So How ‘Bout We All Zoom, Zoom, Zooma, Zoom?:
Ethical and Best Practices for a Virtual Practice
a Professional Practice Program presentation
Credits: 1.0 EP
The pandemic of 2020 forced a dramatic shift in the means by which many lawyers practice law, including a move to more “virtual” practices. Many speculate that after the pandemic is over, lawyers will continue to rely on a virtual practice for some or a majority of their work. This course will discuss the ethical issues and best practices attorneys should follow when practicing virtually, including a discussion of technology issues, physical workspace issues, the proper etiquette for video hearings and trials, staff supervision, client confidences, and the risk of the unauthorized practice of law.
Presented by William (Bill) Slease, Esq., Professional Practice Program Director, State Bar of New Mexico