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Ethics, Professionalism and the Mental Health of Practicing Law

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Date Published

December 18, 2009

Publisher

Mecklenburg County Bar

Subjects

Ethics, Mental Health & Wellness, Practice Management, Substance Abuse/Mental Health

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Summary

Ethical Practice Traps

Grievances: The four most implicated ethical rules that the MCB Committee sees and how to avoid them. Rule 1.1 (Competence); Rule 1.3 (Diligence); Rule 1.4 (Communication);

Rule 1.5 (Fees). Marc Gentile, Klein & Freeman, PLLC, Chair Grievance Committee (30 minutes)

Fee Disputes: Ted Shapack, Shapack & Shapack, P.A. & Richard Wright, James McElroy & Diehl, P.A. Co-Chairs Fee Dispute Committee (30 minutes)

Adding Professional Value to Your Practice

Diversity:Demographic trends within the Charlotte-Mecklenburg legal community; Achieving the MCB Diversity Initiative Action Plan objectives; Building and sustaining a diversity pipeline; Resources for minority and female attorneys. Valecia McDowell, Moore & Van Allen, Co-Chair Special Committee on Diversity (30 minutes)

Pro Bono: History of Volunteer Lawyers Program; Explanation of Partner Organizations (Legal Aid of North Carolina; Legal Services of Southern Piedmont; SelfServe Center and Council for Children's Rights); Bar Programs (Pro Bono for Nonprofits and Wills & Estates Program); Current Volunteer Initiatives and Case Placement. Sean Perrin, Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice, Co-Chair VLP Committee. Lawyer Referral Service Find opportunities to enhance your client base and increase your exposure to specific areas of law. (30 minutes)

Mental Health /Anti Substance Abuse hour

Melissa Quick (McVicker) Clinical Director, SAIL (Southeast Addiction Institute and Learning) Attorney stressors and addiction issues in clients and colleagues. (60 minutes) The views and opinions are not necessarily those of the 26th Judicial District Bar.

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Presenters

Marc Gentile
Klein & Freeman, PLLC, Chair Grievance Committee


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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

Ethics, Professionalism and the Mental Health of Practicing Law (NCSB# 29): Part 1 - Video
Ethics, Professionalism and the Mental Health of Practicing Law (NCSB# 29): Part 2 - Video
Ethics, Professionalism and the Mental Health of Practicing Law (NCSB# 29): Part 3 - Video
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Credit

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