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Law Bulletin Seminars presented an in-depth review of the Illinois Rules of Professional Conduct on November 17th at the Hilton Chicago.  Nearly 400 attorneys were in the audience to hear commentary from the ARDC, the Illinois Supreme Court Commission on Professionalism, legal ethics scholars, and top Chicagoland practitioners.

Program Topics and Faculty:

An Overview of Changes to the Rules
Brigid Kennedy, Williams Montgomery & John
Jerry Larkin, Illinois ARDC
Jayne Reardon, IL Supreme Court Commission on Professionalism

Forming the Attorney-Client Relationship; Retainer Fees
Mary Foster, Northwestern University Law School
Philip Fowler, Gloor Law Group

Conflicts of Interest; Transactions with the Client
Mary Robinson, former IARDC Administrator
Stephanie Stewart-Page, Gloor Law Group


Conference attendees earned 3 hours PMCLE (ethics).

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