Date & Time
Thursday, Apr 15, 2021 12:30 PM - 2:30 PM
School of Law
About This Event
The Clarke Family Prize in Legal Ethics CLE is an annual Continuing Legal Education event focusing on the topic of professional responsibility. The Clarke Prize program itself originates in the Harvey and Harriet Clarke Fund for Professionalism and Ethics. Harvey Clarke was a well-respected jurist, and the Clarke family was deeply involved in the Spokane, Washington community. Consistent with the Clarke family’s values, the Clarke fund was endowed in 1980 to support Gonzaga Law’s commitment to promoting legal ethics for both law students and lawyers.
Regulatory Reform as a Means to Increase Access to Justice
April 15, 2021 | 12:30 – 2:30 PM PST
This event has been approved for 2 ethic credits in Washington State. For attendees needing credit in other states, a certificate of attendance will be sent to you after the event.
(Subject to change)
The problem: an overview of the justice gap: Justice Himonas
How we got here: a history of legal services regulation and the unauthorized practice of law: Professor Rigertas
Solutions: exploring innovative legal services and regulatory response to increase access to justice: Justice Stephens
Regulatory objective and the role of bar associations: Dean Perlman