- Introduction to Workers' Compensation Ethics (8 Minutes)
- Aftermath of Harvey Levin Fraud Expose (24 Minutes)
- Social Benefits of Ethic Standards (28 Minutes)
- Ethical Standards for Workers' Comp Attorneys (30 Minutes)
- Ethical Standards for the Insurance Industry (38 Minutes)
- Ethical Standards for Claim Administrators (39 Minutes)
- Sanctions and Attorney Fees (30 Minutes)
- Ethical Standards for Employers - Part I (30 Minutes)
- Ethical Standards for Employers - Part II (25 Minutes)
- Safety in the Workplace (23 Minutes)
Lawyers in public positions constantly face the temptation of bribery
and other paths leading to corruption. This 1.75 hour course
uses personal anecdotes from public service lawyers to provide real
world examples of ethical dilemmas. It also explains stances and
strategies to deter persons and organizations from attempting to
compromise your position. Maintaining the public trust is of utmost
importance, and this class reinforces that fact.
With the rapid advancement of
technology, the legal profession has had to modernize and digitize. This
new business environment leads to new ethical dilemmas that must be
solved. This 1 hour course details a lawyer's ethical duty to be
technically competent, and how to navigate the nuances of ethics in
media and various technology.
Pop culture shapes our perceptions. This can apply to perceptions of lawyers as well. This 1 hour panel from Stanford University uses clips from Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul, about fictional lawyer Saul Goodman aka James McGill, to discuss pop culture depictions of lawyers and legal advertising.