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Your Professional Reputation and Civility (Presented by the DuPage County Bar Association)

Learn how civility and professionalism best service clients effectively in the long run and how they affect your reputation. Originally presented by the DuPage County Bar Association.
Credits: 0 General, 0 Diversity/Inclusion PR, 0 MH/SA PR, 1 Other PR
SKU: H8085-20E
$80.00 or 1.00 credits
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Expires: 8/1/2022 

Your Professional Reputation and Civility
Learn how civility and professionalism best service clients effectively in the long run and how they affect your reputation.
Hon. David E. Schwartz and Hon. Kenton J. Skarin, 18th Judicial Circuit Court

Expires: 8/1/2022 

Your Professional Reputation and Civility
Learn how civility and professionalism best service clients effectively in the long run and how they affect your reputation.
Hon. David E. Schwartz and Hon. Kenton J. Skarin, 18th Judicial Circuit Court

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Program Date7/22/2020
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Program Date7/22/2020
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