Ethics and Professionalism credit may be completed in the traditional live classroom setting, by attendance at a fully interactive videoconference that has been approved by the CLE Board for use by newly admitted attorneys, or by participation in the live simultaneous transmission of a live program, such as a webinar or teleconference, where audience questions are allowed during the program (synchronous interactivity). If there is no opportunity for questions during the program, then a newly admitted attorney may not earn Ethics and Professionalism credit for the program.
Ethics Update 2020
Tuesday, March 18 | 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. | NYC
Past Ethics Programs of Interest
Today's Social Media for Lawyers and In-House Counsel (2019)
Ethics 2019: Legal Ethics in the Real World
Introductory Lessons on Ethics & Civility 2019
Ethics in Legal Practice: A Review of Recent Ethics Opinions in 2018
Ethics 2018: Legal Ethics in the Real World
Ethics and Civility 2018
To Post or Not to Post? Conflicts of Interest and Social Media (2018)
E-Discovery and Data Protection: The Ethical Issues (2018)
Legal Ethics in the Digital Age Spring 2018
Ethics in Legal Practice: An Update and Review of Recent Ethics Opinions in 2017
Basic Lessons on Ethics and Civility 2017
Risk Management 2017
Attorney Escrow Accounts
Legal Ethics in the Digital Age 2017
Bridging the Gap Ethics Programs
Ethics in the Digital Age/Ethical Considerations (2019)
Attorney Wellness/Substance Abuse in the Legal Profession (2019)
Ethics and the International Practice of Law (2019)
Using Social Media in Your Practice - An Overview of Rules, Guidelines and Ethics Opinions New Lawyers Should Know for Compliance
Lawyer Assistance Program | Prevention, Intervention and the NY Rules of Professional Conduct
Ethics in the Digital Age | What You Need to Know about Attorney Advertising in New York (2017)
Ethics in the Digital Age | What You Need to Know about Attorney Advertising in New York (2014)
Ethical Issues Relating to the Rules of Professional Conduct and the Grievance Process
The Attorney Grievance Process | Ethics Considerations for Lawyers
Client Intake, Conflicts Checks, Letters of Engagement & Retainer Agreements | Ethics Considerations for Lawyers
Social Media Defamation | What You Tweet Can Get You Sued
Lawyer Assistance Program | Prevention, Intervention and the NY Rules of Professional Conduct | What You Need to Know in New York
Ethics in the Digital World and What You Need to Know about Attorney Advertising in New York (2016)
Ethical Considerations in Representing Entrepreneurs
Attorney Websites | What New Attorneys Need to Know about Marketing, Social Media, Attorney Advertising & Rule 7.1 and Recent Ethics Opinions
Client Intake | Letters of Engagement | Retainers Review of the NY Rules of Professional Conduct
What New Attorneys Need to Know about Linkedin Social Media Marketing and Attorney Advertising Rule 7.1 and Recent Ethics Opinions
Municipal Ethics in New York
Jeff Tremblay, Esq.
Mark Davies, Esq.
Steven G. Leventhal, Esq.
Amber Gonzalez, Esq.
New York Municipal Formbook - 4th Edition
Herbert A. Kline, Esq.
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