Ethics Jeopardy
On Demand

Ethics Jeopardy


MCLE Credits: 1 including 1.00 MCLE, 1.00 Ethics

Average Rating:
  4.5   (8 comments)
Category:
Ethics |  Law Practice Management & Technology
Speaker:
Hon. Maricela Moore |  Kate Morris |  Hon. Tonya Parker |  Robert Tobey
Format:
Audio and Video
Product Type:
On Demand
License:
Access for 30 day(s) after purchase.


Description

Participants are challenged to apply Legal Ethics and Professional Responsibility standards to a series of professional situations through the framework of Jeopardy. Sponsored by the DBA's Legal Ethics Committee. 

Speaker

Hon. Maricela Moore Related seminars and products: 1

162nd District Court


Judge Moore has served as the Presiding Judge of the 162nd District Court since January 2017. Prior to her judicial service, Judge Moore practiced commercial litigation with an emphasis on trade secret, breach of contract, and employment litigation. Judge Moore practiced at Cowles & Thompson, Baker & McKenzie, Farrow-Gillespie and Heath, and she had her own law practice. She is Board Certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in labor and employment law. Judge Moore also served as the President of the Dallas Hispanic Bar Association, Dallas Hispanic Law Foundation, MABA-Texas, and served as a Director on the Dallas Bar Association Board of Directors. In addition to her leadership in the legal community, Judge Moore currently serves as the Vice-Chair of the CHRISTUS Health System Board of Directors. Judge Moore is a graduate of Boston College and the George Washington University Law Center.


Kate Morris Related seminars and products: 3

Strasburger & Price, LLP


Kate Morris is a privacy and technology lawyer at Strasburger & Price. She is co-chair of Strasburger’s Privacy, Data and Cybersecurity practice, and is a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/US) through the International Association of Privacy Professionals.
Kate also serves as a Director on the Dallas Bar Association Board of Directors and a Director-At-Large on the Dallas Women Lawyers Association Board of Directors

 


Hon. Tonya Parker Related seminars and products: 1

116th District Court


Judge Parker was elected in 2010.  Prior taking the bench she was a trial attorney and litigator for more than a decade in complex commercial and tort litigation cases, where she prosecuted and defended matters on behalf of individuals and corporations.


Judge Parker is an active member of several local bar associations and community groups. She is committed to increasing civility and professionalism in the bar, as well as meaningful mentorship opportunities for law students and young lawyers.

 


Robert Tobey Related seminars and products: 3

Johnston Tobey Baruch


Robert is Board Certified in Consumer and Commercial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. More than any other specialization, this one requires a broad knowledge of civil law.

A 1980 graduate of the University of Texas School of Law, Robert began his undergraduate work at Southern Methodist University and earned a degree in economics at the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania. He was associated with two Dallas law firms before joining Randy Johnston in a litigation practice in 1987. Perhaps Robert’s best recommendation is the testimonial he received from a client who was defrauded by an investment company until Robert made it right.

 


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Overall:     4.5

Total Reviews: 25

Comments

Marilyn B - Duncanville, Texas

"Very interesting way of presenting an often dry subject. "

Amy D - EULESS,

"I like the idea of this format as it makes you think to answer the question before being given the answer."

Joseph M E - Dallas, Texas

"Too bad the electronic tally failed."

Elise H - Dallas, TX

"Outstanding content presented in an effective way with clear explanation of the rules and gray areas."

Cathy C - Grand Prairie, Texas

"Nothing more"

Robert B - Addison, Texas

"excellent presentation"

Thomas M - ,

"great way to present ethics"

Margaret C - Dallas, Texas

"The questions/answers were very informative and interesting, but the technical difficulties were tedious when watching online."

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