Legal Ethics in Supervising Paralegals... (LIVE WEBCAST)

Legal Ethics in Supervising Paralegals... (LIVE WEBCAST)
REGISTRATION IS OPEN! Speaker: Professor Susan Jaworowski, Kapiolani Community College
Legal Ethics in Supervising Paralegals and Non-Attorney Staff and Law Office Management
(Live Webcast)



Date and Time:
 
Tuesday, November 30, 2021, 12:00pm to 1:00pm

Location: 
This livestream webinar will be available through your HSBA CLE Classroom for HSBA Members (TO VERIFY YOUR SYSTEM COMPATIBILITY CLICK HERE)
If you are a Non-HSBA member or Law Student HSBA Bar Card Member, you will receive instructions on how to the livestream webinar..
          


Credit:
 This seminar qualifies for 1 CLE Ethics Credit.

Price:

$40 HSBA Member (LIVE WEBCAST)
$50 Non-HSBA Member (LIVE WEBCAST)*
Law Student HSBA Bar Card Member Free (LIVE WEBCAST)**

Cost includes the LIVE webcast ONLY which will run from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm HST. 

Same day registrants are welcome, but please register at least one hour before the webcast.

Cancellation/Refunds: 
Cancellation requests must be received by Tuesday, November 23, 2021 for a full refund. There will be no refunds if you miss the live webcast. 

Please check your system requirements early to avoid missing the program. Availability of HSBA Staff assistance will be limited on the day of the program.    


Summary:

A lawyer’s ethical duties are so important that law schools require a professional responsibility course before a law student can graduate, and there is a legal ethics section on the Hawaii bar exam. But what kind of professional responsibility training - if any - does your legal staff receive? As a lawyer, you frequently must supervise non-attorney staff, and the Hawaii Rules of Professional Conduct place upon you the duty to ensure the ethical conduct of your staff.  One of the purposes of this webinar is to help you to understand your role and responsibilities under HRPC 5.3 and how to address them, with a particular emphasis on your paralegal staff. Paralegals can perform multiple tasks and projects under the supervision of a licensed attorney. Paralegals can also assist in managing the law office and in recognizing and preventing ethics violations. 

The other purpose of the webinar is to show you how your paralegal staff can help you in meeting a number of your own ethical obligations under the HRPC, including HRPC 1.2, 1.4, and 1.15. 

Join Professor Susan Jaworowski, director of the only ABA-approved Paralegal program in Hawaii, to learn about your obligations under the HRPC to your staff, and also to find out how paralegals can help you to meet your own obligations under the HRPC. 

Speaker:

Professor Susan Jaworowski, Kapiolani Community College
Susan clerked for the Honorable Harry Tanaka at the Intermediate Court of Appeals before joining the law firm of Hoddick, Reinwald, O'Connor, & Marrack.  In 1987, she moved to the Hawaii State Legislature, where she worked for 19 years in the Legislative Reference Bureau and the Senate Majority Research Office, including serving as the Senate Majority Attorney and the Director of the Senate Majority Research Office. She joined the faculty at Kapi'olani Community College in 2007 as the Paralegal Program Director. She earned her doctorate in Education with a specialization in educational technology from the University of Hawai'i at Manoa in 2013. 

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HSBA members paying by check or prefer to use the form: Please download this form coming soon and submit to the HSBA to register.  Form of payment must be received with registration to process. 

*Non-HSBA members:
 Please download this form coming soon and submit to the HSBA to register.  Form of payment must be received with registration to process. 

**Law Student HSBA Bar Card Members:
Please register by emailing the CLE Department at [email protected] (How to do I obtain a Law Student HSBA Bar Card?)

ADA Accommodation:  If you would like to request an accommodation, please contact us at [email protected] or call 537-1868 and ask for the HSBA CLE Department at least 2 business days before the seminar.

Notice of Videotaping: With the permission of guest speakers, the HSBA selectively webcasts and videotapes CLE seminars for attorneys not physically present in the seminar room. As an in-person attendee your voice and likeness may be included in the webcast or videotape. By attending the seminar you are authorizing the HSBA to include name, voice and likeness to the extent included in the webcast or video recording. Video recordings may be made available or purchase and viewing on the HSBA website. 

Questions? Please contact HSBA CLE Department at 537-1868 or [email protected]
When
11/30/2021

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