MCLE: Nurturance Lawyering Part 2: Legal ethics in an interdependent world

Recent decades have revealed countless insights about what people, communities, and ecosystems need to thrive. People everywhere are building more participatory, adaptive, equitable, interdependent, trauma-informed, and heart-centered organizations, drawing on insights from Indigenous culture, racial justice movements, ecosystem science, and more.

How can lawyers support clients to inhabit this transformed world when our profession is stuck in old paradigms? Rules of professional ethics, in particular, reveal a worldview steeped in separation, transactions, and adversarialism. During this workshop and discussion, we’ll explore ways that lawyers can navigate the ethical rules while supporting clients who are building an interdependent world.

This activity has been approved by the the California Bar for 1.0 hour of MCLE specialty credit for legal ethics.

This is a standalone event and also part of the Nurturance Lawyering Trilogy, with the other two events on May 12 and May 24.

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May 17, 2022 at 11:00am - 12pm PDT
Online - zoom link will be provided when you register
Oakland, CA
United States
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Sue Bennett

Will you come?

$75.00 Ticket for MCLE Credit (for California Lawyers)
$5.00 Ticket for non-lawyers or lawyers making less than $30k a year

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