Professionalism in the Law - 2019:

Instructor: John E. Keefe, Jr., Esq.; Wade R. Martin, B.S.; Henry Rinder, CPA, ABV, CFF, CFE, CGMA;
Location: Cumberland County Court House; Gloucester County Court House; Salem County Court House
PACLE: 2.0
NJCLE: 2.4
CPE: 2.0
Time: 2:00 PM
Date: October 17, 2019

When an attorney becomes seriously ill, disabled, or worse yet dies, his/her practice is obviously disrupted.  Unless some form of plan is in place ahead of time before such a disaster strikes, the attorney’s clients, family, associates, and partners end up in the middle of a chaotic mess.  Deadlines could be missed which, in turn, could lead to malpractice actions and ethics complaints being filed.  The scenario doesn’t have to play out that way.


This seminar is designed for you to help yourself, your partners, and your family when illness or tragedy strikes. The program will focus on the ethical need for every attorney to have a succession plan in place to avoid disruptions in his/her practice and prevent interferences with service to clients.