Grievance and Malpractice Prevention

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1.25 CLE Credits1 hour, 14 minutes

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Grievance and Malpractice Prevention offers expert advice on avoiding common ethical problems from Charles Herring, Jr., one of the foremost authorities on legal ethics in Texas and the author of Texas Legal Malpractice and Lawyer Discipline.  This course is an extended version of the popular Ethics section of The Justice James A. Baker Guide to Ethics and Professionalism in Texas.

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