|Faculty:||Joel Cohen, Michael Ross, James Bernard|
|Production Date:||January 28 2008|
The "Truth" is a term that can take on many different meanings when it comes to the law and the way it is practiced. This course looks at that concept from three different viewpoints. Joel Cohen, Michael Ross, and James Bernard discuss the many situations when lawyers are bound by what they know and what they "don't know". It offers an interesting look into how far an attorney can stretch the truth and why that may or may not be acceptable.
I. Professional Responsibility
II. Cases Against Lawyers
III. Ethics for Lawyers
IV. Civil Cases
V. When it comes to Court
VI. What if Your Client Lies to You
VII. Nix v. Whiteside
September 3, 2010
Michael (Houston, TX)
very well done
Elizabeth (Marlton, NJ)
Kimberly (Cortlandt Manor, NY)
Liked the format of a panel as opposed to one speaker
Kevin (New York, NY)
Excellent format and presentation
Scott (East Syracuse, NY)
Great format. Very easy to listen to.
george (Staten Island, NY)
Considering it's ethics, this was made interesting by 3 good speakers.
Erin (Sugar Land, TX)
Susan (Bethesda, MD)
excellent format and faculty---really kept it interesting
Brian (Las Vegas, NV)
Very interesting presentation.
Anna Louise (Houston, TX)
Far and away the best program i have viewed on Lawline. Raised interesting questions and some of the answers, although "ethical" within ABA guidelines, made me nervous.
John (El Paso, TX)
An evenly balanced and thought provoking session. Each speaker presented helpful perspectives. Very beneficial. JFN
Kamala (Dallas, TX)
this was a very informative seminar
Susan (Lawrence, NJ)
very effective format and engaging presentation by all three speakers
James (Houston, TX)
Eric (New York, NY)
Daire (Buffalo, NY)
Diane (Oklahoma City, OK)
Good thought provoking ethics seminar.
Eduardo (El Paso TX, TX)
Found the exchange of views brown speakers excellent format
Mark (Houston, TX)
Very interesting topic, very good instructors
Christine (Austin, TX)
It was very interesting. Thank you!
David (New York, NY)
Very interesting discussion amoung the panelists.
James (Scarsdale, NY)
Very good panel.
Paul (San Angelo, TX)
Valerie (Ashburn, VA)
It was terrific that this seminar was structured as a conversation rather than the speakers reading prepared presentations.
Janice (Houston, TX)
Interesting & informative
Brendan (Houston, TX)
Liked the format.
Jodi (Philadelphia, PA)
Christy (New Orleans, LA)
intersting format. made it easy to stay interested.
William (New York, NY)
Having multiple presenters was very effective
Robert (AUSTIN, TX)
Great method of presentation - more of a discussion then a lecture.
Anders (Oceanside, NY)
I liked the format as well as the course content.
Mohamed S. (Jamaica, NY)
thomas (arlington, TX)
One of the better courses!
Dan (Champaign, IL)
Allen (Los Gatos, CA)
Sandra (Lakeport, CA)
Very informative and well done, as well as interesting
Angie (Houston, UT)
I liked this course
Edor (Castaic, CA)
Interesting discussion, though provoking.
Keith (Los Angeles, CA)
Both interesting and informative.
Curtis (Houston, TX)
Enjoyed the roundtable discussion format. Very informative and not canned responses
Tissiana (Basking Ridge, NJ)
I really liked the presentation format. Additionally, the presenters were great and the discussion was very engaging.
Jamilee (Rochester Hills, MI)
I enjoyed this format of the three attorneys speaking at the table. They all did a great job. Very interesting.
William E. (Springfield, IL)
Alan (Toms River, NJ)
great panel of speakers
Susan (San Mateo, CA)
Good job. Interesting discussion.
Adrienne (Salem, OR)
Very well done, enjoyable presentation
James A (Red Bank, NJ)
incredible seminar. many thoughtful questions raised.
JOHN (MAHWAH, NJ)
Rebeccah (seattle, WA)
Jonathan (Salem, OR)
Really enjoyed those three men.
Pamela (Tukwila, WA)
Excellent program on ethics!
Carla J. (Louisville, CO)
I thought the discussion was quite lively.
Sarah (Gretna, NE)
Pamela (Hackensack, NJ)
Edwin (Los Angeles, CA)
Very engaging discussion. Plenty of interesting questions were raised.
Debra (West Richland, WA)
Very provocative subject and interesting discussion. Definitely learned some things I didn't know. Will keep the written materials for future reference.
Mia (Seattle, WA)
Great rapport and respect amongst the presentors. Good, solid presentation.
Barent (Fairfax Station, VA)
Good Format. Good Discussion.
Ty (Sacramento, CA)
Should be required viewing for everyone in this profession.
Patrick (Downers Grove, IL)
Frank (Norfolk, VA)
Terrel (Idaho Falls, ID)
Bruce (Richmond, VA)
Laura (McLean, VA)
Best ethics course I've taken
Stephen (Dallas, TX)
Excellent interaction among the speakers
Peter (Wilmington, DE)
Good use of actual events to highlight issues and points.
Stephen (Lakewood, WA)
Daniel (Fairfax, VA)
Dorlene (Olympia, WA)
This is the best CLE I have viewed so far! Great written materials as well!
Edgar (Williamsburg, VA)
Good to have three attorneys to discuss issues
Elizabeth (Haymarket, VA)
Really well done CLE, thank you.
Gregory (Aptos, CA)
i like the roundtable idea.
Michele (Farmington Hills, MI)
Roundtable format kept this an interesting discussion.
Henry (NY, NY)
Excellent thought provoking discussion on very important ethics issues.
Daniel (Bedford, NY)
very good course, good refresher on material for experienced counsel.
Toni (HERMISTON, OR)
I enjoyed the discussion
Joyce (Eastpoint, FL)
Linda (Chicago, IL)
Thomas (Chicago, IL)
Daniel (Richmond, VA)
Ronald D (Tyrone, GA)
cary (Richmond, VA)
excellent program with knowledgeable speakers
Tamela (Tallahassee, FL)
very good format
eric (Tampa, FL)
Michael (Jacksonville, FL)
These 3 ethics sessions have been the best I've ever seen. I hope the rest will be just as interesting and well done.
Jayne (New York, NY)
liked the conversational format
Esperanza (West Orange, NJ)
Harry L (Vienna, VA)
Robert (Maple Valley, WA)
Outstanding presentation! Enjoyable, too - first rate.
