The Dan K. Moore Program in Ethics

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October 4, 2013
The UNC Center for School Leadership Development, Chapel Hill, NC
CLE Credit: 3 PR (ethics) & 1 SA (mental health)

The Dan K. Moore Program in Ethics is a well-regarded continuing legal education program sponsored annually by the UNC School of Law. This important program is dedicated to the exemplary legacy of professional ethics left to us by the distinguished life and work of Dan K. Moore, the esteemed former governor of North Carolina and a 1929 graduate of the UNC School of Law.

This year's program, entitled The Changing Model of Legal Service Delivery in the “New Normal,” will include:

  • 4 hours of continuing legal education credit (including 3 hours of professional responsibility credit and 1 hour of substance abuse credit)
  • Discussion of the changing demographics of law firms and the implications for training new attorneys
  • Examination of expectations of in-house counsel regarding training of their own lawyers and expectations regarding lawyers from firms representing the organization
  • Exploration of new methods of legal services delivery, including the pricing and service structure
  • Learn more about Pangea3, the leading legal process outsourcer from its Managing Director
  • Hear from Dr. Barbara L. Fredrickson, Kenan Distinguished Professor of Psychology, and author of Positivity and Love 2.0 on how to reduce stress and enjoy life more
  • Review professional responsibility issues commonly faced by business lawyers
UNC School of Law | Van Hecke-Wettach Hall | 160 Ridge Road, CB #3380 | Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3380 | 919.962.5106


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