Kevin Mohr to Participate in Educational Programs on Updated California Rules of Professional Conduct

Professor Kevin Mohr has participated or will participate in eight separate educational programs designed to update members of the California Bar on the extensive changes to the California Rules of Professional Conduct for lawyers that became effective on November 1, 2018. The programs’ sponsors include the State Bar of California, the Los Angeles County Bar Association, the Orange County Bar Association, the Consumer Attorneys of California, the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel, and The Rutter Group publishing house.

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Kevin Mohr Appointed to Task Force on Access Through Innovation of Legal Services

Professor Kevin Mohr has been appointed to the State Bar of California’s Task Force on Access Through Innovation of Legal Services. The Task Force is charged with identifying possible regulatory changes to enhance the delivery of, and access to, legal services through the use of technology, including artificial intelligence and the delivery of legal services online. Professor Mohr recently completed work on a multi-year State Bar project as a consultant to and member of the Rules Revision Commission, which resulted in the first comprehensive changes in nearly 30 years to California’s Rules of Professional Conduct for lawyers. The work of the Access to Justice Task Force is scheduled to last until December 2019.

Kevin Mohr Participates on State Bar Panel to Revise Rules of Professional Conduct

Professor Kevin Mohr participated on a panel at the State Bar of California Ethics Symposium in San Diego on April 25 that discussed the current project to revise the California Rules of Professional Conduct, which are the principal source of lawyer regulation in California. Professor Mohr serves as the Reporter for the current Rules Revision Commission that has been tasked with reviewing and revising the Rules. It is a position he also held with the previous Commission.