$30 for MBA members | $50 non-members
This program will help lawyers meet their legal responsibilities as mandatory reporters, while maintaining their ethical obligations to clients. Sarra Yamin of the Oregon State Bar will present this dynamic and practical discussion on:
• Recognizing elder and child abuse;
• Complying with mandatory reporting requirements; and
• Protecting confidentiality.
Sarra is an Assistant General Counsel and Client Assistance Office Attorney at the Oregon State Bar. In that role she addresses ethics complaints about attorneys and responds to calls from lawyers on the bar’s Ethics Helpline. Prior to her work at the bar she was an Assistant Attorney General in Washington State representing the Department of Social and Health Services in juvenile dependency cases.
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