Down but Not Out: The Duty of Zealous Advocacy

Live date: 
Thursday, August 19, 2010 - 12:00pm
"Down but Not Out: The Duty of Zealous Advocacy" was presented by attorney Macon Clark at the 2010 Parent Attorney Conference. In this session, Mr. Clark discusses the roles and responsibilities of parent attorneys during termination of parental rights proceedings. His presentation includes a discussion of frequently encountered ethical issues, including obligations and options when a client is absent during critical phases of litigation. Mr. Clark uses the Revised Rules of Professional Conduct, case law, and statutes as framework.
Macon Clark, Partner, Clark & Clark, P.A., Lenoir, NC
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0.75 hours
CLE Value:
0.75 hrs
0.75 hrs

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Down but Not Out: The Duty of Zealous Advocacy: Exercise in Futility ... Or an Opportunity to Preserve a Family?
Macon Clark
August, 2010

Presentation slides accompanying the online module Down but Not Out: The Duty of Zealous Advocacy

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