The RSMD legal ethics podcast, Legal Ethics Now & Next is happening! First episode is below. For now you can listen using this ultra-minimalist player, or if that doesn’t work, you can go here. We’ll be distributing the podcast to various streaming services soon, and we’ll be doing some more cool things with it in the future!
This podcast will be a forum for discussing the past, present, and future of legal ethics. We’ll touch on new trends as well as tips that’ll help you be at the forefront of our ever-changing field.
In this first episode, we touch on a topic featured on our blog in 2019: how the Illinois Supreme Court’s analysis in the watershed case of In Re Karavidas, 2013 IL 115767 can help lawyers innovate in their practices. In this podcast, we’ll look at that topic from a 2022 vantage point – keeping in mind the many changes in legal regulation in just the last few years.
Hope you enjoy, and please stay tuned!
Since I haven’t quite figured out how to do “show notes” yet, here’s the second document in addition to Karavidas that I referred to in the episode: the CBA/CBF Task Force on the Sustainable Practice of Law & Innovation Task Force Report (September 28, 2020).
Intro/outro theme: “My World and the Real Heart,” The Mild Oaths, Re-la-tor LP (Mr. Apollo Records)
Break 1: “A Melancholy Business,” The Occluded, The Viper Of Milan LP (Thin Glass Recordings)
Break 2: “101 Wonders,” J.J. Roland and the Absolute Rules, “Lookin’ Good, Senator” cassingle (Preference for Legends)
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