Booth Harrington & Johns of NC PLLC
A. Frank Johns, CELA, Fellow

239 N Edgeworth St
Greensboro, NC 27401-2217

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2022 Clifton Kruse Ethics Lecture: Perceptions Of LawThis year’s Clifton Kruse Ethics Presentation is a dramatic guided tour of the perceptions of law as shown in the plays of William Shakespeare. Through Shakespeare’s lens, come “see” how ethical and professional conduct can (and will) improve those perceptions. More importantly, you will leave this session reminded of the noble calling that the law can be.
NAELA and Kindred Spirits: It’s Historical and PersonalBefore its beginning, it was inevitable that ­NAELA would be a different kind of legal entity; as it took shape, it was obvious that NAELA would be grounded in intuitive, personal, and family relationships that became characterized as kindred spirits; as it moves into the next generation, it is imperative that NAELA return to its beginnings and embrace anew its kindred spirits.
NAELA Aspirational Standard E — ConfidentialityThis article on NAELA’s 2017 Aspirational Standard E, Confidentiality, begins with a summary of ABA Model Rule of Professional Conduct 1.6, Confidentiality of Information, as its foundation, followed by a brief comparison of the first NAELA Confidentiality Aspirational Standard (Standard C), published in 2005, and the revised Standard (Standard E), published in 2017.
Advocating for Students with Special Needs (2018-Annual)There are numerous programs and services available in the public schools for children with special needs. This session explains several ways to advocate for these critical programs and services to maximize the educational opportunities for special needs children.
Should You, Not Can You? The Ethics of Profiting From Ancillary ServicesPresented as the 2016 edition of the Annual Clifton Kruse Memorial Ethic Lecture series

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Professional Biography
A. Frank Johns was the first North Carolina attorney to earn an LLM, masters in law in Elder Law from Stetson University College of Law (2008), and currently serves on its faculty as an adjunct professor of law. Johns is a leader of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, having served on its Board (1992-2002), as President (1999-2000), Charter Chair of the Carolinas Chapter (1993), Charter Chair of the reorganized North Carolina Chapter (2011), Publications Chair (2010-2012), Editor in Chief of the NAELA Journal (2008-2010) and Steering Committee Chair (2006-2007) and current member of NAELA-CAP (Council of Advanced Practitioners).

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