Save the Date: Klemchuk LLP 15th Annual Ethics CLE

The Klemchuk LLP 15th Annual Ethics CLE will be held on May 3, 2019, in Dallas, TX. This year’s event is being held at Topgolf, and offers attendees 90-minutes of Ethics CLE credit. Plus food, beverage, and golf!

Bill Cornelius, attorney at Wilson, Robertson & Cornelius, P.C. and a mediator in Tyler, Texas, will speak on the “Ethics Rules and Collegiality in the Legal Profession,” which explores the balancing of the ethical guidelines regarding zealous representation with a lawyer’s ethical duty to the tribunal and obligations to the profession, including opposing counsel and parties.

Mark Divine of Unbeatable Mind, and Darin Klemchuk, managing partner of Klemchuk LLP, will speak about “Making Ethical Decisions in Tough Situations: Views from a Retired Navy SEAL Commander.”

Please view the Ethics CLE event page for all the details, and kindly RSVP by April 24, 2019.

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