Guthrie Theater CLE
2.0 Ethics CLE • $200 Tuition
2.0 Ethics, Video Replay of The Guthrie Theater’s Con Men, Charlatans and Conspirators: Will Attorneys Soon See Their Own “Madoff”? $200.
Chris Carlson, Esq., President of NarrativePros
Bud Krough, Former Deputy Counsel to President Richard Nixon
Professor Carol Swanson, Hamline University School of Law
Kelly Wilson, Psy.D., L.P.; President of PsyBar
This course explores the circumstances and motivation of the full range of unethical and uncivil conduct. Specifically, the course examines the impact external forces have on professional behavior and whether the existing system will sufficiently deter the scale of unethical behavior shaking our society.
The Guthrie tackles this topic by focusing on readings of the play Faith Healer as well as actual transcripts from trials, depositions, and other real life events.
The performances will spark a colorful debate from a moderated panel. Covering a range of disciplines, the panel will approach the issue from legal, ethical and psychological perspectives. One of the panelists is Egil “Bud” Krogh, a lawyer who became famous as an official of the Richard Nixon administration, and who was imprisoned for his role in the Pentagon Papers break-in and events that eventually led up to Watergate.
This course has been previously accredited in multiple jurisdictions. We are adding more jurisdictions every day. If you are interested in us accrediting in your state let us know and we will get on it.
The moderated webcast of this course has been accredited multiple times–jurisdictions such as Minnesota require resubmission of paperwork for all moderated webcasts each time they are held, so these credits are considered “applied for credits”.
If you are from the state of Minnesota please be reminded of the reporting policies:
The Minnesota State Board of Continuing Legal Education approves courses for credit and is the office to which you must report your credits. You may obtain an Affidavit of Compliance form by contacting them at 651-297-7100 or visiting the Minnesota State Board of CLE website.
ShowCourse keeps a record of the moderated webinars you have registered for, but does not report credits to the State Board.
Remember, you must report your credits to the Minnesota State Board of Continuing Legal Education.
Any questions relating to your attorney license requirements should be directed to the State Board of Continuing Legal Education. Visit the State Board’s frequently asked questions for more information.