Lying and the Law: Case Studies for Lawyers Facing Discipline for engaging in Dishonest Conduct


Lying and the Law: Case Studies for Lawyers Facing Discipline for engaging in Dishonest Conduct

Start 12/13/2023 - 9:00 AM
End 12/13/2023 - 11:00 AM


Please note that your Zoom link will be titled ‘December 2023 Bridge the Gap: Killing it in Court (including individual sessions).’ You can use this link to attend this particular session of the Bridge the Gap program at its scheduled time.

Using a review of the ethics rules as well as case studies of lawyers facing discipline for engaging in dishonest conduct, understand the appropriate conduct for litigators from pre-trial motions to conducting depositions, selecting a jury, proper conduct in court … and MORE!

Not only will you gain an understanding of what not to do, but you will also gain a new appreciation for acting in a professional manner.



Joel Oster, Litigator in private practice and Comedian of Law.


2.5 NY Credits: 2.5 Ethics; Transitional and Non-transitional; 2 NJ Credits: 2 Ethics



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