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David A. Lewis Law PLLC
A New York City Area Legal Ethics Law Firm

Bringing Ethics to Life

TrainingThere's no need for legal ethics to be relegated to a back shelf of dry and inaccessible academic theory. Manhattan ethics attorney David Lewis brings his engaging speaking style to law firms and businesses across the country, providing educational seminars with energy and humor.

Customizable Programs for Targeted Business Needs

David is a business partner who can help fulfill the strategic training needs of firms, customizing programs as needed to provide targeted educational opportunities. Some of the seminars he has delivered in the past include:

  • Technology and Risk Management for Law Firms
  • Legal Ethics for Litigators
  • Risk Management: What Every In-House Counsel Needs to Know
  • Litigation Financing
  • Ethical Pitfalls for Young Lawyers
  • Legal Ethics for Law Firm Administrators
  • Legal Ethics and Pro Bono Representations
  • Litigation Conduct Issues Associated With "Overly" Zealous Advocacy
  • Process and Procedure: Implementing New Law Firm Initiatives
  • The Ethics of International Practice
  • Ethical Considerations in the Use of Social Media

While David A. Lewis Law PLLC is located in New York City, David travels across the country to present these and other customized seminars. His programs address not just the ethical nuances of running a law firm, but can also touch on business and customer service training for law firms, including an emphasis on interpersonal skills and effective communication techniques.

Call to Discuss Your Training Needs

David works with clients to create educational programs for a variety of legal ethics needs. To discuss your practice and how one of his seminars might benefit your business, contact David online using this query form, or call 212-951-1819 to schedule an initial consultation at his New York office.

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