Experience TBA CLE's popular Ethics tradition with Brian Faughnan of Lewis Thomason.
Our presenter said that he hoped last year’s Ethics Homeshow would be the first and only, but, alas, we’re still not out of the woods. So … we Zoom again. However, no one (especially Brian) wants to stare at Brian’s mug on a screen for 3 hours so we’re mixing things up even more.
For 2021, we will be playing a little game we are calling “Ethics Peril!” For those familiar with the format, this will mean that lurking and available for discussion over the two sessions will be 6 categories of content divided up into 5 options, resulting in 30 unique topics of ethical discussion.
Unfortunately, as with another answer and question competition bearing a synonymous title, the 2021 Ethics Homeshow: Ethics Peril! also will not be hosted by LeVar Burton.
Don’t jeopardize your chance to be in on all of the fun and register for Ethics Peril! today.
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My first time attending/viewing Ethics Peril - great content and setup
Brian Faughnan was excellent as always. He presented relevant updates to Tennessee's rules of professional conduct and pertinent examples nationwide of current trends in attorney ethics.
Great presentation and format.
Very creative device for exploring ethics. Well done.
This was a great format and very entertaining. Presenter was very knowledgeable
Very enjoyable presentation of what is often very dry material. Unique, engaging and fun!
Brian is the best! Interesting information regarding 1.2(d) and the expanded standard of "or reasonably should know," as opposed to the Model PRC.
Fun and engaging synopsis, especially appreciate the updates on Tennessee rule changes
Very comprehensive. Learned about the new advertising.
The format was an enjoyable change.
Great and interesting presentation!
The Jeopardy board was a nice touch.
i loved the jeopardy format!
Very innovative approach that made the ethics presentation very interesting. Good job, Brian.
more fun than most ethics courses
I tend to enjoy the ethics credits even though it is one of the hardest burdens to shoulder as an attorney. I think the format was strong and engaging.
Learned about various state's updates to ethics rules we well as analysis on certain ethical issues to be spotted and analyzed.
Awesome format, even on replay. Wish I had been there live (via Zoom).
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