Stand Up CLE – How Not to be a Lawyer

Author
Mark Wooster
Date
January 14, 2015
Category
Legal Ethics
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Description:

We all know that CLE programs are boring and a chore to watch. But we’re breaking the rules – a CLE program that’s intentionally funny and (gasp) entertaining, yet somehow still informative. Actor, writer, producer and recovering lawyer, Mark Wooster, presents a humorous take on what lawyers should not do in the service of their clients. Using clips from a highly-popular television show and recent feature film, Mark will illustrate the ethics rules that apply to lawyers who can’t seem to behave themselves like ethical human beings much less ethical lawyers. Reserve your seat today and we’ll waive the two-drink minimum!

Speaker:

Mark Wooster, Actor, Writer and Producer, Former Senior Vice President, Corporate Legal Affairs & Litigation, Universal Pictures, Los Angeles, CA

Mark started his legal career at KattenMuchinRosenman LLP where he represented several television and motion picture studios and industry talent in litigation and transactional entertainment matters. He then went in-house with Universal Pictures where he worked for over ten years, ultimately as Senior Vice President, Corporate Legal Affairs & Litigation, reporting to the General Counsel of Universal Pictures, where he was responsible for all litigation matters affecting Universal Pictures. Today, Mark enjoys pursuing the creative side of entertainment, including writing and production, with occasional forays into stand-up comedy and acting. He graduated magna cum laude from Harvard Law School.

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