Due to the nature of the legal profession, an attorney’s goals acting with integrity while zealously working for the interests of a client can become very complex and nuanced. This course will discuss a number of very common ethical dilemmas that attorneys routinely face, many of which are exclusive to the legal profession. Using the Model Rules of Professional Responsibility, various cases, and scholarly articles as discussion points, this course surveys and discusses frequent ethical issues relevant to lawyers. As comparative law sharpens one’s knowledge and gives perspective about how to deal with intricate questions, this course also incorporates the traditional Jewish legal approach to these ethical dilemmas.

This course will call into question your business theories, challenge your assumptions, and help you gain clarity on the values that matter to you.

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