Ethics, Local Government Practice

Local Government 2020: Tennessee Ethics Examples from Constitutional History

Description:

Even where there is no direct adversity between clients, a conflict of interest exists if there is a significant risk that a lawyer's ability to consider, recommend or carry out an appropriate course of action for the client will be materially limited as a result of the lawyer's other responsibilities or interests. This presentation focuses on these concerns through the lens of Tennessee history.

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Course Pricing
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  • Non-Member: 75.00
  • Section: 35.00
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