SCBA Free CLE
1.0 Ethics Credit
Staying Out of Trouble - 5 Essential Principles from the RPCs
When: Monday, 09/11/2017 - 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Location: Skagit Valley Food Co-op, Room 309, 202 S. First St., Mount Vernon, WA
The RPCs are designed to keep lawyers out of trouble, not get them into trouble. Bellingham attorney Philip Buri will cover 5 essential principles from the RPCs, including: Client Confidences; Conflicts; Candor; Advising vs Assisting; and the Need for Self-Care.
PLEASE REGISTER TO ATTEND
This CLE is free. SCBA members will receive 1.0 WSBA Ethics credit.
Non-members are welcome to attend but will not receive credit.
You are welcome to bring your lunch. Water and fruit provided.
Philip Buri founded Buri Funston Mumford, PLLC, in Bellingham, Washington. He practices appellate and civil litigation, land use, and advises homeowner and community associations. He has been lead counsel in over 135 appeals in the three divisions of the Court of Appeals, the Washington Supreme Court, and the Ninth Circuit. He also serves as a pro tem judge in the Lummi Nation tribal courts.
Philip is a founding member and past President of the Washington Appellate Lawyers Association. He recently completed a three-year term as Governor for the Second Congressional District on the Washington State Bar Association Board of Governors.
Philip graduated from Princeton University (1983) and Harvard Law School (1987), and was a law clerk to United States District Court Judge Barbara Rothstein (1987-89) and Washington Supreme Court Justice Richard P. Guy (1993-95). From 1989 to 1993, Philip was a trial attorney with the Antitrust Division, United States Department of Justice.
Outside the Courtroom, Philip spends considerable time skiing with his children, Abraham, Elena, and Isabel. Sometimes they wait for him.
Hope to see you there!
SCBA CLE Committee