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Professionalism Today: Pandemics and A Lawyer's Virtual Life

 

Professionalism Today: Pandemics and A Lawyer's Virtual Life

In the COVID-19 pandemic environment and perhaps its aftermath, lawyers must operate in a virtual world that requires extensive use of technology. The pillars of professionalism – competence, civility, public and community service, and pro bono work to ensure access to justice – are always relevant. This era’s needs and concerns accentuate the tenets of professionalism, as the legal profession adopts and adapts to virtual practice and communicating professionally.


Presenters

Avarita Hanson
Attorney at Law
Avarita L. Hanson, Attorney
Avarita Hanson
Attorney at Law
Avarita L. Hanson, Attorney
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