--- ethics - fiscal responsibility
--- course production date: 11/27/2018
--- presented by WENDY PATRICK

Finally, California joins the rest of the nation in adopting a version of the ABA Model Rules that is consistent both in terms of content and numbering.

This course will talk about several of the new rules that constitute the most significant rule changes. It will cover the expanded duty of candor, the new misconduct rule, duties concerning inadvertently transmitted writings, and the role of managerial and supervisory lawyers -- among others.

(New Rules of Professional Conduct Effective November 1)

Key course points are:

• Be introduced to the biggest changes in our California Rules of Professional Conduct.
• Become familiar with changes in the California ethics rules impacting a broader duty of candor, incorporating several new rules.
• Learn about California´s new misconduct rule for attorneys, and how it differs from the ABA Rule.
• Learn the ways in which California will still remain unique ethically in some respects from the rest of the nation.
• Acquire the latest ethical information governing vicarious ethical responsibility for managers and supervisory lawyers.

--- presented by WENDY PATRICK

Wendy L. Patrick is a career trial attorney, recognized by her peers as one of the Top Ten criminal attorneys in San Diego by the San Diego Daily Transcript, and named the Public Lawyer of the Year by the California State Bar Public Law Section. Dr. Patrick has completed over 160 trials ranging from hate crimes, to domestic violence, to first-degree murder.

In her current assignment in the Special Operations Division she handles cases involving sensitive issues including threat assessment. She is the immediate past President of the Association of Threat Assessment Professionals (ATAP) San Diego Chapter, and an ATAP Certified Threat Manager. In her previous assignment in the Sex Crimes and Human Trafficking Division, Dr. Patrick prosecuted sexually violent predators, human traffickers, stalkers, rapists, and child molesters. She has served as Co-Chair of the statewide California District Attorneys Association Sexual Violent Predators Committee and Human Trafficking Committee.

Dr. Patrick speaks to community groups, law enforcement organizations, and a wide variety of legal and educational institutions both nationally and internationally about threat assessment, cutting edge investigation and use of social media, the methodology of sexual predators and stalkers, and how to increase public awareness and protect the community. Her PhD thesis focused on the psychology of attraction as used by criminals and manipulators in society, and how to spot the red flags.

Dr. Patrick has lectured nationally and internationally on the topics of sexual assault, domestic violence and human trafficking. She has taught human trafficking within the United States, as well as in Hong Kong, South Korea, and South Africa. She frequently teaches sexual assault prevention for the Army, having presented programs domestically as well as in Wiesbaden, Germany.

She has been involved with the San Diego Domestic Violence Council, the San Diego Child Protection Team, and the Sexual Assault Response Team, from whom she received the SART Response with a Heart Award based on her significant contribution to the professional field of sexual assault prosecution. She also lectures frequently on topics involving the safe use of social media, cyber-crime, and threat assessment.

Dr. Patrick received her PhD from the University of Wales Trinity Saint David and her Master of Divinity degree summa cum laude from Bethel Seminary San Diego where she was awarded the Excellence in Preaching Award and the Zondervan Biblical Languages Award. She received her law degree from California Western School of Law, and her Bachelor’s degree in psychology with honors from the University of California Los Angeles.