How Bad Do You Want to be Good? Legal Ethics Updates 1 - ACCESS MCLE

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How Bad Do You Want to be Good? Legal Ethics Updates 1

600.00

Legal and Judicial Ethics

1 Credit Unit

(FMR.) JUDGE MARJORIE T. UYENGCO-NOLASCO

How Bad Do You Want to Be Good? Legal Ethics Updates 1

Upholding the ethical standards in practicing the noble profession
CATEGORY

Legal and Judicial Ethics

CREDIT UNIT

1

DURATION

60:00

LAUNCH DATE

April 2021

ABOUT THE COURSE

This course will discuss the updates in legal ethics including some of the selected 2020 cases. The course will also walk you through the importance of upholding the ethical standards in practicing the noble profession. Being an officer of the court, you are expected to maintain the highest standard of professionalism—which is sad to say, not always the case.

The sample cases covered for the first course of this three-part series will hopefully convey the importance why it is badly needed for lawyers to be good.

Specifically, this course will:

  • Explain the Code of Professional Responsibility and the Four-Fold duties of a lawyer
  • Analyze the narrative of cases covered concerning ethics
  • Discuss the Supreme Court ruling in selected 2020 cases

Course Status

AVAILABLE NOW

Course price

₱443

when you avail the Full Compliance (36 Units) bundle

₱600

Regular price for 1 credit unit course

COURSE PREVIEW

Module 1: Commencement in the Construction Industry Arbitration Commission

Module 2: Next Step after Commencement of Arbitration

Module 3: Next Step after the Appointment of Arbitrators

Module 4: Next Step after the Terms of Reference

Module 5: Timetable for the Rendition of the Arbitral Award

Module 6: Incidents after the Rendition of Arbitral Award

LECTURER

(Fmr.) Judge Marjorie T. Uyengco-Nolasco

Managing Partner, Nolasco and Associates Law Offices

Judge Nolasco finished both her Pre-law course and Bachelor of Laws degree from the University of the Philippines.

After passing the 1998 Bar Examinations, she engaged in private practice, first, as an associate lawyer in a law firm, and then as Managing Partner at the Nolasco and Uyengco Law Offices, which she co-founded with her husband in 2000.

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