About the Seminar
The South Carolina Bar and the South Carolina Association of Ethics Counsel are pleased to present the Fifth Annual Everything You Need to Know about Ethics seminar. This powerful program features six exhilarating hours of “everything ethics”. Featuring a distinguished faculty, this annual program covers the hottest topics with an emphasis on scholarship and practical application. Topics for this year's edition include ethical technology traps for the unwary, our annual update from the ethics advisory and professional responsibility committees, how to navigate the “hidden rules” of professional responsibility, online advertising traps, a UPL update, insights on the role of the Commission on Lawyer Conduct, our annual ethics roundup, rules that bite when you least expect it, and the new world of ethics for real estate practitioners.

Keep your law license where it belongs - on your wall! Register today for this important program!

Seminar Agenda
Welcome and Opening Remarks

Desa A. Ballard - Ballard & Watson, Attorneys at Law
Highlights from the Technology and Law Seminar: What Lawyers Need to Know About Technology
Sarah M. Montgomery - US Department of Justice
Highlights from the Technology and Law Seminar: Why Do I have to Understand This Stuff?
Dr. Gregory B. Adams - USC School of Law
Annual Update from Ethics Advisory and Professional Responsibility Committees
Stephanie N. Weissenstein - McDonnell & Associates, P.A.
The Hidden Rules of Professional Conduct
Harvey M. Watson III - Ballard & Watson, Attorneys at Law
The Commission is Not Disciplinary Counsel
Chris Isgett, Chairman, Commission on Lawyer Conduct - Lee Eadon Isgett & Popwell
Annual Ethics Roundup
Desa Ballard - Ballard & Watson, Attorneys at Law
What Happened in St. George? The New World of Real Estate Practice
William O. Higgins - Adams and Reese, LLP
Rules That Bite When You Least Expect It
Steedley Bogan - Bogan Law Firm
Online Advertising With Google Ad Words
Nekki Shutt - Callison Tighe & Robinson, LLC
Unauthorized Practice of Law in South Carolina Brought Up To Date
Susan Lipscomb - Lipscomb Law Firm, P.A.

This seminar qualifies for 6.0 MCLE credit hours, including up to 6.0 LEPR credit hours

This seminar is Basic Level.

Note: When submitting your compliance reports to the SC Commission on CLE and Specialization, please use this course code if you completed the program in 2018: 181715ADO

Note: When submitting your compliance reports to the SC Commission on CLE and Specialization, please use this course code if you completed the program in 2019: 191079ADO