This course offers practical skills for the lawyer who must zealously represent his/her client, and the lawyer who is charged with the duties of an alternative dispute resolution professional.
Seasoned attorneys, who are also alternative dispute resolution professionals, identify the ethical concerns associated within the litigation and dispute resolution correlation, and discuss both the common elements and the seemingly disparate ethical requirements under The Florida Bar Rules, The Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Rules and the Mediator Ethics Advisory Committee Opinions (MEAC).
Clark Jordan-Holmes Esq., Constance d’Angelis Esq., Stephen C. Cheeseman Esq., John W. Wilcox Esq., J. Kevin Carey Esq.
|Module 1||Ethics: Attorney as Litigator and Mediator - Online Course|
|Unit 1||Ethics: Attorney as Litigator and Mediator|
|Unit 2||Ethics: Attorney as Litigator and Mediator Q&A|
|Unit 3||Supplemental Materials|
|Unit 4||Download Certificate|