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21st Annual Symposium on Legal Malpractice & Ethics

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The 2022 Ethics Symposium features topics that keep practitioners informed on professional responsibility issues relevant in practicing law.

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With distinguished speakers from the trenches and academia, the 21st Annual Symposium on Legal Malpractice & Ethics features topics that will keep practitioners informed on professional responsibility issues relevant in practicing law today. Registered participants will receive 6.0 CLE credit hours including 6.0 hours in ethics.

- Attorneys $100 Early Registration (November-December 31, 2021)

- Attorneys $165 Regular Registration (January 2022)

- Government Employees and Non-Attorneys $70

- St. Mary's University School of Law Faculty and Staff FREE

- St. Mary's University School of Law Students FREE

Registration includes breakfast, lunch, and drinks. Agenda subject to change.

Featured Speakers:

Garrick Apollon

Corporate Lawyer, Educator, Documentary Filmmaker, Co-Founder UDocs

Chief Loophole Officer or Chief Legal Officer: Inside Lehman Brothers—A Film Case Study About Corporate and Legal Ethics

Mike Bassett

Senior Partner, The Bassett Firm

The Man in the Ditch: A Redemption Story for Today

Gregory Bischoping 

Associate at Munger, Tolles & Olson LLP

Ethics for Federal Judicial Law Clerks

The Honorable John Browning

Former Justice at Texas Fifth District Court of Appeals, Trial Lawyer for Spencer Fane, and Prolific Author

Judged by the (Digital) Company You Keep

Oliver Budde

Attorney and Former Wall Street Whistleblower

Chief Loophole Officer or Chief Legal Officer: Inside Lehman Brothers—A Film Case Study About Corporate and Legal Ethics

Cassandra Burke Robertson

Director, Center for Professional Ethics, Case Western Reserve University School of Law

Untangling Attorney Retainers from Creditor Claims

Neil Hamilton

Co-Director, Holloran Center for Ethical Leadership in the Professions, University of St. Thomas School of Law

The Foundational Skill of Reflection in the Formation of a Professional Identity

Ioan-Radu Motoarcă

Independent Researcher on Financial and Corporate Law and Professional Responsibility

Patients’ Rights and Attorney Disclosures

Paula Schaefer

Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Professor of Law, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, College of Law

Lawyers as Caregivers

Warren R. Trazenfeld

Attorney at Law and Co-Author, Florida Legal Malpractice Law

Daubert/Kumho Tire and the Legal Malpractice Expert Witness

Jesse Wynn

Federal Judicial Law Clerk, U.S. District Court

Untangling Attorney Retainers from Creditor Claims

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For more information, please visit https://commons.stmarytx.edu/legalmalethicssymposium/

Questions? Please contact St. Mary's Journal on Legal Malpractice and Ethics at lawjournal@stmarytx.edu or 210-436-3525.

Parking: Available for the special rate of $5 at the South Flores Street Parking Garage at 211 South Flores Street (first come, first served).

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100 Dolorosa

San Antonio, TX 78205

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The St. Mary’s Law Journal launched the St. Mary’s Journal on Legal Malpractice & Ethics in 2011. In the two issues it releases each year, this journal focuses solely on legal malpractice and ethics issues, and is the only law review in the nation to spotlight legal malpractice issues.

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