New Website Offers Bar Members Free Professionalism Resources
The Florida Bar Young Lawyers Division and the Henry Latimer Center for Professionalism announce the debut of Decorum.Law — a library of free resources to help lawyers maintain the highest ideals of professionalism at every stage of their career.
The website offers a range of materials and courses designed for different groups and levels of expertise, including students, lawyers seeking CLE credits, and law professors and deans seeking to comprehend and uphold ethics and professionalism within the practice of law. The resources challenge users to understand and apply the Rules Regulating The Florida Bar.
The new collection of resources at Decorum.Law came to fruition through a grant by the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida. The grant awarded by the court was a result of the Engle tobacco litigation to the YLD to increase professionalism programming.
Law school deans and professors may access exclusive instructor resources and course materials, which may be added to class curricula and supplement teaching materials. These resources provide real-world insight into the responsibility legal practitioners hold when interpreting the law and serving as legal counsel.
Law students can use the resources to learn more about the legal profession and how to uphold ethical and professional standards when facing any challenge.
All materials at Decorum.Law are available now, free of charge.