The Future of Ethics for In-House Counsel: Going Boldly Where No Model Rules Has Gone Before

The jobs of in-house counsel have become more global and fluid, but ethics laws — on privilege, right to practice, and even technology — often still read like they come from dusty books left over from the 19th Century. Focusing, in part, on the recent work of the American Bar Association’s Ethics 20/20 Commission, this panel will discuss what in-house counsel need ethics rules to address, to allow them to practice law in ways that are as fluid, global and technologically savvy as their companies.


Keith Sellen, Director of the Office of Lawyer Regulation, Wisconsin Supreme Court
Moira Moran, Associate General Counsel and Director, Robert W. Baird & Co.
Francis Deisinger, Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren
Evan Schultz, Senior Counsel and Director of Advocacy, Association of Corporate Counsel