Mandatory Elder and Child Abuse Reporting CLE
Nik Chourey, Oregon State Bar, will present this vital and practical discussion.
◊ Recognizing elder and child abuse
◊ Mandatory reporting requirements and updates
◊ Protecting privilege and confidentiality under the Oregon Rules of Professional Conduct
◊ The most current information concerning the pandemic and the increased importance of our reporting duties
OWLS Members $10.00
Nik Chourey is Deputy General Counsel of the Oregon State Bar (OSB) and represents the OSB in non-disciplinary litigation. He provides legal advice to the OSB in matters of bar governance, regulation of lawyers, employment, policy development, and public records and meetings law. He provides ethics advice to all OSB members in writing and by phone, and writes and speaks on ethics and mandatory abuse reporting issues for Continuing Legal Education programs and OSB publications. Before his current role with the OSB, he was a bar prosecutor, assigned to attorney discipline matters. His private practice as a trial attorney in civil litigation began in 2008. Since that time, he has tried multiple cases to jury verdicts and defended clients in courts throughout Oregon.
1.0 CLE Credit Hours will be applied for
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