4th Annual Lively M. Wilson Memorial Lecture Series on Ethics, Professionalism and Civility

June 27, 2013, 11:00am – 1:00pm
University of Louisville, Brandeis School of Law
Registration Cost: $75 LBA Member; $150 Non-member; $15 Paralegal Members

Wednesday, June 27 - Ethics Brown Bag

 

4th Annual Lively M. Wilson Memorial Lecture Series on

Ethics, Professionalism and Civility

 

presented by

The Louis D. Brandeis Inn of Court,

the Louisville Bar Association and

Stites & Harbison, PLLC

 

CLE credits: 2.0 CLE Ethics Hours (pending approval)

 

The topic of this year’s presentation in the lecture series is “Ethical and Professional Issues Involved in
Dealing with Impaired or Disabled Colleagues.” This program will focus on situations in which practitioners encounter lawyers and judges with substance abuse problems, mental health issues, physical illnesses, aging or related conditions that may cause impairment to practice, represent clients or preside over court proceedings. What can, should and must be done?

 

Lunch included with advanced registration.