William (Vienna, VA)
Marjorie (Hastings on Hudson, NY)
Michael Ross is very knowledgable and a good speaker.
Joseph (Longmont, CO)
Excellent presentation. Sometimes panning from speaker to speaker was too fast and distracting.
Matthew (Staten Island, NY)
Only the second one I have listened but so far the best
Melvin Duane (Wichita, KS)
Great discussion with varying viewpoints.
Paul (North Aurora, IL)
One of the best I have heard--guys in the trenches discussing real problems and giving practical observations
W. Rainer (Osprey, FL)
Lively discussion of an important subject
Donald (Elmsford, NY)
very interestingly presented
Christopher (Morristown, NJ)
Format, content and delivery really superb.
Jeffrey (Sayville, NY)
practical concerns and good examples to illustrate points.
Dan (Lacey, WA)
Good discussion of an interesting subject.
James Blake C. (Los Angeles, CA)
Tom (Spring Hill, FL)
Nice job, 3 perspectives helped discussion
Clement (St Petersburg, FL)
Very good relaxed presentation
Amy (Stayton, OR)
Awesome faculty. This was a great course.
David (New York, NY)
Very nice conversational format
Conrad (Conroe, TX)
The interaction between the speakers kept it moving nicely.
Elizabeth (Naperville, IL)
I really liked the panel format used.
David (Pasadena, CA)
Great course. Could have listened to these intelligent lawyers for several more hours.
george (St. Petersburg, FL)
The dynamic interaction of the three presenters was refreshing and entertaining. Good course.
Caroll (North Palm Beach, FL)
The interaction among the attorneys makes the seminar
Howard J. (Forest Hills, NY)
Thought-provoking conversation among three leaders in the field. Would recommend this to all attorneys seeking guidance on questions of ethics.
Donna (Bradenton, FL)
Very informative and terrific presentation of the material.
Kathryn (Springdale, MD)
cpnversational presentation among the attorneys was a good change of pace.
Edie (Cape Coral, FL)
That was the most interesting course I have taken. I loved the interaction between the speakers. They were great!
Dennis (Quincy, IL)
Excellent format and presentation on a challenging subject.
Thomas (Klamath Falls, OR)
An interesting discussion of a tricky ethical issue
Geoffrey (Hollywood, CA)
Interesting presentation of the issues. Food for thought for most practioners.
Carol (Staten Island, NY)
I liked the exchange between attorneys.
Linda (Plymouth Meeting, PA)
Joseph (Miami, FL)
very fine presentation with capable expert attorneys involved. i would suggest however, that the participants research and present pertinant and relevant areas from area of epistemology (the theory of knowledge)thereby augmenting their knowledge of what is considered knowledge. joe frantin, miami
Ira L (SPRINGFIELD, VA)
Extremely well presented.
Nathaniel (Weston, FL)
Interesting discussion and dynamic between the speakers.
Daniel (Washington, DC)
Far and away the best course of this bundle.
Phyllis (new suffolk, NY)
Very thorough and thougthful discussion of an important area of concern to all attorneys
David (Red Wing, MN)
well done - best of the last 20 hours worth of CLE i have taken
Linus (Oneida, NY)
Intelligent, well-presented discussion by three seasoned attorneys who have long studied and practiced in this difficult area.
Matt (Miami, FL)
The discussion format is more interesting than a single speaker.
Marjorie (New York, NY)
This was a very good program. The technology allowed me to view it on my own time.
Thomas (Deerfield Beach, FL)
Sheri (Miami Beach, FL)
Walter (San Luis Obispo, CA)
Somewhat NY centric but provocative discussion.
Neil (Naples, FL)
Roma (Wellington, FL)
The speakers for this program was the most fluid of the speakers I have heard to date. Their substantive knowledge was excellent, and their delivery or presentation was likewise excellent.
Marc (Dunn Loring, VA)
Best in the ethics courses!
William (Boise, ID)
Loved format of a casual conversation.
Edward (Morristown, NJ)
daniel (Westport, CT)
Douglas (Darien, CT)
Tari (Havana, FL)
Annette (Downers Grove, IL)
I enjoyed the discussion format by the three speakers more than a lecture by one person for a presentation.
Michael (South Plainfield, NJ)
Excellent course. Thank you.
Michael (Mamahawkin, NJ)
A thoughtful presentation on some difficult issues
Conor (Nashville, TN)
Interesting ethics discussion and very thought provoking.
Darren (Murfreesboro, TN)
Charles (Poulsbo, WA)
Stephen (Friendsville, TN)
This time the panel approach really works. I liked this one.
Stephen (Edmonds, WA)
Excellent. I liked the Q&A and discussion format.
david (HOLMDEL, NJ)
found it very interesting
Hwesu (Bronxville, NY)
Very well done.
Kathleen (Reigate, NY)
Very interesting and thought-provoking.
Kristine (Dubuque, IA)
Cute presentation. Nice to have something out of the ordinary. . .
Natalie (Seattle, WA)
Liked the interaction between speakers.
George (Seminole, FL)
George (Hampton, NJ)
Bradley (Wallingford, PA)
Libby (Basking Ridge, NJ)
I liked this discussion format interlaced with real life scenarios
Arthur (New York, NY)
Patricia S. (W. Bradenton, FL)
Interesting, liked format with discussion. Would like more law.
Melvin (Seattle, WA)
John (Las Vegas, NV)
Three very qualified Law Professors give the best, interesting and informative, ethics seminar.
Virgil (Durango, CO)
Interesting discussion of ethical questions.
Catherine (Seattle, WA)
I liked the conversational format of this presentation.
John (Princeton, NJ)
Good attempt to blend practice and theory.
Robert J (Reno, NV)
Very informative and good format choice.
Daniel (New York, NY)
The relatively free-form discussion was well suited to this topic.
Clarence (Morristown, TN)
Lois (Haddonfield, NJ)
This is one of the most informative and enjoyable courses that I have attended!
Michael (Deptford, NJ)
Patrick (Harrisburg, PA)
I really liked the format.
mark (Trenton, NJ)
IT was informative.
Joung Ho (Flushing, NJ)
Great discussion of how truth may constrain lawyers in court.
Gerald L. (arlington, VA)
a difficult and interesting topic of handling the truth and the near truth
Douglas (Springfield, VA)
I was EXTREMELY happy with the refresshing open discussion format these able experts employed.
Kenneth (North Plainfield, NJ)
Good job on a tough subject!
