CLE Movie Webcast
Movie Webcast


GENERAL PRACTICE
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Ben Franklin on Ethics

1.2 MCLE hours
Does not quailfy for Ethics credit


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Search others for their virtues.
Search thy self for thy vices.


Even in Ben Franklin’s time, the public held cynical views about lawyers. How can one be a better practitioner and help negate some of the lingering negative attitudes toward today’s lawyers? In this engaging and informative program, Ben Franklin (who worked with more lawyers than most modern day practitioners) challenges today’s lawyers to expand their own notion of ethics much as he, himself, did during his own life. Portrayed by Christopher Lowell, internationally acclaimed actor, historian, and Franklin scholar, Ben discusses the ethical issues he confronted and challenges attendees to put ethical considerations at the heart of legal practice. Franklin speaks of the importance of ethical practices and the spirit of Pro Bono Publico as the underpinnings of a virtuous life. Topics include Ethics in Documentation, Ethics and Relationships, Ethics and Fees, Ethics and Loyalty and the importance of Humility and Honesty.

A live chat room discussion with a Moderator is available throughout the program.

Featuring Christopher Lowell



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What is a Webcast?
Just like a live seminar, you attend a webcast at a scheduled time, only you do it via a web page on your computer. The webcast will include video and audio, slides, and seminar handout materials – all on your computer!

Webcast Course Material:
Online versions of the course materials are included in the registration fee and will be available as PDFs for viewing, downloading or printing during and after the webcast.

How To Register:
Registration for this movie webcasts is only available online and by using a credit card. Click the REGISTER NOW button on this page. Registrations by mail, fax or phone will not be accepted.
If you need assistance with registration for this movie webcast, please contact the Periaktos Help Desk at 1-800-747-1719.

Claiming MCLE Credit:

Webcasts count toward your annual MCLE requirement of 15 hours.


Special Accommodations: If you need special accommodations addressed by the Americans with Disabilities Act, please contact Becky Brenneke at 573-638-2237 at least two weeks prior to the seminar date.