Objectivity: First, Third and Fifth (In-person or Live Webinar)
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2/3/2020
When: 02/03/2020
12:00 - 1:00 PM
Where: In-person (ISBA Building) or Live Webinar
625 E. Court Ave.
Des Moines, Iowa  50309
United States
Contact: Christy Cronin
515-697-7874


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Lawyers must be able to objectively evaluate the facts and law to competently and diligently advise their clients. That is, objectivity necessarily precedes effective advocacy. Behavioral science research supports the premise that human cognition creates systematic and predictable errors in human judgment that impede our ability to objectively evaluate.

This presentation will identify some of the cognitive pitfalls that prevent lawyers from objectively evaluating their clients’ cases and provide tips for overcoming those pitfalls.

SPEAKER
Lisa Reel Schmidt, Assistant Attorney General, Office of the Attorney General of Iowa

Lisa Reel Schmidt is an Assistant Attorney General with the Iowa Attorney General’s office and represents the Iowa Medicaid Enterprise (IME). She works with IME’s Program Integrity Unit, which is the division assigned to investigating fraud, waste, abuse and implementing administrative recoveries and sanctions.

CLE CREDIT (approved)
1 state hour which includes 1 ethics hour

REGISTRATION FEES
ISBA Members - $35
ISBA YLD Members (Years 1-5) - $20
Non-ISBA Members - $55
Law Students - Free

ATTENDANCE PREFERENCE
Please select attendance preference (in-person or live webinar) when registering for this event. In-person attendance will take place at the ISBA Building (625 E. Court Ave., Des Moines, IA 50309).

MATERIALS
Any materials related to this event, as well as joining instructions, will be sent via e-mail prior to the event. Please include an e-mail address when registering for this event. ISBA members, please make sure we have your most up-to-date e-mail address.

Sponsored by The Iowa State Bar Association Diversity and Inclusiveness Committee