Robert M. (Newport News, VA)
This is an excellent seminar both in terms of content and presentation.
Joan K (Arlington, VA)
I especially liked the format of the three presenters discussing the issues.
STEPHEN (AUBURN, WA)
a bit too dry
Pamela (Great Falls, VA)
these guys were great! I loved listening to their stories.
Douglas (Moseley, VA)
Good ethics seminar.
Elizabeth (Clifton, VA)
Thought provoking presentation.
Chris (Muskegon, MI)
I think this is a great way to earn CLE credits.
Charles (Arlington, VA)
James (Warwick, RI)
MELODIE (FOREST HILLS, NY)
For this topic, the discussion format is great.
John (Bristow, VA)
This was excellent. These three guys are a lot smarter than I am.
Reynold (Far Hills, NJ)
I really enjoyed the thoughtful and articulate discussion, and that I've avoided these issues for 30+ years.
Michael (Swarthmore, PA)
Excellent and thought-provoking.
Melissa (Norfolk, VA)
Hands down the best seminar I've done yet on Lawline -- engaging speakers, interesting topic.
Lawrence (Colonial Beach, VA)
Excellent, fast-paced presentation...
Dorothy (Mountain View, CA)
This seminar addresses a lot of thorny ethical issues that lawyers confront and does an excellent job of answering some "gray area" questions. Very helpful.
Wanda (Bloomfield, NJ)
Excellent presentation. I emjoyed the informal setting.
Patricia (Navasota, TX)
Eleanor (Pine Brook, NJ)
very interesting give and take.
Vivian (Coral Gables, FL)
fun to listen to
Ralph (Valrico, MA)
Great discussion. Compelling topic of interest to all attorneys.
Peter (Fair Lawn, NJ)
Robin (Washington, DC)
I enjoyed the lecture and the speakers were fairly engaging, I just felt the material was a bit redundant. But overall, a solid course.
Gerald (Chicago, IL)
I thought they were very good - and I liked the open dialog.
Garrett (Staten Island, NY)
I liked the discussion format.
Russ (Dallas, TX)
top level speakers - excellent.
Setsuko (Kahului, HI)
lots of information!
Philip (Charlotte, NC)
Thought provoking session
Adam (Towson, MD)
Thought the speakers were excellent. I really liked the roundtable conversation format.
Beverly June Jacobs (Dell Valle, TX)
Particularly enjoyed that discussion format. I get so tired of "talking-head" programs where a single expert lectures for the entire time. The discussion among three people who sometimes disagreed was so much more interesting and informative.
John (Orlando, FL)
Mark (Herndon, VA)
very thought provoking.
Darren (South Riding, VA)
interesting issues and an engaging format
John (Miami, FL)
These attorney were excellent, Mr. Ross exceptional.
Teresa (Boca Raton, FL)
Very interesting discussion. I am still, however, not sure as to when and if I would be "constrained by" the truth. The speakers were really intelligent and I would be honored to take one of their courses.
Michael (Northfield, IL)
Great discussion about interesting topic many of us deal with by the seats of our trousers.
Steven (Ponte Vedra Beach, FL)
Incredibly knowledgeable panel. Excellent presentation.
Betty (Houston, TX)
Excellent discussion presented in an engaging and entertaining way.
richard (lansing, MI)
I thought the format of this program was very good. I enjoyed the round table discussion.
John F (New York, NY)
I think I would like all three of these guys as friends. I like their mannerisms and affect too. Of course they know the law, but what I really enjoyed about Joel is how he moderated the discussion to get Mile and and James to field most of the answers. Kudos guys. I do tax work and actually found a lot of the discussion helpful and stimulating. Cheers !
Randall (West Palm Beach, FL)
This discussion raised more questions than it answered, but these certainly are questions that merit discussion.
Christopher (Denver, CO)
Fascinating discussion, enjoyed the format.
Ira (Delray Beach, FL)
This seminar was excellent in every respect. I'd have been happier to know how Florida courts have ruled on the ethical issues presented, but the discussion about the ABA Model Rules helps fill that gap somewhat. I very much enjoyed the discussion about "What can we actually know?" The course is both philosophical and practical. Ira Abrams, Esq. Delray Beach, FL
David W. (Sarasota, FL)
Charles (Virginia Beach, VA)
Great seminar. Because the presenters not only were colleagues, but obviously were friends, in effect, they allowed me to eavesdrop on their debate of the issues, rather than a "Group Lecture" on the subject. Most entertaining.
erica (New York, NY)
interesting format. speakers are clearly knowledgable.
Ronald (Princeton, NJ)
Very nice topic - enjoyed the conversational style.
Vincent (Astoria, NY)
I enjoyed the discussion format.
alan (Houston, TX)
These guys were great. Wonderful and very helpful program.
George (Garden City, NY)
A fine CLE course which brought back to the forefront a critical ethical issue lawyers will face throughout their careers.
benjamin (Jacksonville, FL)
Arthur (Miami, FL)
I enjoyed the give and take; this is a very good way to learn about a subject.
Stephen (Lexington, VA)
Jessica (Arlington, VA)
Excellent presentation, very engaging. Good examples and hypotheticals. Well organized.
Kevin (Houston, TX)
Very engaging discussion. All three presenters are well informed on the topic, and convey everyone's concern for doing right for our clients AND our legal process.
Sue (austin, TX)
It answered some pretty tough questions. I learned a lot.
Daniel (Fairfield, CT)
An interesting and at times surprising discussion.
Lizanne (Lakeland, FL)
Interesting discussion and analysis
Marissa (Brooklyn, NY)
Arthur (Washington, DC)
I was a bit leery about the format. I've attended too many panel discussions that turned into friends catching up with each other's war stories. This was a terrific, entertaining and extremely educational program.
R. Scott (Austin, TX)
Great "panel" discussion format.
Robert (Gettysburg, PA)
Excellent format, delivery and course!
Jennifer (Fairfax, VA)
I liked the relaxed format. The conversation style between the three presenters made it more interesting.
Dana (Short Hills, NJ)
I enjoyed the conversational aspect of this lecture.
Robert (Sausalito, CA)
Very strong and practical program. All three presenters are very impressive.
Rita (Terrebonne, OR)
Fantastic panel discussion by three well-spoken lawyers who were able to apply principles to hypothetical and real case scenarios - thank you!
Juliet (Arlington, VA)
I found it worth more from a theoretical perspective, than a directly practical perspective. But that doesn't bother me, at all.
