Court, Client, Colleague, Community: What are our fundamental ethic duties we owe to various stakeholders? How do we navigate confidentiality and legal professional privilege? What’s the proper basis to instigate a claim or action on behalf of your client?
This workshop will examine the question of whether we are ‘lost lawyers’. This is an opportunity for participants to review their understanding of the fundamental ethical duties we owe to various stakeholders.
In this workshop we will examine the problems the Cheshire Cat has in his representation of Arnold Becker over the ownership of a computer game.
The issues to be considered will include confidentiality, legal professional privilege, and a proper basis to instigate a claim or action on behalf of a client.
Thanks to our generous sponsors, Television Education Network, we are able to offer this event FREE to our members.
If you aren’t yet a member of the Logan & Scenic Rim Law Association, click here to visit our website and sign up today.
Whilst this invitation has been extended to you as a member of the LSRLA, if you have a colleague or friend who may be interested in joining you for the evening, please feel free to invite them along also.
We will have some light refreshments for our attendees for the evening. Places are limited, so reserve your ticket now so you don’t miss out!
This is a great opportunity to get your Ethics CPD point before the end of March cut off.
We look forward to seeing you all there!
Date and Time
Thu. 16 February 2017
6:00 pm – 7:30 pm AEST
Logan North Library
Cnr Sports Drive and Springwood Road
Underwood, QLD 4119