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Ethical Considerations for Missouri Lawyers Practicing During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Conversation with the Chief Disciplinary Counsel & Legal Ethics Counsel

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Join the Chief Disciplinary Counsel and Legal Ethics Counsel for a conversation regarding the ethics of working remotely of for lawyers, the need for continuity of care for clients, and the Missouri Judiciary response to COVID-19 and the impact of local stay-at-home orders.


Alan D. Pratzel, Chief Disciplinary Counsel
Melinda J. Bentley, Legal Ethics Counsel


Alan Pratzel's Profile

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Office of the Chief Disciplinary Counsel

Alan Pratzel was appointed as the Chief Disciplinary Counsel by the Supreme Court of Missouri in April 2007.  In that position, Mr. Pratzel oversees the system that receives, investigates and litigates ethics complaints against lawyers in Missouri.  He began working for the attorney discipline system in 1985, serving as a Special Representative in the City of St. Louis.  Prior to becoming Chief Disciplinary Counsel, Mr. Pratzel was in private practice for 30 years in St. Louis, engaging in various types of litigation.  He is also an adjunct professor of Professional Responsibility at the University of Missouri School of Law in Columbia and at the Washington University School of Law in St. Louis.

Melinda Bentley's Profile

Melinda Bentley Related seminars and products: 5

Legal Ethics Counsel

Melinda J. Bentley serves as Legal Ethics Counsel, and she provides oral and written informal advisory opinions to attorneys on issues related to the Missouri Rules of Professional Conduct. In that position, she also serves as administrator and counsel to the Advisory Committee of the Supreme Court of Missouri. 

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