James (Bristol, VA)
A very interesting and thought provoking topic. Well presented.
Howard (Great Neck, NY)
Excellent, intelligent discussion. I will watch for other courses led by Messrs. Cohen, Ross and Bernard.
Leonard (Manalapan, NJ)
Very interesting. I enjoyed the discussion
Rosetta (Jacksonville, FL)
relevant to a case that I'm working on
Brad (Portland, OR)
Some more specific reference to the RPC's in a course meant for multi-state consumption would be useful.
Nichon (Madison, MS)
It made me look at how I view the truth, and what it is, in a different way.
Robert J. (Valley Stream, NY)
Fascinating and down to earth by people who know what they are talking about!
Robert (Lewes, DE)
Otis (Haslet, TX)
The presentation was done in an easawy to listen and follow format.
Anna (Chicago, IL)
Cher (Henderson, NV)
I enjoyed the debate/discussion format.
Dennis (Davis, IL)
Jett (San Ramon, CA)
Messrs. Cohen, Ross and Bernard present an excellent overview of the ethical considerations of volitional ignorance. Fast moving, upbeat format. Very interesting.
Joseph (Clearwater, FL)
WILLARD (THE WOODLANDS, TX)
To know or not to know, that is the question.
Reginia (Fairfax, VA)
very interesting format.
Andrew (Auburn, NY)
I liked this format for this topic. The discussion was engaging.
stephan (freehold, NJ)
Excellent course. Very interesting and informative. Changed a lot of my perceptions. I will listen to this course again.
kevin (nashville, TN)
breath of fresh air
lawrence (boynton beach, FL)
Good because it was three lawyers rather than one lawyer presenting the material.
Karen (Virginia Beach, VA)
Very entertaining. The attorneys' cross-talk kept the presentation lively and interesting. I especially liked that they provided a transcript of the presentation in the written materials.
dan (Naples, FL)
Bruce (Ft Lauderdale, FL)
good animated dialogue amongst the speakers on some very tricky subject matter....
Timothy (Livingston, NJ)
I like the format
Molly (Tampa, FL)
Linda (Brooklyn, NY)
Myron (Dallas, TX)
Joanne (Flower Mound, TX)
Steven (Evergreen Park, IL)
i liked the relaxed sort of round table discussion instead of the stiff presentation format
Robert (Miami, FL)
Daniel (Lake Zurich, IL)
Preston (Alexandria, VA)
Style of presentation actually felt like you were participating in the discussion.
Jane (San Antonio, TX)
thomas (rochester, NY)
Really enjoyed the format of the discussion.
robert (new york, NY)
A bit theoretical, but that is inherent in this subject matter. Overall, a thought provoking and useful program.
Victor (St. Croix, FL)
The discussion format works very well for teaching CLE courses.
Michael (San Antonio, TX)
Mark (Jacksonville, FL)
Edward (Newburgh, NY)
Steven (Dallas, TX)
Nice treatment of an interesting topic, on issues that arise almost weekly in Criminal practice.
Greg (Owensboro, KY)
Joe (Glen Allen, VA)
I enjoyed listening to the "round robin" style of presenting this material.
Deyar (Chicago, IL)
Great role playing with examples.
Brian (New York, NY)
robert (hackensack, NJ)
The materials transcript of the talk is a great idea.
Frank (Chicago, IL)
Sandra (Sherman Oaks, CA)
salvador (Houston, TX)
This is my first course and I was pleased.
Robert (Key West, FL)
The presenters -- all three of them -- are the best I've seen so far. And their materials were very good.
Thomas (Evanston, IL)
Fun, wide-ranging discussion of thorny topics. Too bad we did not get to firm conclusions. Maybe the subject matter does not lend itself to them.
John (Bowie, MD)
Janine (Chicago, IL)
These speakers were very engaging and presented real life situations with proposed solutions. I appreciated each speaker's candor.
Brian (Chicago, AL)
Very interesting and ponderous -- especially on the settlement discussion ethics challenges.
Keith (Griswold, CT)
Kirsten (Wheaton, IL)
It was beneficial to have written materials alongside the video presentation. A wide range of subtopics were touched on.
Jenny (Itasca, IL)
I enjoyed the round table format. It lends itself well to ethics.
Richard (Niceville, FL)
Andrew (Boston, MA)
Good discussion, clearly presented.
Kristen (Chicago, IL)
Was a little too conversational between the panel members but still a good class
Verda (Chicago, IL)
Brian (Park Ridge, IL)
Interesting, thoughtful presentation.
Elizabeth (Western Springs, IL)
I enjoyed the roundtable format.
Steven (Northville, MI)
Melissa (Chicago , IL)
very thought provoking, very good seminar, would like more from these speakers!
Giles (Southaven, MS)
Retha (Cataula, GA)
Excellent presentation. The informal panel discussion format covered key concepts in a highly interesting way.
steven (Boston, MA)
good review to help one protect themself from sanctions
John (Clarksville, TN)
Michelle (Woodridge, IL)
Speakers were very entertaining and knowledgeable. Topic was intriguing and raised some interesting questions regarding what lawyers should know or should want to know.
Mike (Palatine, IL)
Outstanding. Best panel discussion I've heard to date on the issue of how far we need to go to "check out the client's version of reality." Thank you.
Jennifer (Chicago, IL)
Enjoyed the use of multiple speakers.
Mark (Wixom, MI)
I appreciated their casual conversation on the matter - made it very easy to follow.
mark (dallas, TX)
Very good discussion on the tension between "truth" and the process of establishing facts in the adversarial process.
Andrea (Miami Beach, FL)
C Ryan (Miami, FL)
Looks good - thanks very much!
Johnny (Apopka, FL)
Although I would have liked definitive answers, it was made clear that the courts have not clearly drawn the lines in various areas. I think the conversation clearly made this point and also think that a conversation format was most interesting and easy to follow.
Gary (Denver, CO)
Liked the relaxed multiple speaker format!
christelle (Las Vegas, NV)
Michael (Dunedin, FL)
Clint (Dallas, TX)
Very well done.
Mark (Houston, TX)
pretty interesting presentation
RYAN (PORTLAND, OR)
Very insightful for any attorney practicing either civil or criminal law.
jeff (cocoa beach, FL)
The written materials were clear and to-the-point.
Andrea (Chicago, IL)
I enjoyed the discussion format of the course.
Anthony (Chicago, IL)
I like the discussion format. It was like watching a talk show or TV interview
David (Chicago, IL)
Good written bullet points of information used with the topics being discussed by the seminar speakers.
