Join us for a CLE on Legal Ethics in Hawaii - Open to all Hawaii Attorneys!
Free Admission - Seats limited - pre-registration required. Note: Neighbor Island accommodations will be made - Contact your local Bar Association for details.
Moderators: Law school faculty specialist Ken Lawson & professor emeritus Randy Roth Panelists: Federal District Court Judge Leslie Kobayashi; Retired State District Court Judge Leslie Hayashi; Sullivan Meheula Lee member Bill Meheula; former Assistant United States Attorney in the Southern District of New York and the District of Hawaii Michael Purpura; former Assistant United States Attorney in the Southern District of New York and the District of Hawaii Calvin Young.
Moderators Lawson and Roth will pose challenging questions to a panel of seasoned lawyers, based on realistic hypotheticals and actual cases. Areas to be covered include the following:
Common ethical violations and malpractice trends in Hawaii;
How to deal effectively with potential conflicts of interest in an island community;
The outer limits of confidentiality and attorney-client privilege;
Interesting ethical issues in the local or national new;
Why lawyers are statistically over-represented on many bad lists (e.g., substance abuse, depression), and strategies for a satisfying career and purposeful life.