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Professionalism in the 21st Century: A Call to Duty

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  • This program: Overviews the changes underway Discusses the nature of our duty as practitioners Argues the practical importance of how we as members of the profession are duty-bound to respond

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  • This program: Overviews the changes underway Discusses the nature of our duty as practitioners Argues the practical importance of how we as members of the profession are duty-bound to respond

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Price

$79 for Association Member
$99 for Non-Member

75 minutes
Date Published

May 28, 2020

Publisher

Louisiana Association for Justice

Subjects

Professionalism

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Summary

The practice of law will not escape the broad societal and economic changes now underway in what is referred to as the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Discussions of legal professionalism often focus on the duty for individual civility. Yet, we find ourselves now in a time where both the practice itself and the civil justice system face the forces of change from all sides.

Regardless of our place in the profession, litigation or transaction, plaintiff or defense, buyer or seller, we should see the change that is occurring. Then we ask, do we, as a charge on our membership in this profession, owe a duty to be cognizant of changes already underway, and, most importantly, answer threats faced by the civil justice system?

As practitioners in the 21st Century, the resounding answer must be yes, we owe such a duty. 

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Presenters

Rudie R. Soileau

Rudie R. Soileau, Jr. is a partner at the law firm of Lundy, Lundy, Soileau & South. He is an esteemed litigator with over 30... Read More

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Professionalism in the 21st Century: A Call to Duty
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