The Twenty-First Century Lawyer’s Evolving Ethical Duty of Competence

Lawyers’ ethical duty of technological competence continues to evolve. How do lawyers satisfy their ethical obligations? How do lawyers improve their efficacy with technology? How do lawyers who are already good with technology differentiate themselves? Casey Flaherty will discuss the evolving ethical duty of technological competence, as well as share the concepts and mechanics behind the Legal Technology Assessment he developed. Legal professionals uncomfortable with technology will come away from the program with an understanding about how to drive incremental improvement. Legal professionals who have already embraced technology will learn about how to communicate those advantages to sophisticated clients.

This CLE is available online until December 29, 2017.

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D. Casey Flaherty is a consultant and former in-house counsel where he oversaw dealer-related legal matters and e-discovery. Casey is the creator of the Legal Technology Audit, which tests proficiency on basic software within a standard legal workflow. Casey consults, writes, and speaks regularly on law department operations, process improvement, legal technology, spend management, and metrics.

CLE Credits:

1.0 Ethics CLE Credit approved | Event Code: 214400

MSBA Members:  $29.95
Non-MSBA Members:  $64.95



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