|2021 Rules Vote Forums: Proposed Disciplinary Rule Amendments
Register Now: 1 hour of free MCLE ethics credit
Texas lawyers have been called upon to exercise their right of self-governance by voting on proposed amendments to the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct and Texas Rules of Disciplinary Procedure. Voting will take place from February 2 to March 4, 2021, by paper and electronic ballot.
Each event will include a one-hour CLE presentation* on the proposed disciplinary rule amendments (approved for one hour of MCLE ethics credit) featuring members of the Committee on Disciplinary Rules and Referenda, followed by a live forum where attendees can ask questions and provide comments regarding the proposed amendments.
The panel presentation will be moderated by State Bar of Texas Podcast host Rocky Dhir and will feature the following speakers:
Lewis Kinard, Chair of the Committee on Disciplinary Rules and Referenda, or CDRR
Amy Bresnen, CDRR Member
Claude Ducloux, CDRR Member
Vincent R. Johnson, CDRR Member
Brad Johnson, CDRR Staff Attorney
Registration is free and open now. Register early to ensure you have a spot. When registering, you will have a chance to designate any topics you would like to address during the public forum portion of the event.
If you can’t make it to a live event, a recorded version will be available on demand. Go to texasbar.com/rulesvote to learn more.
For more information about the 2021 Rules Vote, including to view clean and redlined copies of the proposed amendments as well as a summary of the proposed amendments, go to texasbar.com/rulesvote.
Contact email@example.com with questions.
*This course has been approved for Minimum Continuing Legal Education credit by the State Bar of Texas Committee on MCLE in the amount of one credit hour, of which one credit hour will apply to legal ethics/professional responsibility credit. The same presentation will be given for MCLE credit at the beginning of each event, and the January 5 recording will be available on demand for MCLE ethics credit at texasbarcle.com. Alternatively, a total of one hour of self-study ethics credit can be claimed if the presentation is viewed directly from the Rules Vote page. Go to texasbar.com/rulesvote for more information.
|For more information go to https://texasbar.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_KZPXQvvuQ8WEse3ljwwMnw|
|State Bar of Texas can be reached at (800) 204-2222.|