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How the Ethical Lawyer Can Avoid Technology Traps

November 17, 2020 @ 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM

Tuesday, Nov. 17 live GoToWebinar by Tim ChinarisEven the most ethical lawyer faces challenges presented by today’s technology.  Former Bar Ethics Director, Dean Tim Chinaris, will outline several areas in this presentation in which an otherwise ethical lawyer could unknowingly cross the line and find himself or herself in ethical problems.  Ways to avoid these “technology traps” will be addressed. Course 4079. Approved for 1.0 General CLE credit, all of which may be applied to Ethics, and 1.0 Technology CLE credit. Section members register for only $50. REGISTER

Timothy Chinaris

Tim Chinaris is Associate Dean for Information Services and Professor of Law at Belmont University College of Law in Nashville, Tennessee, where he teaches courses in legal ethics, torts, insurance law, and other subjects.  Professor Chinaris was Ethics Director of The Florida Bar from 1989-1997, where he ran the popular “ethics hotline” service that answers more than 25,000 calls annually from bar members.