ON DEMAND: MCLE: Who’s the Client? Ethical Issues in Medical/Legal/Community Partnerships

Class recorded October 25, 2021

Medical Legal Community Partnerships (MLCPs) are legal service delivery models in which attorneys partner with health care providers to get referrals and provide representation to clients on a variety of legal issues. The models vary from virtual systems to on-site clinic-based partnerships. Each setting gives rise to different and challenging ethical considerations. In this training, MLCP lawyers will discuss those considerations, including how to maintain client confidentiality and manage conflicts of interest while meeting health provider demands and project deliverables.

Earn 1.0 hour Legal Ethics California participatory MCLE credit

After registration, a staff member will email you the course materials, an evaluation form, and your Certificate of Attendance (usually the next business day). Register first, then watch the recording to the end and answer the questions provided in the popup to verify your attendance.

Registration fee: $20.00

Presented by:

Jo Bloomfield (moderator), Directing Attorney, Mental Health Advocacy Services, Inc. (MHAS)

Tracy Douglas, Harbor-UCLA Medical Legal Partnership Attorney, Bet Tzedek Legal Services (https://www.bettzedek.org/)

Melody Osuna, Medical Legal Partnership Attorney, Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles (LAFLA)

Katrina Rayco, Staff Attorney, Neighborhood Legal Services of Los Angeles (NLSLA)

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