THE CHANGING MODEL OF LEGAL SERVICES DELIVERY IN THE “NEW NORMAL” — Program at UNC

The program described below is a law practice management program that you get CLE credit for — ethics and substance abuse credit. It will focus on the issues that have been discussed in the last 3 or 4 posts here (and many others before those).

If you pursue the materials at the link far enough, you will learn that I am among the speakers. I will not be talking about hummus — nor will Dr. Fredrickson, whose presentation, I think, comprises the substance abuse segment.

Dan K. Moore Program in Ethics

THE CHANGING MODEL OF LEGAL SERVICES DELIVERY IN THE “NEW NORMAL”

The UNC Center for School Leadership Development, Chapel Hill, N.C.

Friday, October 4, 2013, 9:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Registration Now Open

The Dan K. Moore Program in Ethics is a well-regarded continuing legal education program sponsored annually by the UNC School of Law. This important program is dedicated to the exemplary legacy of professional ethics left to us by the distinguished life and work of Dan K. Moore, the esteemed former governor of North Carolina and a 1929 graduate of the UNC School of Law.

This year’s program will discuss the changing demographics of law firms and the implications for training new attorneys. We will examine the expectations of in-house counsel regarding training of their own lawyers and expectations regarding lawyers from firms representing the organization. We will also explore new methods of legal services delivery, including legal process outsourcing. The professional responsibility segment of the program will conclude with a review of issues commonly faced by business lawyers.

We are also fortunate to hear from Dr. Barbara Fredrickson, Kenan Distinguished Professor of Psychology and author of “Positivity” and “Love 2.0,” on how to reduce stress and enjoy life more fully. Dr. Fredrickson’s scientific contributions have influenced scholars and practitioners worldwide, in disciplines ranging from business to healthcare and beyond. Her work has been featured in the New York Times, The Economist, CNN, NPR, PBS, US News & World Report, USA Today, Oprah Magazine and elsewhere.

This program provides continuing legal education credit, including ethics and substance abuse credit, and is aimed specifically at lawyers who regularly advise corporate clients. Read more about this year’s program.

Registration is Now Open. Have a question? Email us at unclawcle@unc.edu.

Hummus abuse: what a concept.

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