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NOTE: THE SEMINARS ARE VIDEO REPLAYS OF THE NBA SEMINARS HELD ON DECEMBER 18, 2012. THEY ARE ACCREDITED FOR 1.0 LIVE (DUAL) CLE HOURS EACH.


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9:00 – 10:00 A.M.
ETHICS AND PROFESSIONALISM: A SESSION FROM ETHICS,LIES AND VIDEOTAPE, PART X


CREDIT: 1.0 CLE Hour – Dual


OVERVIEW: Join your colleagues in viewing scenes from movies to explore, analyze and compare “reel” life with common ethical issues and the Rules of Professional Conduct. (This one-hour session was part of the longer program conducted on November 16, 2012)

ETHICS AND PROFESSIONALISM ISSUES:

  •      1. A Civil Action: Reverse Contingency Fees
         2. Legally Blonde: Responsibility for Non-lawyers and IT
         3. Michael Clayton: Constituency Conflicts

FACULTY:   DONALD CAPPARELLA
                     Dodson Parker Behm & Capparella, PC
                     EDWARD D. LANQUIST, JR.
                     Waddey & Patterson, PC

PRODUCER:   EDWARD “ED” LANQUIST, JR.

                         Waddey & Patterson, PC

 
MODERATOR: TO BE ANNOUNCED
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    10:15 – 11:15 A.M.

  2. ETHICS & PROFESSIONALISM:
    MARKETING YOUR LAW PRACTICE USING SOCIAL MEDIA


  3. CREDIT: 1.0 CLE Hour – Dual


    OVERVIEW: Learn the basic ethics issues involved in marketing your law practice using social media, such as Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and professional Blogs. Find out the specific Rules of Professional Conduct that inform decisions about marketing using social media.

    YOU WILL BENEFIT KNOWING:

    •      1. How to avoid inadvertently creating attorney-client relationships while using social media
           2. Where to get specific guidance about difficult ethics questions when designing a social
    •           media marketing plan
           3. How traditional advertising rules originally meant for television and the yellow pages still
    •           shed light on marketing by social media
           4. How basic ethical rules about solicitation of new clients still apply to social media marketing
           5. How truthfulness and confidentiality must still be protected in using social media marketing

    FACULTY:   BEVERLY P. SHARPE
                         Director, Consumer Assistance Program
                         Board of Professional Responsibility of the Supreme Court of Tennessee

  4. MODERATOR: TO BE ANNOUNCED
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    11:30 – 12:30 P.M.
    ETHICS & PROFESSIONALISM: RESPECT


    CREDIT: 1.0 CLE Hour – Dual


    OVERVIEW: Ralph Waldo Emerson said “Men are respectable only as they respect.” Showing respect for opponents, courts, jurors, your client and yourself will make you a better, and more successful, lawyer. This seminar will provide practical suggestions for how to show, and earn, respect and how to effectively deal with the anger or unprofessionalism of others.

    FIND OUT HOW TO:

    •      1. Deal with anger so that it does not impair your judgment
           2. Manage stress
           3. Deal with an opponent’s unreasonable conduct during a deposition
           4. Earn the respect of a jury
           5. Earn the respect of your clients

    • FACULTY:  RANDALL “RANDY” L. KINNARD
                           Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge

    • PRODUCER:  MARY ELLEN MORRIS
                               Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge

  1. MODERATOR: TO BE ANNOUNCED
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REGISTRATION FEES: COST PER COURSE:
Received before or on FEB 12:
$45 NBA member; $55 non-member

Received after FEB 12:
$55 NBA member; $65 non-member
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*COURSE MATERIAL: Registration received on or before FEBRUARY 12 guarantees receipt of course
material at the program. Publication of course material is based upon advance registrations; participants registered in advance are given priority at the seminar. Course material may be retrieved at the Bar office or mailed, upon request, to those who may not receive handout material the day of the program.

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SERIES PRODUCERS:
SUSAN BLAIR
CLE Director, Nashville Bar Association

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TN CLE Requirements: 
Fifteen hours per year, including three hours of Ethics & Professionalism. Must be reported by December 31.

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