Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum, law professor Steve Johansen, and diversity consultant Peggy Nagae share perspectives on how the political and social climate shifts our norms for civil discourse. How has discourse in our society changed the way lawyers and judges communicate? Has it impacted respect for the rule of law and our standards of professionalism? The panelists also explore ways to respond or adjust to this changing landscape.
Cosponsored by the Professionalism Commission.
• Jennifer Espinola, Dean of Students, University of Oregon School of Law, Eugene
• Sandra Hansberger, Attorney at Law, Portland
• Julia Hagan, Gevurtz Menashe Larson & Howe PC, Portland
• Peggy Nagae, Peggy Nagae Consulting, Portland
• Professor Steve Johansen, Lewis & Clark Law School, Portland
• Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum, Oregon Department of Justice, Salem
• Daniel Santos, Willamette University College of Law, Salem
• Thomas Tongue, Dunn Carney Allen Higgins & Tongue LLP, Portland
2 Ethics credits and 1 Access to Justice credit
ID 45324, 12/14/2017
Complete by 12/14/2020 for Oregon credit
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