Browse Rhode Island CLE Ethics/Professional Responsibility Courses

    
This program will explore the diversity and inclusion issues and the steps necessary to create an inclusive environment in the legal workplace, as well as the impact of substance abuse and mental health issues on the practice of law.
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Recent changes in the law have drastically expanded healthcare attorneys’ obligations under HIPAA. This program will guide those with access to "Protected Health Information" (PHI) through this new ethical morass, teaching them when it can be used, how to protect it,...
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Keep up with current ethical issues involving in-house attorneys with this two part program. Part 1 explores the erosion of the in-house attorney-client privilege with globalization, while part 2 takes a close look at in-house counsel's duty to investigate and report...
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It's no secret that attorneys have high-stress occupations. Consequentially, alcoholism rates among lawyers are high. In this program, attorneys will learn skills to cope with stress and avoid behaviors that can be destructive to their careers and lives.
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There a number of ethical mistakes lawyers can make that can cause their clients to turn on them. This can cost an undue amount of stress, time, money, and even lead to a malpractice suit. This program will give attorneys the tools they need to avoid these traps by...
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This program will explore the impact of substance abuse and mental health issues on the practice of law, including how the rules of professional conduct address these issues, and the common signs of substance abuse and mental health issues.
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This presentation provides an overarching organization for the new Rules of Professional Conduct for California attorneys.
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Drawing on California's new and proposed ethics rules, this presentation will help attorneys understand proper billing so that they can avoid violating their ethical obligations to clients.
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