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The Top 10 Perils of Law Practice

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Date Published

November 21, 2019


Mecklenburg County Bar


Ethics, Practice Management


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Target Audience: Designed for all practicing attorneys regardless of their level of expertise, this program will provide practical tips to help improve your practice and lessen the possibility of a malpractice claim or grievance.

Risk is inherent in a law practice, but knowledge is power in malpractice avoidance. Join Julie Beavers of Lawyers Mutual and Camille Stell of Lawyers Mutual Consulting as they discuss risk management strategies, including how to:

  • Avoid common malpractice claims by looking at where claims come from and why, concentrating on areas of practice reporting the most frequent claims and what activities are responsible for claims in each area
  • Utilize good judgment and sound, ethical management practices, and
  • Know when to report a potential claim and how to communicate with your client to prevent the problem from getting worse.

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Julie Beavers
Lawyers Mutual

Camille Stell
Director of Client Services - Lawyers Mutual Liability Insurance Company of N.C.

Camille Stell serves as President of Lawyers Mutual Consulting & Services. Camille is a frequent author and speaker on... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

Video Presentation
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