Learn by Doing Ethics, Part 1: Computers and the Cardinal Court

Published by Washington State Association for Justice


Summary

Learn-by-Doing Ethics (Part 1)

COMPUTERS AND THE CARDINAL COURT
Chairpersons: Mark Johnson & Virginia DeCosta
Recorded Wednesday, December 17, 2014, Seattle
Morning Program – 3.0 Ethics Credits
WSBA Activity ID: #382869

8:50 am – 9:00 am- Introduction to the program

Mark Johnson of Johnson Flora PLLC

Virginia DeCosta, DeCosta Law Firm

9:00 am- 10:30 am-CAUTION: ELECTRICAL HAZARD – The Exploding Ethics and Malpractice Risk Exposures of Social Media, the Internet and Cloud Computing.

Mark Johnson of Johnson Flora PLLC

10:30 am – 10:45 am- Break

10:45am- 12:15 pm-LIVE FROM THE TEMPLE OF JUSTICE TO YOU - Supreme Court Justices Debra Stephens, Steve Gonzalez, Sheryl Gordon McCloud and Mary Yu provide their seasoned and reasoned opinions and insights into one hypothetical for each of the 8 titles of the Rules of Professional Conduct.

Moderated by Mark Johnson.

Presenters
Mark A. Johnson
No bio currently available
Virginia L. DeCosta
Virginia was born and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii. Before moving to Washington in 1986, she graduated from Chaminade University cum laude. In 1989 she graduated from Seattle University School of Law (formerly the University of Puget Sound School of...More
Hon. Debra L. Stephens
Justice Debra L. Stephens has been a member of the Washington State Supreme Court since January 1, 2008. She previously served as a judge on Division Three of the Court of Appeals. Before taking the bench, her legal work focused on appellate...More
Hon. Mary I. Yu
Appointed by Governor Jay Inslee on May 1, 2014, Justice Yu joined the Supreme Court after more than 14 years as an accomplished trial court judge in King County Superior Court where she presided over a wide variety of criminal, civil, and juvenile...More
Hon. Sheryl Gordon McCloud
ustice Gordon McCloud brings a strong background in appellate experience to the Washington Supreme Court. She has handled hundreds of cases before this Court and other appellate courts, including the Ninth Circuit and the U.S. Supreme Court.Her...More
Hon. Steven Charles Gonzales
Steve González was appointed to the Washington State Supreme Court effective January 1, 2012, and subsequently won a contested race for a six-year term. Before joining the Supreme Court, Justice González served for ten years as a trial judge on the...More

Originally Published

December 17, 2014


Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

  • Learn by Doing Ethics, Part 1: Computers and the Cardinal Court Part 1 - Video
  • Learn by Doing Ethics, Part 1: Computers and the Cardinal Court Part 2 - Video
  • Learn by Doing Ethics, Part 1: Computers and the Cardinal Court Part 1- Audio
  • Learn by Doing Ethics, Part 1: Computers and the Cardinal Court Part 2 - Audio
  • Learn by Doing Ethics, Part 1: Computers and the Cardinal Court - Paper

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