A Man for All Seasons – And a Lawyer’s Search for Integrity

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SPEAKER – Professor Randy Lee

Integrity is as closely associated with lawyers as butter is associated with bread.  In fact, the term “integrity” has appeared with the term “lawyer” or “attorney” in nearly 9000 judicial opinions, and a Google search combining these terms yield over a half-million hits.  Yet, for all the rhetoric about lawyers and integrity, the demands of integrity in a lawyer’s everyday life can be elusive to pin down and harder still to live out.  In this program, lawyers are invited to consider with Professor Randy Lee how integrity manifests itself in a lawyer’s life.  Join Professor Lee as he reflects on real life lawyer experiences through the lens of Robert Bolt’s classic play,  “A Man for All Season,” a play about the struggle between lawyer Thomas More and his king, Henry VIII.

CLE Credit Hours:

  • Ethics: 1

ALL NCBA Members are free.

Registration is required and may be completed online at the Northampton County Bar Association Website:  https://norcobar.org/continuing-legal-ed/lunch-lectures/

Materials, Online CLE Attendance Form and login information will be emailed to you the morning of the program.

To register for this program, send an email to patti@norcobar.org to indicate you plan to attend this CLE course