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Civility and Professionalism in an Increasingly Uncivil and Electronic World - Webcast Replay 1

With the recent rise of virtual and electronic everything, as well as a certain break down in civil discourse, it can be difficult to know how to engage with clients and associates alike. Explore what lawyers can do to help make the legal profession a more civil place when faced with incivility and an increasingly impersonal culture. Learn strategies to mitigate the effects of incivility both in-person and across virtual and social media platforms.
Live Webcast Replay on Tuesday, June 14, 2022 from 2:00 - 3:00 PM
Originally part of the IICLE Ethics Institute 2022
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Live Webcast Replay on Tuesday, June 14, 2022 from 2:00 - 3:00 PM

Civility and Professionalism in an Increasingly Uncivil and Electronic World
(1.0 Professional Responsibility Credit, pending approval)
With the recent rise of virtual and electronic everything, as well as a certain break down in civil discourse, it can be difficult to know how to engage with clients and associates alike. Explore what lawyers can do to help make the legal profession a more civil place when faced with incivility and an increasingly impersonal culture. Learn strategies to mitigate the effects of incivility both in-person and across virtual and social media platforms.
Jerome Larkin, ARDC
Jonathan Weir, ARDC
Rory Quinn, ARDC

Live Webcast Replay on Tuesday, June 14, 2022 from 2:00 - 3:00 PM

Civility and Professionalism in an Increasingly Uncivil and Electronic World
(1.0 Professional Responsibility Credit, pending approval)
With the recent rise of virtual and electronic everything, as well as a certain break down in civil discourse, it can be difficult to know how to engage with clients and associates alike. Explore what lawyers can do to help make the legal profession a more civil place when faced with incivility and an increasingly impersonal culture. Learn strategies to mitigate the effects of incivility both in-person and across virtual and social media platforms.
Jerome Larkin, ARDC
Jonathan Weir, ARDC
Rory Quinn, ARDC

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