On Thursday, October 18, the Camden County Bar Association is hosting Professionalism Day at the Hall of Justice, Courtroom 63. The presentation will be from 2-4pm and focus on “Playing Nice in the Sandbox.” There will be a panel of judges and attorneys who will present various scenarios related to ethical and professional behavior in a courtroom. One of the partners here at the Law Firm of Davis & Mendelson, Howard S. Mendelson, is on the panel.
Some of the situations that will be presented by the panel include criminal litigation, family law litigation, discovery, and depositions. The panel will be offering useful and practical demonstrations on how to handle issues that arise in the areas mentioned above in an ethical and professional manner.
The Board on Continuing Legal Education of the Supreme Court of New Jersey has approved this program for 2.4 hours of total CLE credit. All 2.4 hours approved can be applied to continuing education on ethics and professionalism. The actual amount of credit earned can wind up being less than 2.4 if the program lasts for less than two hours. There are 2.0 credits available from the PA CLE Board.
If you are interested in attending Professionalism Day on October 18, there is a registration fee of $35 for those who are not members of the Camden County Bar Association. All members of the CCBA who wish to attend can do so free of charge. Registration for the program can be done online at the CCBA website.
Professionalism is one of the cornerstone approaches for Davis & Mendelson, which is why Mr. Mendelson so graciously offered his time to participate in this panel. Our firm puts the needs of our clients above all else. Representing a client does not begin or end with the courtroom. Instead, it encompasses all facets of the law and the relationship. Our team’s goal is to maintain a high standard of excellence for all of our clients no matter the case.
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