Dan K. Moore Program in Ethics: Ethical Issues for Corporate and In-House Attorneys
Friday, November 12, 2021
9:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Cost: $99 | Virtual CLE
This four-hour online CLE will feature experienced practitioners, thought leaders, and scholars discussing the ethical issues attorneys face on behalf of their corporate clients. This is an exclusive opportunity to learn from and discuss with private practice and in-house attorneys important ethical issues. This program is open to the public to register.
Program sessions include:
- Return to Work (or Not or only Some?)
- Cryptocurrency—What Is It and Why Should I Care? Ethical Issues Related to Cryptocurrency
- An optional lunchtime breakout group to network and ask questions
The 2021 Dan K. Moore Program will be held entirely online. Information regarding how to access the webinar and materials will be sent prior to the start.
This program is dedicated to the exemplary legacy of professional ethics left to us by the distinguished life and work of Dan K. Moore, former governor of North Carolina and 1929 graduate of the UNC School of Law.
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Course Credit for Attorneys
The UNC Office of Continuing Legal Education has been approved for 4.0 credit hours in Ethics/Professional Responsibility from the North Carolina State Bar. The Office of Continuing Legal Education will report credit to the North Carolina State Bar after the program on behalf of attendees.
CLE Credit in Other States
A certificate of attendance will be emailed upon request within 30 days of the program. Out-of-state MCLE filing and payment of any fees are the responsibility of the attendee.