Wrestling With Ethical Dilemmas - We Have Met the Enemy...
About The Program This live, interactive seminar developed by Charlotte’s own ReelTime CLE provides an engaging and entertaining forum for consideration of some of the common ethical and professional dilemmas faced by lawyers, and the corresponding toll they can take on an attorney’s mental health and well-being. Built around a series of film clips from the critically acclaimed 2011 film Win Win, starring Paul Giamatti as a struggling attorney and high school wrestling coach, this program explores the intersection of ethical decision-making and the various sources of stress that lawyers regularly encounter. Participants will leave this program better equipped to identify and understand the various pressures they commonly face in their practices, and with practical guidance for avoiding the kinds of professional and personal missteps that can literally ruin a career.
The mix of guided discussions and instructional time is led by Chris Osborn, JD, an Assistant Professor at the Charlotte School of Law, Michael Kahn, JD, LPC, professional counselor/former lawyer, and Lawyers Mutual Claims Attorneys Mark Scruggs, and Warren Savage. ReelTime CLE has presented its seminars in North and South Carolina, Virginia, Georgia, and New Mexico.
Additional Terms Lawyers Mutual will confirm insured status.
Manuscripts We will not provide printed materials at the seminar. The manuscript will be available on September 7, 2012 for download on our website www.lawyersmutualnc.com. Click on "Manuscripts" under the Risk Management Resources header. Manuscript will be named "2012-2013 Put Into Practice Wrestling With Ethical Dilemmas We Have Met The Enemy."
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