The Fine Line Between Legitimate Support Activities and the Unauthorized Practice of Law
We look forward to having E James Wilder, Assistant Regulation Counsel for the Colorado Supreme Court Office of Attorney Regulation on Tuesday, May 8th as we talk about what constitutes the unauthorized practice of law in Colorado. We will also discuss what methods the Colorado Supreme Court uses to regulate it.
E. James Wilder is Assistant Regulation Counsel for the Colorado Supreme Court Office of Attorney Regulation. Mr. Wilder works in the intake division where he investigates allegations of lawyer misconduct pursuant to the Colorado Rules of Professional Conduct and handles investigations of the unauthorized practice of law. Mr. Wilder graduated from the University of Denver College of Law in 1997. Prior to joining the OARC in 2014, Mr. Wilder clerked for the Honorable Edward A. Simons of the Denver District Court and was an associate at two medium-sized law firms before opening his own practice in 2005 focusing on real estate litigation where he worked until joining the OARC.
Brown Bag 2018
Who: You & your co-workers!
(Advocates, shelter staff, program and executive directors, volunteers…the list goes on!)
What: Expert perspectives on various advocacy issues.
When: From 12pm-1pm on the second Tuesday of each month
Where: From the comfort of your own office!
We hope you’ll join us!
For more information, please contact Shannon Day