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Legal Ethics 10 Hot Topics in Conflicts of Interest, April 10, 2019


Social Media Ethics for Lawyers, March 20, 2019


The Myths and Mysteries of Substance Use Disorders, February 27, 2019


Danger Zones Preventing Legal Malpractice in Everyday Practice, December 12, 2018


Crazy Claims Lessons Learned From Cases that Veered Off Track, November 14, 2018


Time Management Tips for Lawyers, October 15, 2018


Top Ten Risk Management Tips for Solo Practitioners, September 26, 2018


Ethical Billing How to Bill without Getting Burned, August 15, 2018


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