Applied Professionalism 2017 – Oct 20

By directive of the Indiana Supreme Court, all newly admitted attorneys must attend a six-hour Commission approved course on Applied Professionalism within their first three-year mandatory continuing legal educational cycle. This course meets this requirement for you!

Course Objectives
– F. Anthony Paganelli, Chair

Civility and Professionalism: What’s it Really All About?
– Hon. Melissa S. May

Hidden, But Obvious, Tips for Succeeding in Your Legal Career
– Gregory J. Utken

Conflicts of Interest
– Julia Blackwell Gelinas

Ethics of Business Development and Marketing
– F. Anthony Paganelli, Rebecca W. Geyer, & Frederick W. Schultz

Trust Accounts and IOLTA
– Seth T. Pruden

A Call for Help: The Judges and Lawyers Assistance Program (JLAP)
– Patricia L. McKinnon

Vignettes of Legal Ethics
– James J. Bell, Seth T. Pruden

F. Anthony Paganelli – Chair
Paganelli Law Group, Indianapolis

Hon. Melissa S. May
Judge, Indiana Court of Appeals

James J. Bell
Paganelli Law Group, Indianapolis

Julia Blackwell Gelinas
Frost Brown Todd LLC, Indianapolis

Rebecca W. Geyer
Rebecca W. Geyer & Associates, PC, Carmel

Patricia L. McKinnon
Attorney at Law, Indianapolis

Frederick W. Schultz
Greene & Schultz Trial Lawyers, Bloomington

Seth T. Pruden
Staff Attorney, Indiana Supreme Court Disciplinary Commission, Indianapolis

Gregory J. Utken
Retired Partner, Faegre Baker Daniels LLP, Indianapolis

6 CLE / 6 E / 6 APC – Friday, October 20
9:00 A.M. – 4:30 P.M.  Lunch Included!

– ICLEF Conference Facility, Indianapolis

ICLEF • Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum, Indianapolis, IN

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