The ABA’s Commission on Ethics 20/20 held a public hearing at the ABA’s Mid-year conference in Orlando, Florida to discuss topics related to their Preliminary Issues Outline. On Friday, I was honored to be invited to speak to the commission about virtual law practice. The ABA Now wrote up an article about the hearing and presentations here.
Below are slides from my presentation at the hearing. The text of the hearing should be available on the ABA’s website at some point in the near future. I am happy to report that the Commission is making a great effort to educate itself on the subject of virtual law practice from the benefits to the concerns related to this form of law practice. I hope to have the opportunity in the future to share additional information on the topic with its members.
Virtual Law Practice – ABA Commission on Ethics 20/20
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