Emerging Ethics: Update on NC State Bar Ethics Opinions and Technology

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Wednesday, 9/23/2020


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Program Overview

 

New technologies and digital communications are pushing the limits of the Rules of Professional Conduct. Can we apply the rules designed for old school law practice to the internet, email, blogging and social media?

In this presentation, we will discuss:

  • How ethics opinions are issued from the NC State Bar
  • New and pending NC State Bar ethics opinions
  • Update on technology, advertising and social media ethics opinions

Speakers

Camille Stell serves as President of Lawyers Mutual Consulting & Services. Camille is a frequent author and speaker on the topics of ethics and professionalism, risk management, law practice management, retirement and succession planning, marketing and business development, and law firm trends of the future.

 

She is a graduate of Meredith College and the Meredith College Paralegal Program.  She is a past Chair of the Law Practice Management Section of the North Carolina Bar Association and is a past Chair of the Legal Marketing Association Raleigh City Group. She recently served as an advisory member of the North Carolina State Bar Ethics Subcommittee to study Avvo.

 

In 2011, Camille was recognized by North Carolina Lawyers Weekly as a member of the inaugural class of “Leaders in the Law.” In 2016, Camille was recognized by the Triangle Business Journal as a “Women in Business” award winner. In 2018, she was named as a member of the inaugural Pro Bono Resource Center Advisory Board. Camille serves on the Advisory Group for the Duke Law Tech Lab. In October 2019, Camille will be inducted as a Fellow into the College of Law Practice Management.

 

Contact:

Camille@lawyersmutualconsulting.com

919.677.8900 / 800.662.8843

 

The views and opinions are not necessarily those of the 26th Judicial District Bar.

Registration

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Wednesday, 9/23/2020


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