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Ethical and Professional Conduct Challenges Faced by Administrative Lawyers (Virtual Course)

Total Credits: 1.5 Administrative Law Specialization, 1.5 CLE, 1.5 Ethics

Average Rating:
Administrative Law
Peter Henry Schelstraete |  J Scott Rhodes
Audio and Video
Original Program Date:
Mar 24, 2023


This is a Must Attend Seminar for Government and Private Attorneys Who Practice before or Represent Agencies, Boards, Commissions, the Office of Administrative Hearings or other Governmental Entities.

Peter H. Schelstraete, Schelstraete Law Offices, P.C

J. Scott Rhodes, Jenning, Strouss, & Salmon, P.L.C.




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Pete's practice concentrates in the areas of liquor law and commercial litigation. For over 25 years, Schelstraete has been a sole practitioner representing clients ranging from Fortune 100 Companies to Mom and Pop operations in compliance actions, administrative hearings, special actions (both discretionary and nondiscretionary) and Appeals at all levels, forfeiture and seizure of liquor licenses, assists in the buying or selling of liquor licensed businesses and liquor licenses. For fifteen years, he wrote a monthly column entitled the "Legal Corner", in the Arizona Beverage Analyst, a trade magazine for the Arizona Liquor Industry. He is originally from Chicago, Illinois, was a licensed CPA in that state and a graduate of Arizona State University Law School in 1989. He has two published Arizona Court of Appeal decisions, both favorable to the Arizona liquor industry; (Determining the standard for obtaining stays pending an administrative decision on appeal) and (Determining the statutory disclosure requirement for non-parties at fault).

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Spencer Fane LLP. Scott regularly advises attorneys and law firms in matters relating to State Bar complaints, fee disputes, disciplinary matters, bar admission, and other licensing, ethics, and professional responsibility issues. Scott's extensive background in legal ethics has resulted in accolades and recognition by several professional organizations, including being named "2022 Lawyer of the Year" for Ethics and Professional Responsibility Law by The Best Lawyers in America©. In 2011, the Arizona Supreme Court appointed Mr. Rhodes to serve on its Attorney Regulation Advisory Committee, which makes recommendations regarding attorney examination, admissions, reinstatement, disability and the lawyer discipline process. He is the co-recipient of the State Bar of Arizona's 2010 Member of the Year Award, has served as Chair of the Ethics Committee of the State Bar of Arizona from 2009-2011, and was a member of the Arizona Supreme Court Attorney Discipline Task Force from 2009-2010.



Overall:      4.7

Total Reviews: 29


Vanessa H

"This was an excellent CLE and very useful in my area of practice."

Mona B

"The CLE was provided practical advice and considerations. Excellent!"

Diane D

"Very helpful to my role as a government lawyer."

Deanie R

"Presentation was focused and well-organized."

Jennifer V

"Very informative "

Jane R

"This was a good refresher for all public lawyers and presented helpful resources. Scott is obviously very knowlegable and presents in an effective manner. "

Elizabeth C

"Scott did a wonderful job. I was so impressed with his presentation."

James R

"Good presentation and easy to follow guide"

John V

"Lots of good information; speakers extremely knowledgeable."

Michelle W

"This was one of the best seminars on ethics for administrative lawyers that I have attended. Scott Rhodes clinically analyzed the applicable rules that impact administrative lawyers on a day to day basis. "