Edward (Brooklyn, NY)
William (Jacksonville, FL)
Very good, one of the best.
Frederick (St. Petersburg, FL)
very good course on ethics for trial lawyer
RICHARD (Chicago, IL)
Fascinating even though I am not in litigation!
Jacqueline (Orlando, FL)
Really interesting. Addresses an issue I am currently facing and will be helpful to me in assessing that.
Jennifer E (Orlando, FL)
Daniel (New York, NY)
Excellent, thoughtful discussion; useful format; good hypotheticals
John (Tampa, FL)
Tracy (Jacksonville, FL)
one of the more interesting ethics seminars I have heard
B J (Ozona, FL)
I liked the informal casual style. I enjoyed the content and learned some new things. Thank you.
Frank (Hollywood, FL)
this was a great discussion to listen to
William (Tallahassee, FL)
I enjoyed the informal format and subject matter.
Robert (Frisco, TX)
Interesting dialogue. Good questions and answers session.
Barbara (Bonita, CA)
it was a good seminar, easy to follow and the panel discussion made it interesting
Michael (wayne, PA)
very sound presentation of both criminal and commercial law contexts,
Katrina (Chicago, IL)
Great discussion topic and I liked the dialogue format.
Susan (Austin, TX)
one of your best offerings--clear that these lawyers know their subject matter, clear that they are able to articulate their views with precision
Jay (Lufkin, TX)
I found it very helpful to me for my initial interviews with my client. It was also helpful for me for use during trial in situations where I am unsure of my client's veracity, whether on the stand or not.
Patricia (Miami, FL)
excellent format and good speakers. I like the informal conversation between the three speakers.
Stephen (Spring, TX)
Great format. Very informativer
Lori (Westlake Village, CA)
there was a problem with the audio and it would pause at times, almost like a skip.
Shaundelle (Brooklyn, NY)
Herbert (Monroe, ME)
Frank (Cary, IL)
The informal discussion was a nice format.
Mark (San Francisco, CA)
Arnold (basking ridge, NJ)
Beverly (Charlotte, NC)
Thoughtful and provocative.
David (Houston, TX)
David (La Puente, CA)
Brett (NY, NY)
Great format, presentation, substance and knowledge. First rate program.
Stanford (Layton, UT)
enjoyed the colloquial stage of presentation. The dialogue was great. Real world examples, explanations very helpful. 5 stars to these gents!
Anas (New York, NY)
The topic was interesting and the speakers were knowledgeable. It helps that the speakers are dynamic and not monotone. In terms of technology, I liked that you can sync the slides with the current topic in the event that you needed more time to view a slide or advanced to a future slide.
Caroline (Franklin, TN)
I enjoyed the conversational format and found the issues raised to be very interesting and thought provoking, especially "implied/inferred knowledge" vs. "actual knowledge." Thank you.
Barbara (Sarasota, FL)
michael (wanship, UT)
Conversational format was excellent.
Carmen R (Cordova, TN)
Really great discussion. Enjoyable and engaging format for a difficult topic!
Wil (Freeport, NY)
Engaging course. I enjoyed the three speaker dialogue.
Ann (Pittsfield, MA)
I liked this discussion format, as opposed to a straight lecture, especially for the topic of ethics.
Molly (Portland, ME)
Interesting program - nice written materials.
Shanna (Houston, TX)
I love LAWLINE. It is so very convenient, easy and professionally presented. I will definitely continue to use this service.
gellaian (Houston, TX)
interesting subject matter and thus good seminar
Oris Otis (Hasoet, TX)
The discussion format is interesting and makes the learning experience easier and more enjoyable
Sandra Jean (Tallahassee, FL)
Excellent substance and presentation
Ann (Stillwater, OK)
Excellent format and thought-provoking topic.
Karrie (Orlando, FL)
Good food for thought, and I could listen and iron at the same time, since you said the verification code aloud.
Elisha (Skokie, IL)
Very intelligent and knowledgeable presenters.
Bonnie (Los Angeles, CA)
John (Woodland Hills, CA)
OUTSTANDING discussion. These guys really know their stuff. Thank you.
Mercedes (New York, NY)
Alberto (Falls Church, VA)
I loved the format. Non-scripted plus conversational. Fantastic speakers with the knowledge to back their points.
Amy (Arlington, VA)
ann (Naples, FL)
awesome! I really enjoyed the speakers and presentation.
Delfin (Bowie, MD)
Timothy (Washington, DC)
Excellent, very engaging course. I love the format. Plenty of substance, without droning on. Well done.
Jessica (Arlington, VA)
The lecture was easy to follow and interesting, especially with the contemporary references.
John (Richmond, VA)
Interesting issues with insightful analyses
Walter (Vista, CA)
BONNIE (JUPITER, FL)
the format was different but the attorneys were knowlegable
Matthew J. (Bartow, FL)
Enjoyed the informal format. Speakers clearly know their material; and are very insightful.
PAUL (NASHVILLE, TN)
THE BEST OF OUR PROGRAMS WHICH I HAVE TAKEN THUS FAR. THE PRESENTERS WERE EXCELLENT AND HELD MY ATTENTION.
Charles (Gordonsville, VA)
Very well done.
Jeffrey (New York, NY)
The conversation format was interesting, engaging.
Nathaniel (Weston, FL)
Great presentation. Was like listening to some smart lawyers talking about an interesting issue at a bar over a beer. Very informal discussion but extremely interesting.
Hubert (Islands Ranch, CO)
William (Yorktown, VA)
I enjoyed the roundtable discussion approach
Reinaldo (Los Angeles, CA)
Very good examples, very meaningful discussion.
Merrilie (Tyler, TX)
David (garden city, NY)
This was wonderful. I loved it!
Jessica (Stamford, CT)
This is the first CLE that I've enjoyed in quite some time. The speakers are quite knowledgeable and very interesting.
William (Chapel Hill, TN)
The format was good for the subject.
Deborah (Hillsborough, NJ)
I thought this seminar was very helpful and necessay
Cheryl Hoffman (Bethlehem, PA)
EXCELLENT program. Thank you!
Mark (New York, NY)
Alexander (Niles, IL)
interesting seminar. something to think about
John (Kennett, MO)
jonathan (ozona, TX)
Highly accessible, easy to follow, geuinely useful,
Jacob (Plano, TX)
Excellent format. Multiple speakers provides an enlivened discussion.
