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Total Credits: 2 including 2 Ethics
Most ethical miscues, professional responsibility breaches, and compliance violations don't arise out of arcane, ambiguous, provisions of the applicable rules or codes of conduct, but, in fact, for clear breaches of obvious, well-defined obligations. It’s not rocket science—in fact, anyone who has sat in on a basic professional responsibility class or compliance training would know such conduct is ethically problematic. And yet it happens. A lot. Even to our own friends and colleagues.
This engaging, highly interactive program provides a fresh and practical perspective on the fundamental question, “Why do ‘good’ people ‘go bad’?” Based on an original short film we wrote and co-produced, this workshop--available live or on-demand--provides a lively way to explore the intersection of ethical decision-making and the manifold sources of stress encountered by professionals and employees in their everyday lives.
|Nobody Told Me There'd Be Days Like These - Webinar Materials (2 MB)||14 Pages||Available after Purchase|
|Nobody Told Me There'd Be Days Like This - Written Materials (2 MB)||14 Pages||Available after Purchase|
Michael Kahn is a "recovering lawyer," having practiced for 6 years with the New Jersey Attorney General's office. He is a licensed Professional Counselor in the State of Oregon, and his psychotherapy practice has focused on helping clients deal with anxiety, depression, grief/loss, career satisfaction, and men's issues. He co-facilitates grief groups for lawyers in Oregon and Vancouver, BC. Michael presents training seminars and workshops on ethics, grief, wellness, diversity and inclusion and other topics throughout the U.S. and abroad, including for the U.S. military in Germany and Japan. He also is a professional coach and provides assistance with career issues, stress management, retirement, and coping with change.
In addition to his ongoing work with ReelTime CLE, Chris Osborn is a former law professor, and the founding principal of Osborn Conflict Resolution, which provides Superior Court mediations, as well as collaborative law approaches for family law, construction, business, and will and probate disputes throughout North Carolina. Chris is trained as a collaborative lawyer, and is a member of the North Carolina Civil Collaborative Lawyers Association. He has been certified by the N.C. Dispute Resolution Commission as a Superior Court mediator since 2009, and has assisted the vast majority of his legal clients over the years to reach amicable resolutions in a wide variety of litigation matters, including business breakups, construction and employment law disputes, and will caveats. His full professional bio can be found here.
Laura Kim is a partner at Musick Peeler in Los Angeles, CA. Ms. Kim's principal area of practice involves the litigation of tort, construction, consumer warranty and fraud cases, business disputes and the defense of professional liability actions. Ms. Kim is a member of the State Bar of California and State Bar of New York.
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