Ethical Advocacy in Mediation (Ethics)
The Hon. Richard D. Taylor (Ret.) and The Honorable Thomas B. Hoover (Ret.) of The McCammon Group will discuss ethical responsibilities regarding mediation, including competence, communication, scope of representation, and diligence. Topics include how you can best talk with your client about mediation and how to prepare yourself and your client for a productive and successful mediation session. Judge Taylor and Judge Hoover will walk you through a mediation session, highlighting your ethical responsibilities regarding opening presentations, negotiations, and settlements. This program is anticipated to be approved for 2.0 hours of Live, Interactive Ethics MCLE credit.
Due to COVID restrictions, Fall programs will be conducted via Zoom and qualify for live, interactive MCLE credit. Space is limited so registrations will be taken on a first come, first served basis. You will receive confirmation of your registration. The Zoom invitation and written materials will be sent 1-2 days prior to the seminar.
Membership in the Richmond Bar gives you an easy, FREE way to satisfy your yearly MCLE ethics requirement. RBA members who pay their dues by September 1st are eligible to register for one of the Association’s 2-hour ethics programs at no additional charge. Should a conflict arise, members who notify the Bar office at least 3 days in advance of a program will be able to re-schedule to a different date if space is available. Members who fail to show up without prior notification forfeit their right to re-schedule.
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Ethical Advocacy in Mediation CLE Seminar (ethics)