At virtually every CLE you have attended since you were sworn in to practice law, you have heard the oft repeated phrase, "Ethics is what you must do and professionalism is what you should do." This is a great platitude. But what is "professionalism"? How do we know whether we are being "professional" or not? This CLE, taught by solo practitioner Ron Daniels, focuses on the history of professionalism, the history of professionalism in the Georgia Bar, and examples of situations where a lawyer is facing a choices involving professionalism.
Ron Daniels fiercely and proudly represent Georgians in cases involving credit card, student loan, and medical debt.
From an early age, he knew it was his mission to be of service to people. He was always involved in good works as he was growing up in Rhine, Georgia.
Ron Daniels received his law degree at the Walter F. George School of Law at Mercer University in Macon, Georgia, where he learned to be tenacious litigator.
His passion for helping others led him to start Daniels Law LLC. While running his own practice, he can focus on working for clients who need him the most. He works tirelessly for his clients, going above and beyond to make sure that they are taken care of.
Mr. Daniels' presentation was thorough and on the mark. He obviously has passion for the subject and the presentation is highly recommended.
I liked the illustrative examples of unethical v. unprofessional. The more of those, the better, really. Thank you for a useful and accessible course!
I really liked Mr. Daniels' pragmatic, common-sense approach to this subject.
Mr. Daniels presented well and the materials were solid.
This was a dry topic, but he was informative and engaging.
Should be required for all GA attorneys.
Great course and presentation.
Informative and entertaining.
One of the more helpful CLE I have taken recently.
Good course... well presented.
although this was an audio-only program, it was very worthwhile- the instructor was engaging and obviously well-qualified to teach the subject. I imagine a video presentation would be even more worthwhile