19th Annual Symposium on Legal Malpractice & Ethics, Bexar County Double Height Courtroom, Friday, 24. January 2020

With distinguished speakers from the trenches and academia, the 19th Annual Symposium on Legal Malpractice & Ethics features topics that will keep practitioners informed on professional responsibility issues relevant in practicing law today. Registered participants will receive 6.0 CLE credit hours including 6.0 hours in ethics.- Attorneys $100 Early Registration (November-December 15, 2019)- Attorneys $165 Regular Registration (December 16, 2019-January 24, 2020)- Government Employees and Non-Attorneys $70- St. Mary's University School of Law Faculty and Staff FREE- St. Mary's University School of Law Students FREERegistration includes breakfast, lunch, and drinks. Agenda subject to change.
Featured Speakers:

Ethics, Civility, and AdvocacyThe Honorable Henry J. BemporadU.S. Magistrate Judge for the Western District of Texas, San Antonio Division

To Not Embarrass the Future: The Need for a Judicial Duty of Tech CompetenceJohn Browning Trial Attorney, Spencer Fane LLP

Complicity in the Perversion of Justice: The Role of Lawyers in Eroding the Rule of Law in the Third ReichCynthia L. FountaineProfessor of Law, South Illinois University School of Law

"Plans are of little importance, but planning is essential." —Winston ChurchillJan L. JacobowitzLecturer in Law and Director of the Professional Responsibility & Ethics Program, University of Miami School of Law

The Importance of Doctor Responsibility in Medical Malpractice Law: A Comparison of China and the United StatesVincent R. JohnsonInterim Dean and Charles E. Cantú Distinguished Professor of Law, St. Mary's University School of Law

The Voice of the Gods is Crippling: Law School for Helicoptered MillennialsKaterina LewinbukProfessor of Law, South Texas College of Law Houston

Ethical Considerations for Prosecutors: How Recent Advancements Have Changed the **** of ProsecutionJoshua L. SandovalProsecutor, Bexar County Criminal District Attorney's Office

Legal Ethics and Law ReformJeffrey W. StempelDoris S. & Theodore B. Lee Professor of Law, William S. Boyd School of Law, University of Nevada Las Vegas

Ethical Issues with Lawyers Openly Carrying FirearmsDru StevensonProfessor of Law, South Texas College of Law Houston
2020 Ethics Symposium Agenda
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Questions? Please contact St. Mary's Journal on Legal Malpractice and Ethics at jlegalmalethics@.
Parking: Available for special rate of $5 at the South Flores Street Parking Garage at 211 South Flores Street (first come, first served).

Friday, 24. January 2020, Bexar County Double Height Courtroom, 19th Annual Symposium on Legal Malpractice & Ethics

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