How to Ethically Unbundle Your Practice (Ethics) 10 am-11 am
Hon. Robin Wynne, Associate Justice, Arkansas Supreme Court
Jordan Rogers, Program Coordinator, Arkansas Access to Justice Commission
Description: Learn about the rules of procedure and conduct that authorize unbundling in Arkansas, get pointers on how to ethically and effectively unbundle, and learn about resources available to help you unbundle your practice.
Unbundling in Real Life 11:00 am-12:00 pm
Stephanie Harris, Law to Go
Brooke Moore, MyVirtual.Lawyer
Vince Morris, Open Access Law Firm
Emily Reynolds, JurisPod
Description: Our panelists are unbundling pioneers. Their firms were some of the first in the state to offer unbundled services. Learn about the challenges and rewards of unbundling straight from those who have already done it.
Unbundling Family Law & Family Law Updates 12:00 pm-12:30 pm
Presenter: Lynn Pence, Attorney, Center for Arkansas Legal Services
Description: Get the latest family law updates and learn about special considerations when unbundling in the family law context.
Lunch 12:30 pm-1:00 pm
Lunch will be provided on-site and is included in the cost of registration.
Professional Conduct & Unbundling (Ethics) 1:00 pm-2:00 pm
Caroline Bednar, Committee on Professional Conduct
David Sachar, Arkansas Judicial Discipline and Disability Commission
Description: Get answers about the ethical considerations involved in unbundling and the practice of law in general.
Unbundling, as Seen from the Bench 2:00 pm-3:00 pm
Hon. Cathleen Compton, Circuit Judge-6th Judicial District
Hon. Alice Gray, Circuit Judge-6th Judicial District
Description: Our panelists will discuss what judges expect of attorneys with unbundled practices, with some general best practices thrown in too.