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(*Discontinued)Professionalism in the Bar, Impartiality on the Bench:

Professionalism in the Bar, Impartiality on the Bench: Dual Imperatives in the Pursuit of Justice

The great American experiment -- a democratic republic constrained by the rule of law, and framed by a constitutional charter has entered its third century. Lawyers and judges are the guardians of this ongoing experiment. Lawyers have professional responsibilities to provide access to justice and to nurture public respect for the rule of law; judges are charged to administer justice impartially, and to uphold the rule of law even when forces inveigh against it. Our speaker, Don Burnett -- law dean, former state bar president, former state appellate judge, and co-founder of the Louis D. Brandeis Inn of Court -- will address the dual imperatives of professionalism and impartiality, and today's challenges to the enduring success of the great American experiment

Speaker: Don Burnett, Dean and Foundation Professor of Law, University of Idaho College of Law Former Dean, Louis D. Brandeis School of Law, University of Louisville (1990-2000)

The KBA allows attorneys to earn up to 6.0 hours of CLE credit per year by viewing accredited video tapes.

To request delivery or pick-up, or to arrange for additional participants at one viewing, please contact the CLE Department at 583-5314

Cost is $70/LBA Members; $140/non-members

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