Ethics 2013: A Conversation with John Strait and David Boerner
2.75 AV Ethics CLE Credits
Join Professors John Strait and David Boerner for a sage discussion and thoughtful exploration of lawyer ethics & professional conduct.
Credits: 2.75 AV Ethics CLE
John Strait and David Boerner
Always engaging and thought-provoking, these two highly-respected presenters offer an exceptional level of insight, practical points of application and real-world experience. This program will focus on ethics outside the courtroom.
Professor Strait has served on the Washington Supreme Court's Judicial Ethics Advisory Committee, the King County Bar Association Campaign Ethics Committee, the WSBA Rules of Professional Conduct Committee, and the board of the Washington Chapter of the American Judicature Society. He serves on the board of the WSBA Criminal Law Section, as a governor's appointee to the Statute Law Commission, and as the chair of the Seattle Port Authority Ethics Advisory Committee. For the clinical component of his course in professional responsibility, the law school received the E. Smythe Gambrell Professionalism Award from the American Bar Association. Professor Strait joined the faculty in 1974.
Professor Boerner currently serves as chair of the Board for Court Education, chair of the Washington Supreme Court's Time for Trial Task Force, as well as serving as a member of the Washington Supreme Court's Jury Instruction Committee. He has also chaired the Rules of Professional Conduct Committee of the Washington State Bar Association. In addition, he lectures frequently for groups such as the Washington Criminal Justice Institute, Washington Association of Prosecuting Attorneys, and the Federal Bar Association. He joined the faculty in 1981.
General Registration: $40.00
Seattle University Law School Alumni: $25.00
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