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AUDIO WEBCAST - Ethics of Representing the Elderly (1 legal ethics credit)

April 21, 2017

Location: OBA AUDIO WEBCAST - any where with a computer or phone

This event has a fee

NOTE: In order to obtain credit for this Audio Webcast it MUST be listened to on 4/21/2017 starting at 12 (noon), because this program is being held at that date and time, the credit is considered unlimited (live) credit by OBA/MCLE.

You have two ways of listening to the Audio Webcast;

  1. Over your computer – this method is the most recommended and will contain random checkpoints. In order to submit credit for this program, you must confirm your presence at the checkpoints. If you do not meet the checkpoint requirement you may not receive credit for the live program. At the end of the program you will need to click on the “Credit Submission Tab” to go to your credit profile and begin the credit submission process. Please remember to submit credit on the day of the event.
  2. Dialing into the conference at 877-309-0175. Please note, if you dial in to hear the audio webcast, once your attendance has been confirmed, which may take a few days, credit will be submitted on your behalf by the Oklahoma Bar Association. You will not be able to submit credit on your own through your credit profile. You will receive a notification email with a link to your certificate once your credit has been submitted.

CLE CREDIT: This Audio Webcast has been approved by the Oklahoma Bar Association Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Commission for 1 hour of mandatory CLE credit, including 1 hour of ethics.

TUITION: Registration for the Audio Webcast is $85.

NOTE: This program is NOT approved for Texas credit. The Texas Bar will not permit members to submit online programs for Texas credit.

Audio Webcast Description:

Attorneys representing elderly clients have many special ethical challenges. Foremost is the question of competency to make major decisions. There are also issues related to identifying your client, confidentiality issues when the client relies on family members or other caregivers, preserving the attorney-client privilege, and issues related to the discovery of financial or physical exploitation. This program will cover these and other important ethical issues when attorneys represent the elderly.

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