Attorney Ethics and Automated Technology

Advances in technology allow more and more legal work to be automated. While automated systems can drastically improve efficiency in a law practice, it’s important for lawyers to understand their obligations under the disciplinary rules of professional conduct when it comes to automating legal tasks.

Opportunities for Legal Aid and Serving Houston’s Homeless

Leslie E. Schweinle Ginzel, Program Director for Beacon Law, will be speaking to our group about her public interest work with Beacon Law, formerly the Cathedral Justice Project.  Through her work with this organization, Ms. Ginzel has worked to benefit the Houston homeless population by helping them attain their housing and employment goals using a legal model unique to Houston.

Maintaining Client Confidentiality in the Digital Era

In the years since the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct were enacted in 1990, the world has seen use of cell phones and the internet become common place, but our rules have not been updated to consider these new technologies. Join us Wednesday, November 18 at Campioni Restaurant at 5:30pm for our last CLE of the year.