No matter what type of law you practice, it is important to treat your clients with empathy. All clients, whether business owners, entrepreneurs, crime victims, those who have endured trauma or anyone in between, want to be informed and treated with kindness during a litigation process they never wanted to endure in the first place. Learn best practices for representing your clients with empathy, understanding and free from any implicit bias.
Our speaker is Nicole Gorovsky, Esq. Nicole is an attorney at Jenkins and Kling representing businesses in litigation. Her practice focuses on complex business and commercial litigation. From 2001 until 2011, Nicole served in various government roles, including serving as an Assistant Attorney General and an Assistant Prosecuting Attorney for the State of Missouri and serving as a Federal Prosecutor doing complex criminal litigation and appeals. From 2011 until recently, her private practice focused on complex civil litigation, including representing victims of sexual assault, bullying and other crimes. She has extensive trial and appellate practice experience.
This virtual program qualifies for 1.2 MO Bar Diversity/Equity/Implicit Bias CLE Credits.