful in navigating difficult issues but what about the grey areas not covered by the rules? Facing a pro se litigant or difficult opposing counsel, advocating effectively for your client before a challenging fact finder, or representing a tough client are among the many challenges faced by public-interest lawyers and pro bono volunteers. These situations can be equally daunting to navigate, and understanding your options are vital to effective representation.

The Ethics training panel features:

  • Gwen Washington, Pro Bono Attorney at Cleary Gottlieb,
  • Megan Challender, Legal Manager at NVRDC, and
  • June Lee, Director of the Immigrant Rights Legal Services Project at Legal Aid Society of the District of Columbia.

Don’t worry, we have a safe space for you to learn how to avoid potential quagmires for public-interest and pro bono lawyers when facing these issues and more.

Note, this training is not an Ethics CLE and will not be eligible for CLE credit.


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