General Practice & Trial Law | Ancient Foundations and Modern Equivalents | Feb 13

Ancient Foundations and Modern Equivalents VI

Feb. 13 | The Michael C. Carlos Museum | Offering 3 CLE Hours (3/1/1/0)

Join us for the Ancient Foundations and Modern Equivalents seminar [ www.gabar.org ] to be held on Thursday, February 13, at The Michael C. Carlos Museum at Emory University.

Look forward to professionalism insights from an examination of the legal profession’s beginnings in antiquity, insights into ancient privacy and security innovations, tips to arising from evolving cybersecurity risks and more.

Attorneys in attendance will receive 3 CLE hours, including 1 ethics hour and 1 professionalism hour.

Program topics will include:

– Introduction to the Collections of Emory’s Michael C. Carlos Museum and the “Lawyer-Scribes” of the Ancient Near East

– “Cylinder-Security”: Thoughts on the Legal Profession, Privacy and Security in Ancient Egypt, Israel and Mesopotamia

– Worry More: Risk Management and Insurance for Data and Operational Exposures

– Data Privacy, Cybersecurity and the Rules of Professional Conduct: Digital Ethics for Modern Lawyers

During lunch there will be a viewing of Cylinder Seals and Cuneiform Legal Tablets among the Michael C. Carlos Museum Collections.

Begin registration here [ www.gabar.org ] !