New from the people who brought us “Ethics Rock!”Love and legal ethics – a match made in heaven? Well, when challenging legal ethics problems are presented to the music of some of the greatest love songs in pop music and rock history, only the hardest of hearts won’t skip a beat. In this entirely new and original musical legal ethics seminar presented by legal ethicist Jack Marshall and singer/musician Mike Messer, the most current and perplexing legal ethics issues arising out of our turbulent times will be examined and analyzed in an interactive CLE seminar like no other. 2021 is a frightening time to be a lawyer, and a challenging time to be an ethical lawyer, but there’s nothing like a love song to soothe the pain
The entirely new program has been created and will be facilitated by Jack Marshall, who presents lively and interactive ethics programs for bar associations, law firms, Fortune 500 companies, and non-profit organizations across the country. Jack once again joins forces with the talented Mike Messer, who has been performing nationally and internationally for 14 years. Mike is the lead singer for The Dirty Sock Funtime Band (dirtysockfuntimeband.com), a rock band for kids. He was lead singer on the British Rock Symphony tour alongside music legend Billy Preston, and starred in Hair on its 30th anniversary European tour, eventually bringing those songs of peace to Beirut, Lebanon. He’s been featured on “Sesame Street,” and in a great number of plays off-Broadway and regionally.
Come dance the morning away and sing at the top of your lungs, plus take part in the lively, interactive discussion about ethical dilemmas for lawyers. Enjoy one of NJICLE’s most popular end of summer programs and ethically rock with us.
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