Approved for 2 Ethics Credits
Join the Wisconsin Law Journal for an informative discussion on OLR/Ethics.
Thursday, October 18
Marcus Center for the Performing Arts
929 N. Water St., Milwaukee
- Overview of the lawyer-discipline process in Wisconsin
- What happens and best practices for interacting with the OLR, especially when it contacts you about a grievance
- Trust accounting dos and don’ts
- How are the newest rules such as electronic banking and expanded OLR discretion being applied?
- How the rules apply to lawyers without traditional clients, including corp/in-house counsel, prosectors and government attorneys
- What changes to the ethics rules might be coming
Tickets $49 – includes breakfast and networking
Halling & Cayo S.C.
She focuses her practice in the area of professional ethics and licensing, including defending lawyers in disciplinary and malpractice matters, and assisting attorneys seeking admission or reinstatement to the bar. She also works with other credentialed professionals, and represents individuals and businesses in employment and civil litigation matters.
Rosenzweig is a member of the Association of Professional Responsibility Lawyers, and serves on the State Bar of Wisconsin Professional Ethics Committee and the Milwaukee Bar Association Courts Committee. She is a frequent presenter around Wisconsin and via webcast, and writes about legal ethics for the Wisconsin Law Journal.
Loeb & Herman S.C.
Gregg Herman is a shareholder at Loeb & Herman. He is a 1974 graduate of the University of Wisconsin and 1977 graduate of the University of Wisconsin Law School.
From 1977 to 1984, Herman was an assistant district attorney for Milwaukee County, prosecuting nearly 100 jury trials ranging from white-collar crime to first degree murder. He joined Leonard Loeb in the practice of family law in October 1984.
Herman is also on the Board of Governors of the State Bar of Wisconsin and the Wisconsin Chapter of the AFCC.
In his personal life, his passions are his family, the Wisconsin Badgers and his Labrador retriever, not necessarily in that order.
University of Wisconsin Law School
A cum laude graduate of the University of Wisconsin Law School, Ben Kempinen taught at the school from 1976 until his retirement in January 2018. In addition to teaching the first-year criminal law curriculum and a number of related courses (Trial Advocacy, Professional Responsibilities, and Advanced Substantive Criminal Law), Professor Kempinen was involved in several of the Law School’s clinical programs, including serving as interim director of the Legal Defense Project; working as a supervising attorney in the Frank J. Remington Center’s Legal Assistance to Institutionalized Persons Project; and, from 1990 until his retirement, acting as director of the Remington Center’s Prosecution Project.
Kempinen has also been involved in both trial and appellate litigation in the criminal law area, has taught at the National Institute of Trial Advocacy, has participated in a variety of conferences and continuing legal education programs during the past two decades, served on the Wisconsin Supreme Court Ethics 2000 Committee, and most recently, was appointed to the State Bar Ethics Committee.
Wisconsin Law Journal
Erika Strebel has been the Wisconsin Law Journal’s staff writer for the past four years. The award-winning journalist is also a second-year law student at UW-Madison. She writes about ethics violations for the Law Journal’s monthly publication and daily website, as well as general stories about the legal community across the state.
Registration/Networking: 7:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m.
Panel Discussion/Q&A: 8:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.
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