The legal profession is evolving and yet, so many of the ethics rules can’t seem to keep up. They are simply outdated and need a 21st century facelift. I’m joined by Eric Cooperstein, an ethics consultant and practitioner in Minneapolis, and we explore the relevance of several of the ABA Model Rules. We also offer our own insight on how these rules can be updated to reflect the realities of the legal profession today.
What We Discuss in This Episode:
ABA Model Rule 1.1
ABA Model Rule 4.2
ABA Model Rule 4.3
ABA Model Rule 5.4
ABA Model Rule 5.5
ABA Model Rule 5.6
Eric’s Twitter @ethics_maven
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