Fall 2022 Session
Lessons Learned and Second Chances
Friday, December 16, 2022
8:30 to 11 a.m.
When an attorney is disciplined, one might imagine, the professional consequences can be severe. But disciplinary action can be a lesson-learning opportunity as well, creating second chances to overcome past improprieties and providing insights into warning signs to help avoid future pitfalls.
What is the history of the development of attorney discipline in Pennsylvania?
What is the role of the Disciplinary Board of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania?
What happens to an attorney facing disciplinary action in Pennsylvania?
What are the avenues to rehabilitation open to such attorneys?
Please join our faculty – longtime local attorneys William F. Caye II, Casey P. Mullen and Joe Otte – as they address these and related questions pertaining to legal ethics in Pennsylvania.
Continuing Education Credit
The Ethics for Breakfast series is approved by the Pennsylvania CLE Board for 2 hours of Ethics CLE credit. Programs may be eligible for other professional continuing education credit as noted.