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Ethical and Effective Interviewing Methods from the Experts of Elder Law (2013)

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Drawing from actual interviewing methods collected from the "experts" in elder law, this presentation will combine video scenarios and interactive polling to learn ethical and effective interviewing methods when dealing with diminished capacity clients. Presented by Professor Roberta K. Flowers and Professor Rebecca C. Morgan, CAP., Stetson College of Law
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Ethical Issues In Elder Law (2009)

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Session from November 2009 Public Benefits and Guardianship Institute. Difficult professional ethical issues arise frequently in providing legal services to elderly clients, especially regarding capacity, identifying the client in the context of a family network, conflicts of interest, and confidentiality. Using a series of thought-provoking written vignettes, session examines key ethical issues in Elder Law. The NAELA Aspirational Ethical Standards is also introduced. Presented by Charles Sabatino. 1 hour.
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Ethical Issues of Communicating with Non-Clients: Red Flags and Best Practices (2013)

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To help a client, we sometimes need to communicate with family and friends. This session explores the ethical challenges of communicating with non-clients to help our clients. Presented by Mary Helen McNeal, Professor and Director, Elder Law Clinic; Kimberly E. O'Leary, Professor and Director, Sixty Plus, Inc. Elder Law Clinic.
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Ethical Issues of Elder Law (AELR 2018)

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Ethical issues can appear suddenly like a Chicago snow storm. This session will address how to navigate the ethical "snow storms" of an elder law practice with the help of NAELA's Aspirational Standards, a cornerstone of NAELA membership.
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Ethically Preventing Malpractice in Elder Law Practice (2011

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From the National Aging & Law Institute. Elder Law attorneys can face claims from disgruntled family members and other heirs just like other attorneys doing estate and life planning. A panel discusses how Elder Law attorneys can maintain their loyalty to their clients, continue to practice in an ethical manner and still protect themselves. Approx. 75 mins. Presented by Robert Anderson, CELA, CAP; Connie Bauswell, Esq. and David Grossbaum, Esq. Moderated by Stuart D. Zimring, Esq., CAP.
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Ethics and Social Media (2013)

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This interactive session will examine the ethical and practical issues faced by attorneys in the digital age, including Internet and social media, the use of cell phones to communicate with clients, and the risks associated with the use of new technology in the practice of law. Presented by Prof. Roberta K. Flowers, JD, Stetson University College of Law; and Shirley Berger Whitenack, Esq., CAP.
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Ethics In Context: Special Needs Planning (2010)

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Presented by Stephen Dale, Session from Special Needs Law Summit February 2010, Joan L. Robert and Kristi Vetri. 1 hour 15 minutes. What issues confront the practitioner who has a practice that includes special needs planning? Discussions concern ethical issues that arise frequently in a special needs planning context, and how Model Rules provide guidance for professional ethical conduct.
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Ethics of Assessing Capacity (ESSENTIALS PRACTICUM 2016)

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Discusses how to recognize the unique ethical issues that arise when dealing with clients with diminished capacity; identifies the different functional capacities required by law; demonstrates questioning skills to determine legal capacity new ways to maximize capacity. Presented by Edwin M. Boyer and Prof. Roberta K. Flowers
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Ethics of Fiduciary Representation (2012)

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This interactive session looks at the ethical issues an attorney encounters when representing a fiduciary. Also covers issues such as who is the client, confidentiality, conflicts of interest and focuses on Special Needs Trusts as well as other types of fiduciary relationships. The presenters use the audience response system and multiple choice questions to engage the audience in a dynamic discussion of the issues. Presented by Prof. Roberta K. Flowers, JD, Stetson Unversity College of Law; and Shirley Berger Whitenack, CAP as part of the National Aging and Law Institute.
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$129.00

Ethics Of Gifting (2009)

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Session from April 2009 Annual Conference in Washington, D.C. Explores the ethical ptfalls and traps of significant gifting in a post-DRA planning environment. Presented by Jennifer Vanderveen. 1 hour 13 minutes.
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