January Ethics CLE (2.0) Offered by the WBA

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The WBA’s next CLE will be on Monday, January 26th at 2PM, in the jury assembly room, third floor of Williamsburg courthouse.  This will be a live 2 hour ethics credit CLE hosted by Eileen Garczynski and David Greenberg, focusing on insurance risks facing modern law firms.  If interested please RSVP to Will Sleeth

Given the time slot, no food will be provided during this CLE.

November 19, 2014 – Intellectual Property CLE

grierson1The WBA will be holding our next CLE on November 19th, 2014 at 12:00 PM in the Williamsburg Courthouse, Jury Assembly Room, 3rd Floor.  The one hour CLE will focus on Intellectual Property Issues, and be hosted by Kevin Grierson, of Culhane Meadows, PLLC.  Please RSVP to our Treasurer, Will Sleeth.

The CLE is complimentary, but please send $10 along with your RSVP if you wish to have lunch provided for you at the CLE.  I look forward to seeing you there.

Free Ethics CLE Offered by Virginia State Bar

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Before You Say “Yes” to Serving on a Board, Know What is Expected: Part 2 – Ethical issues for Attorney-Directors and Pro Bono Lawyers.

Wednesday, October 15, 2:00 to 3:30 p.m. For attorneys, working with a nonprofit organization can be a rewarding way to serve the community and meet pro bono obligations. Rule 6.1 of the Virginia Rules of Professional Conduct sets forth a commitment of 2% of the lawyer’s professional time. Many nonprofits are eager to work with lawyers, either as Board members, counsel to the nonprofit, cooperating referral attorneys, or all of the above. While many ethical issues that arise in the context of nonprofits mirror those that arise in a lawyer’s practice outside the nonprofit context, there are some issues that are unique to nonprofits. Also, many in the bar provide pro bono services through volunteering at Legal Aid or directly through their firm. This webinar will focus on the ethical expectations of attorneys providing pro bono services in either capacity.

Attorneys seeking CLE credit for their attendance are asked to certify during registration that they will render pro bono publico legal services (such as poverty law, civil rights law, public interest law, and volunteer activities designed to increase the availability of pro bono legal services) per Rule 6.1 of the Virginia Rules of Professional Conduct in an amount at least commensurate with the MCLE credit earned. 1.5 hours of MCLE Credit pending for this program.

The Pro Bono and Board Governance webinar series is co-sponsored by the Virginia State Bar, the Pro Bono Clearinghouse of the Greater Richmond Bar Foundation, and Sands Anderson PC.

Click here to register.