LACBA Ethics: All You Need to Know 2021 – Part 1 of 2
LACBA’s Professional Responsibility and Ethics Committee will present its 16th annual ethics seminar on Thursday, January 14, 2021. This seminar gives participants the opportunity to learn about important ethical issues that have a direct impact on the practice of law from the top practitioners in the field and acquire 2 hours of Ethics MCLE at the same time.
Ethical Issues with Alternate Billing
Ethical Highlights of 2020
7:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Presented by John Amberg, Esq. of Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP.
Date: January 14, 2021
Time: 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
2 Hrs Ethics Credit
LACBA Members $50
Non-LACBA Members $100
Once you have completed your LACBA registration, on the date of the event, you will receive a link from Zoom that will allow you to join the webinar directly. In order to receive participatory CLE credit, registrants must participate in the webinar via Zoom. LACBA cannot provide CLE credit to those who only listen to the program audio by phone. Individuals wishing to receive CLE credit must register independently.
Please log in to Zoom at least 10 minutes before the program time.
You will receive a certificate of attendance via email in 7-10 business days.
If you would prefer to register by phone with Visa, MasterCard or AMEX, please call LACBA Member Services at (800) 456-0416 during regular business hours, 9:00 AM and 5:00 PM Monday-Friday, and our Member Services team will be happy to assist you. You may want to have the event name, event code, and program date (listed below) on-hand when you call, as that will speed your purchase. Please note that advance registration will close at 2:00 P.M. on Tuesday, January 14, 2021.
While advance registration (both online and via phone) closes for most programs approximately 12-24 hours before event time (in order to allow for operational considerations), we would still like to have you join us, and you are more than welcome to register on-site and attend unless the program is specifically noted as SOLD OUT.
Please note that the use of recording devices is not permitted at LACBA programs.
- Erin JoyceLos Angeles Ethics Attorney
Attorney Erin Joyce has extensive experience in State Bar investigations and disciplinary proceedings, plus over twenty-five years of civil litigation practice.
Erin was admitted in 1990 and practiced for nearly eight years in an intellectual property boutique before joining the Office of Chief Trial Counsel as a prosecutor for the State Bar, from 1997 through 2016. Erin has almost twenty years of experience handling all aspects of discipline cases against attorneys in State Bar Court, from the filing of the complaint through trial and review. She has personally tried dozens of State Bar trials and several appeals. Erin has a comprehensive understanding of how State Bar investigations and proceedings unfold.
Before going into private practice, Erin served as Chief Special Investigator for the Los Angeles Fire Department, as a prosecutor for the State Bar of California, and as a lawyer for multiple private practices.