How do you learn the differences across judicial districts? How can you be helpful without helping an opponent? What is the value of credibility—in life, and in court? What are its components? What are some effects of asymmetrical (inconsistent) conduct on the jury and judge? Outside of court, how can professional conduct lead to true client-centered representation and more powerful negotiation and mediation? Learn the answers to these questions and more with this compact three-hour ethics CLE featuring seasoned judges from different backgrounds, together with an experienced trial lawyer now-mediator, and a panel of practicing attorneys. This presentation is part of the Oregon Bench and Bar Professionalism Commission, which was established by the Oregon Supreme Court.
Cosponsored by the Professionalism Commission.
• Jacqueline Alarcón, Yates Family Law PC, Portland
• The Honorable Wells Ashby, Deschutes County Circuit Court, Bend
• Michael Dwyer, Dwyer Mediation Center, Portland
• The Honorable Marilyn Litzenberger, Multnomah County Circuit Court, Portland
• Parna Mehrbani, Tonkon Torp LLP, Portland
• Jonathan Patterson, Compassion & Choices, Portland
• Alycia Sykora, Alycia N. Sykora PC, Bend
• The Honorable Youlee You, U.S. District Court of Oregon, Portland
3 Ethics credits
ID 52885, 11/29/2018
Complete by 11/29/2021 for Oregon credit
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Please note that it may take up to 30 days after you complete an online seminar for it to appear on your online MCLE Compliance Report at www.osbar.org.