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On Demand

10 Deadly Sins of Conflicts

Total Credits: 3.0 CLE, 3.0 Ethics

Average Rating:
Original Program Date:
Nov 18, 2021


Conflict issues that may arise in your practice can be complicated and confusing. Our panel will present scenarios to explore conflict issues and provide guidance on how they can be avoided.
Our expert panel will address questions such as:

  • What types of conflicts arise when dealing with prospective clients?
  • May you represent a client adverse to another client, if the matters are wholly unrelated?
  • May you represent a criminal defendant when your former client is a prosecution witness?
  • When may you do business with a client?
  • What types of waivers do you need when representing co-plaintiffs?
  • What types of conflicts are non-waivable?
Lynda Shely, The Shely Firm, PC*
Christine Davis, Ethics Counsel, State Bar of Arizona
Scott Rhodes, Jennings Strouss & Salmon PLC
Stacy Shuman, Bar Counsel, State Bar of Arizona

*Also speaking.




Overall:      4.5

Total Reviews: 49


Lance M

"I believe the presenters were all well informed about the subject matter, and they provided real-life examples to supplement the course materials."

Douglas F

"Very useful seminar. Presented in a readily understandable manner."

Stephen B

"Terrible. Watch the CLE on trauma and stress. Please be mindful that lawyers are people and don't need fear as primary motivation."

Meridith L

"Great panel"

Troy F

"All super qualified experts with great legal and practical advice. The latter is key to making this effective."

Silvia S

"I enjoyed their demeanor and how everything was presented in such a casual conversation but yet very informative."

Daniel S

"just was an average presentation."

Cherylanne M

"Informative, relevant scenarios and not at all boring which is hard when discussing ethics."

Samantha C

"Very detailed and did not just follow slides, I felt like the hypos were a good way to discuss these issues "

Jenna C

"Very thorough and precise. They each gave various examples for each scenario which was very helpful. "