Lawrence (Orlando, FL)
T. Wayne (Franklin, TX)
Welcome change to a interaction format. The advocates described situations which I encounter often and their examination was insightful and thought provoking.
Helaine (Newark, NJ)
Very interesting. I would recommend!
Somaly (Vienna, VA)
It was interesting.
Jerome (Riverwoods, IL)
Very knowledgeable--good balance of views
Doris (Vernon Hills, IL)
Loved the 3-way dialogue format -- very easy to listen to & kept my attention
Christina (State College, PA)
TERRY (TEXARKANA, TX)
Very relaxed & imformative discussion.
Ruth (Chicago, IL)
Liked the intelligent discussion among informed professionals--nice change in format.
Susanne (Oak Park, IL)
Enjoyable. It was an interesting format.
Eric (Naperville, IL)
There are some interesting concepts in the course.
Gerald (San Diego, CA)
This was a very informative and well-presented program
Jill (Harrison, NJ)
Loved the discussion format.
Frederick (Park Ridge, IL)
A very interesting and thought-provoking presentation.
MaryAnne (Chicago, IL)
AN enjoyable informal discussion with solid supporting written materials
bridget (Los Angeles, CA)
I like the format of this CLE. The hypotheticals were great and it was interesting to see different points of view on each topic.
David (Sandiago, CA)
Interesting and thought provoking. A nice reminder of ethics issues associated with "truth".
James (Chicago, IL)
William (Riverside, IL)
Nicely done with a great panel.
Marc (Highland Park, IL)
BY FAR the best video I have seen so far. Well done in every respect.
David (Cottage Hills, IL)
Scott (Albany, NY)
Nice interaction between the speakers; they seemed to indicated they had presented together before.
Vicky (Tampa, FL)
I liked the discussion format.
Michelle (Nashville, TN)
One of the best online seminars I've taken, particularly enjoyed the format.
Arthur (Chicago, IL)
The attorneys did a good job in presenting th material concerning a very difficult area in the law.
stephen (west new york, NJ)
The panel format used by the presenters made for a nice change of pace and allowed for an interesting introduction to the topic.
Stephen (Des Plaines, IL)
excellent program for criminal or civil
PAUL (CHICAGO, IL)
Robert (Aurora, IL)
At first, I was worried that the "free flow" format of the discussion on ethics would be a poor format, but the speakers' competency and choice of topic made the content both interesting and instructive. This presentation was one of the more interesting ethics training courses that I have attended.
Jee-Hyeon (North Hills, CA)
Very productive and helpful information!!
William J. (Spring Valley, IL)
William (Oakland, NJ)
Best course I've taken on Lawline. Very thoughtful and thought provoking discussion.
Richard (Northbrook, IL)
The conversational form of presentation was appreciated.
Flobelle (New York, NY)
Matthew (Tarrytown, NY)
Three fully engaged and engaging presenters in conversation. Excellent. It's a quick CLE hour.
Gordon (Villa Park, IL)
Good stuff - fact vs opinion, past vs present or prospective - all covered with the distinction noted between actual and should have.
Tim (South Elgin, IL)
really liked the conversational style
Margaret (New York, NY)
Gary (Boca Raton, FL)
Naomi (De Pere, WI)
fantastic panel discussion with relevant examples
Mark (North Las Vegas, NV)
Interesting foremat and discussion. I enjoyed it. Very thought provoking.
Angela (Chicago, IL)
I liked the conversaational format. It was compelling.
Vanessa (Northbrook, IL)
Davy (North Wilkesboro, NC)
Good at addressing grey areas in criminal law that lawyers need to know.
Stephanie (Roslyn Heights, NY)
I really enjoyed the conversational tone of this course- found it much more interesting than the traditional lecture style course.
stephanie (raleigh, NC)
this is a fantastic course. the 3-way conversation, though relaxed, was very insightful and easy to learn from. Really good!
George (Bayport, NY)
Excellent. Very interesting. The speakers were outstanding.
Jeffrey (Atlanta, GA)
Good thoughts on things I see daily.
Terry (Houston, TX)
I really liked having the material to view as they spoke. This was interesting especially to those of us who have been doing CLE for 30 years.
Sandra (Wilmette, IL)
Very practical and interesting
Silvia (Atlanta, GA)
Very informative and clear.
Laura (Forest Hills, NY)
best one so far
Leta (Denver, CO)
Very different format than a typical lecture setting. Nice change.
thomas (chicago, IL)
Fascinating, erudite discussion of what "truth" or knowing is and continuing tension between loyalty to client and to "the truth" and the judical process.
David (Santa Monica, CA)
Very good speakers and a good format -- I like more than one speaker in a seminar.
Thomas (Scarsdale, NY)
John (piermont, NY)
conversation style much more interesting than lecture
Erica (New York, NY)
This is the best I have ever attended.
Linda (Greenvale, NY)
Here you have three brilliant attorneys in a relaxed and informal setting. Most esteemed, is Michael Ross, Esq., a proven expert in this area of the law.
David (Stanford, CT)
Overall, well done.
Robin (New York, NY)
loved the different format
Robert (Garden City, NY)
Excellent lecture on ethics; causes you to really re-think certain issues.
Dan (Virginia Beach, VA)
this was the best so far. Great insight and great hypotheticals.
Thomas (Southport, CT)
Good exploration of difficult mid-trial issues involving client testimony.
Mark (Chicago, IL)
relevant subject matter, practical discussion about issue
Roger (King George, VA)
Excellent presentation. I thought I was right there in the discussion!
Nancy (clifton Park, NY)
A very interesting discussion.
Ursula (Palm Harbor, FL)
It was interesting. After listening to this presentation I think the law in this area needs to be changed and clarified.
James (Reston, VA)
Very good trio of advocates. comfortable, knowledgeable of their subject matter and they seem to like what they do. Great lecture, good 'office discussion' format.
Virginia (Glen Rock, NJ)
Best ethics course I have ever taken.
Larry (Portsmouth, VA)
Very good format, and well and interestingly presented. Professional "production" values made it easy to watch, and very enjoyable.
Raleigh (Hollywood, CA)
excellent discussion, excellent format
Jacqueline (Port Orange, FL)
I enjoyed the scholarly debate on such a nebulous subject.
Yitty (Brooklyn, NY)
I loved the format of this seminar. The three-way discussion held my attention, and at the same time, was very informative.
William (New York City, NY)
Well done and substantive.
Sharon (Sherman Oaks, CA)
Excellent discussion. Very knowledgeable speakers.
