Learn by Doing Ethics, Part 2: Compensation & Conflicts

Published by Washington State Association for Justice


Learn-by-Doing Ethics (Part 2)

Chairpersons: Mark Johnson & Virginia DeCosta
Recorded Wednesday, December 17, 2014, Seattle
3.0 Ethics Credits – WSBA Activity ID: #382870

Mark A. Johnson
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Hon. Paris K. Kallas
Paris K. Kallas is a panelist at Judicial Dispute Resolution, where she is a mediator, arbitrator, and special master. The matters she handles include personal injury, employment, asbestos, maritime, insurance coverage, and real property, business...More
Catherine W. Smith
Catherine W. Smith is a principal of Smith Goodfriend, P.S., where her practice is limited to civil appeals and appeal-related matters in Washington state and federal courts.
Catherine is a founding member of the Washington Appellate Lawyers...More

Joanna S. Abelson
Joanne S. Abelson is a Managing Disciplinary Counsel with WSBA’s Office of Disciplinary Counsel. She received her B.A. from Brown University, M.A. in Psychology from the University of Michigan, and J.D. from Stanford Law School. After clerking for...More
Amanda E. Lee
Amanda Lee represents people in serious criminal matters in federal and state court. Her clients range from Fortune 500 executives, doctors, and lawyers targeted in federal white-collar crime investigations to individuals investigated and charged in...More
John A. Strait, Ph.D.
John A. Strait, Associate Professor of Law, Seattle University School of Law. Professor Strait is a graduate of Yale Law School. He maintains a private practice representing lawyers and judges in disciplinary proceedings. He also appears as a...More
Dayna Ellen Underhill
Dayna E. Underhill is a partner in Holland & Knight, LLP’s Portland office. Licensed in Oregon and Washington, Dayna's practice focuses on legal ethics and risk management for law firms, lawyers and corporate in-house counsel. She represents and...More
Malaika M. Eaton
Malaika Eaton’s practice includes all aspects of civil litigation. Before joining McNaul Ebel in 2008, Ms. Eaton was a senior associate at Heller Ehrman LLP. She also served as a law clerk for the Honorable Thomas G. Nelson of the U.S. Court of...More

Originally Published

December 17, 2014

Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

  • Learn by Doing Ethics, Part 2: Compensation & Conflicts Part 1- Video
  • Learn by Doing Ethics, Part 2: Compensation & Conflicts Part 2- Video
  • Learn by Doing Ethics, Part 2: Compensation & Conflicts - Paper
  • Learn by Doing Ethics, Part 2: Compensation & Conflicts Part 1- Audio
  • Learn by Doing Ethics, Part 2: Compensation & Conflicts Part 2- Audio

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