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Specific Application of Ethical Rules and Issues to Various Pro Bono Practice Settings – Hypotheticals

Recorded on: Sep. 7, 2018
Running Time: 01:01:10

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Taken from the Web Program Ethical Issues in California Pro Bono Representation 2018 Recorded September 2018 in San Francisco

Specific Application of Ethical Rules and Issues to Various Pro Bono Practice Settings – Hypotheticals [01:01:10]
  • Challenging Attorneys/Clients
  • Pro Bono Attorney Engagement and Disengagement
  • Brief Advice Clinics
    • Self-Help
    • Limited Scope
  • Pro Bono Volunteer Communication
    • Clients
    • Legal Services Organizations
  • Reporting Outcomes
  • Attorney as Officer of the Court
Tiela Chalmers, Renee Glover Chantler, Toby J. Rothschild, Christopher M. Tirrell, Jonathan McNeil Wong, Phong S. Wong

12:30 Adjourn

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  • A Bridge to Justice—Many California Bar Associations, Including LACBA, Have Established Lawyer Referral Service Panels Focusing on Limited Scope Representation
    Mark A. Juhas, Tiela Chalmers, Maria E. Hall
  • California Rules of Court—Rule 9.46 Registered In-House Counsel
    Toby J. Rothschild, Renee Glover Chantler, Jonathan McNeil Wong, Christopher M. Tirrell, Phong S. Wong, Tiela Chalmers
  • California Rules of Court—Rule 9.45 Registered Legal Services Attorneys
    Toby J. Rothschild, Tiela Chalmers, Renee Glover Chantler, Jonathan McNeil Wong, Christopher M. Tirrell, Phong S. Wong
  • Ethical Issues in California Pro Bono Representation (PowerPoint slides)
    Toby J. Rothschild, Jonathan McNeil Wong, Christopher M. Tirrell, Renee Glover Chantler, Phong S. Wong, Tiela Chalmers
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Tiela Chalmers ~ Chief Executive Officer and General Counsel, Alameda County Bar Association and Volunteer Legal Services Corporation
Renee Glover Chantler ~ Principal, Chantler Law Offices
Toby J. Rothschild ~ Of Counsel, OneJustice
Christopher M. Tirrell ~ Associate Commercial Counsel for X, Google
Jonathan M. Wong ~ Partner, Donahue Fitzgerald LLP
Phong S. Wong ~ Pro Bono Director, Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles
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