Ryan (Los Angeles, CA)
Really enjoyed it. Great discussion of interesting and challenging issues.
Jon (Laguna Niguel, CA)
I liked the sync function w/the written material.
Neil (Naples, FL)
very convenient, very thorough, and I too would be wary of the attnys on this video as adversaries
Judith (Closer, NJ)
Gerald (Montclair, NJ)
Quite fascinating and eye opening.
Paula (Alhambra, CA)
Very interesting and detailed discussion of both sides of the topic and of various issues and examples that were discussed.
Debra Lucas (Tampa, FL)
good format - interaction of the three different speakers kept the topic interesting
Diderico (Mt. Vernon, IN)
Very well done. Efficient, good topic, and effective.
J Steven (Fort Lauderdale, FL)
I liked the dialogue between the speakers in an area that has a lot of gray areas
LaKenya (Knoxville, TN)
The round-table discussion approach was an interesting twist.
Roger (New York, NY)
Robin (Memphis, TN)
Richard (Medon, TN)
Very thought provoking! The panel format kept my attention much better than a straight lecture.
Victor (Loudon, TN)
Found the presenters to be extremely believable in their discussion of ethical issues in real practice.
James (Cohoes, NY)
Lester (Colleyville, TX)
Absolutely the best presentation I have seen on this topic. Refreshing in its frankness.
Mari (Chicago, IL)
The discussion format was very good. Very profound and interesting subject.
Arthur (Palm Springs, CA)
Excellent presentation for both civil and criminal practitioners.
Jennifer (Highlands Ranch, CO)
Christian (New York, NY)
Mary (Memphis, TN)
andrew (new york, NY)
Jedde (Key West, FL)
I liked the round-table like format.
CATHERINE (ARMONK, NY)
I appreciated the analogies which tried to clarify ethical conduct since the lines are finely drawn
Michael (Potomac, MD)
Very interesting and thought-provoking topic and conversation.
Frederick W. (Norton, VA)
Robert (Nashville, TN)
Good information overall.
EARL (BEVERLY HILLS, CA)
Argun (Baldwin, NY)
One of the most informative lectures into the psyche and the persona of an effective attorney that I have seen in a CLE course as of yet.
Kaaren (Tulsa, OK)
This was very interesting, better than an episode of Law and Order...
Jackie (Salem, OR)
I thought Michael Ross was great and I loved his "Star Trek" analogy about the "prime directive" and what a lawyer's "prime directive" is.
Carol (Greenwich, CT)
I liked the informal discussion method of teaching this topic.
Christopher (Saline, MI)
A very entertaining format for an ethics discussion.
Jerry M. (Jackson, TN)
I found the informal, conversational format very entertaining.
Bennett (New York, NY)
Excellent presenters. Mike Ross is the ultimate source in this area.
Terri (Buffalo Grove, IL)
Discussion format is helpful and more interesting than "talking head."
Denise (Lake Forest, IL)
OK ~ so good! not boring! loved the non-stiff format! give me more of this type of programming!!! bravo!!!
Kristin (Chevy Chase, MD)
Vincent (Utica, NY)
I like the roundtable discussion.
Chadwick (Milwauke, WI)
I enjoyed this presenation, especially the "roundtable" format. The speakers were knowledgeable on the topic and effectively used examples to further explain their points.
Arlynn (Chicago, IL)
enjoyed quite a bit- touched on subjects I have often encountered
Dennis (Columbia, MO)
Marlena (Chicago, IL)
liked the relaxed style
Suzanne (Blue Bell, PA)
The speakers were excellent.
amy (Arlington, VA)
really liked the conversational format
Charles (Richmond, VA)
Fantastic discussion of real world application of the murky world of ethics rules
Daniel Caldwell (Abingdon, VA)
James (Washington, DC)
Mary Jo (Fredericksburg, VA)
I really enjoyed the casual format.
Herman (Falls Church, VA)
It was my first on-line CLE and I really enjoyed the covenieince of doing it in my office.
Lisa (Washington, DC)
The discussion format was quite effective for this presentation.
Barbara (Purcellville, VA)
Liked the format of three lawyers discussing-kept it interesting
Jay (New Milford, CT)
Excellent discussion to which every attorney should pay very close attention.
richard (far hills, NJ)
excellent and thought provoking. enjoyed the conversational format
Cecilia (Houston, TX)
Jenniffer (Leesburg, VA)
I enjoyed having the transcript of what was being said b/c I was able to follow it more closely. Thank you.
Lawrence (New York, NY)
I really liked the back-and-forth discussion format, which I felt was better than a dry lecture.
Russell (Norfolk, VA)
The conference table scenario made the program much more meaningful.
MICHAEL (PITTSBURGH, PA)
Excellent ethics seminar. Great speakers!
Bryan (Arlington, VA)
joseph (brooklyn, NY)
interesting and thought provoking, very good for experienced lawyers
Jeffrey (Chevy Chase, MD)
Interesting topic well covered.
Daniel (Washington, DC)
Not being a trial attorney, this was very enlightening regarding the lack of a duty owed to discovering the truth.
Ronald (Edgartown, MA)
This conversational format is so far superior to the "talking head" format of a single speaker that I strongly recommend it for future presentations. It is far more engaging a format for the viewer than the standard format EXCELLENT !
gregory (Keysville, VA)
Interesting debate. Good instruction method.
jeffrey (Irving, TX)
really like the round table format
J. W. (ROANOKE, VA)
I lioke the informal presentation. Much easier to listen to.
Harrison (Freeport, NY)
Enjoyed the format. Great presentation
Lawrence (Plainview, NY)
Very good presentation
Margaret (Spring Valley, NY)
thought-provoking and enjoyable discussion
jill (chappaqua, NY)
i really enjoyed the round table discussion as opposed to a straight lecture- all three were knowledgeable, well spoken and engaging. an hour well spent- thanks
B (Vienna, VA)
Cheryl (West Orange, NJ)
Excellect. Informative, interesting and well presented.
Karen (Dallas, TX)
Mary (Chicago, AL)
the panel format was effective
Sharon (Evanston, IL)
The transcripts made it easy to follow along with the speakers.
Steven (Indianapolis, IN)
Joel Cohen, Michael Ross, and James Benard, in this excellent panel discussion, explored the ethical dilemnas of praticing law and focused quited well on client and witness truthfulness and attorney obligations. A very thoughtful discussion.
