APRL Members Richard Zitrin and Bruce Green will be on the faculty on a one-day legal ethics Colloquim at Cal Western in San Diego on February 11 along with a great group including Abbe Smith, Bruce Green, Liz Ryan Cole and several others. It’s designed for both profs and practitioners and for those like Richard who are hybrids. Should be terrific
Here is the announcement:
Please join us in San Diego for a one-day legal ethics colloquium at California Western School of Law on February 11, 2017. The conference will include a series of small workshops and discussions led by thought-leaders and experienced teachers in the field of legal ethics. Speakers will discuss the role and effect of heuristics and behavioral economics in legal ethics as well as new and innovative courses and teaching methods. The program is aimed at both professors of legal ethics as well as practitioners who train new lawyers or serve as ethics counsel. The conference will include an opening reception on Friday, February 10, 2017, from 5:00 to 6:30 p.m., and a closing reception on February 11, from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m.
Abbe Smith (Georgetown); Bruce Green (Fordham); Catherine O’Grady (Arizona); Liz Ryan Cole (Vermont); Martin Böhmer (Buenos Aires); Richard Zitrin (Hastings); Tigran Eldred (NESL); Tom Barton (CWSL); Tim Casey (CWSL).
Conference registration is available at this link and an early rate is available until January 13, 2017. California Western School of Law has been approved by the State Bar of California as a provider of MCLE. Conference participants will earn 7.0 hours of MCLE credit in legal ethics. The conference registration page includes information about hotels and transportation.