Noreen (Oak Lawn, IL)
liked the conversation-style format
mathew (Alexandria, VA)
Excellent and insightful exploration of a difficult question. The three-party dialogue made the presentation especially interesting.
Eric (New York, NY)
Speakers were intelligent and posed good counter positions.
Robert (Rye Brook, NY)
Michael (Chicago, IL)
Interesting open discussion and debate format.
frederick (roanoke, VA)
good format, easy to stay involved
Robert (New York, NY)
One of the better and more instructive courses.
Philip (Brookline, MA)
good presentation; useful to know about New York changes.
Hugh A. (Fort Worth, TX)
Kisshia (New York, NY)
The speakers were excellent. I really liked the informal format.
Stephen A (Oak Ridge, TN)
One of the best presentantions I have seen online.
Scott (Las Vegas, NV)
I enjoyed this lecture and I really enjoyed the format. It was more relaxed in the law office environment and I liked the discussion and the interaction between the attorneys. The speakers raised some good ethical issues that required much consideration and contemplation.
Lauren (Boca Raton, FL)
By far the best program I've listened to. These professors/lawyers were a class act. This was a loose, candid, and honest dialogue -- thank you for making this available.
William (Springfield, IL)
John (Harrison, NY)
Thomas (Chappaqua, NY)
Lewis (Elmira, NY)
Spectacularly good! Wish it had gone longer.
Cynthia (Pacifica, CA)
- Effective and informative discussion. - Especially helpful regarding some of the less definitive ethical aspects.
Gary S. (New York, NY)
Interesting content presented with good treatment of the gray areas encountered in dealing with the subjects.
Tracy (Gretna, LA)
Nice mix of criminal and civil aspects.
David (Honolulu, HI)
Sue (Dundee, IL)
excellent presentation and speakers; very interesting. speakers' knowledge was exceptional.
Keith (Saint Charles, MO)
Fascinating presentation of a complex issue. Discussion format should be used in other courses.
Benjamin (Rockford, IL)
excellent discussion, best in bundle
BRADLEY (Ann Arbor, MI)
Great speakers and great setting for presentation.
Elliott (Buffalo grove, IL)
Superb discussion!!Outstanding format makes for enjoyable presentation!!!!!!!!!!!!!
cheryl (Chicago, IL)
I like the interaction among the speakers.
christine (chicago, IL)
Enjoyed the discussion format between two speakers.
Elisa (Chicago, IL)
This was a great format, with three animated presenters, because things were lively all the way through.
Cynthia (Chicago, IL)
Liked the format
JUDD (Aurora, IL)
Joseph (St. Thomas, AL)
excellent practitioner's view perspective on a common ethical issue
James (Lake Forest, IL)
Interesting and well done
Thomas (Villa Park, IL)
All speakers (3) well informed
Hugh (Chicago, IL)
Enjoyed the roundtable style and the perspectives from a criminal and civil background and application.
Kimberly (Lake Zurich, IL)
Really liked this format. It was a nice change of pace from just one lecturer.
Bob (springfield, IL)
very innovative approach and interesting topic and presntation. Interaction addedto it. v.good.
Carole (Chicago, IL)
I liked the format of this. All three speakers are clearly well-informed, knowledgable on the subject matter and experienced teachers. I liked the round table format, and found it interesting and the questions and issues provocative.
Matthew (Chicago, IL)
Liked the "roundtable discussion" format
Elizabeth (Washington, DC)
Very interesting discussion of grey areas.
Mayur (Grand Prairie, TX)
Joseph (Chicago, IL)
This was an excellent discussion. I would suggest that every attorney be required to view this material.
Zachary (Wheaton, IL)
Interesting interaction among the speakers
Sarah (White Plains, NY)
Great material, very topical for any lawyer and minimized the technical reading from statutes etc.
Tara (Chicago, IL)
Very engaging discussion . Excellent panel.
Wayne (Euless, TX)
Gerald (Geneva, IL)
bradley (greensboro, NC)
Shane (Bryan, TX)
Christopher (Saint Pete Beach, FL)
This was very interesting and very helpful. My legal education has advanced. Well done.
robert (riverwoods, IL)
Richard (Bal Harbour, FL)
informative and interesting
Erica (New York, NY)
Alo an excellent, informative and interesting group. I find the conversation mode very easy and enjoyable, and it seems to enhance the ability of the participants to move the discussion to the edges of the envelope, so to speak.
Steven (Chicago, IL)
Samuel (Wau, WI)
good, substantial discussion
William (Rolling Meadows, IL)
well done conversation
Michael (Chicago, IL)
Diann (Murphysboro, IL)
Very easy to listen to these speakers.
Robert (Memphis, TN)
Angelo (Philadelphia, PA)
Enjoyed the dialogue format. It was interesting, dynamic and very informative.
Bruce (Albany, NY)
Very good discussion; excellent format.
James (Spring Lake, NJ)
I really enjoyed the format of this program. The speakers took calm, well-reasoned positions without trying to out do or out shout each other as in some other ethics programs. Written materials very good as well.
Gilbert (New York City, NY)
Lawrence (Neponsit, NY)
John (Des Moines, IA)
The speakers are articulate and the program is well done.
Edward (Hauppauge, NY)
Excellent format. learned alot.
Mark (New York, NY)
Interesting discussion about certain ethical dilemmas faced by practioners.
Marlene (Brooklyn, NY)
This was fascinating
IAN (WASHINGTON, DC)
Michael (Voorhees, NJ)
An excellent presentation of ethical issues. I would like to see more seminars with these three individuals in a similar "discussion" format.
Susan (Forest Hills, NY)
Barbara (Forest Hills, NY)
I really thought this was great. It was informative, wonderfully presented through a lively and engaging dialogue among the speakers, probing into deep issues, all the while remaining focused on application to practice and real-world dilemnas. I hope all the courses are this good!
Alexander (New York, NY)
These speakers were excellent. kept on topic and made it interesting.
Jeffrey (Washington, DC)
Christopher (Falmouth, ME)
interesting round table on discrete subject of truth in litigation practice
Gerard (hicksville, NY)
interesting informative discussion makes important statements about ethics we should be aware of
Claudia (Newark, NJ)
I enjoyed the format of this course. The discussion between the speakers made it more enjoybale to follow along.
Eurydice (New York, NY)
Michael J. (Annandale, VA)
Thomas (Maryland, NY)
Great discussion on the tension between obligations to client and the "truth."
Vicky (Toms River, NJ)
I liked the format of this lecture.