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Kevin Mohr

Kevin Mohr

Professor Mohr is an authority on legal ethics and professional responsibility. He is a former Chair and Special Advisor to the State Bar of California’s Committee on Professional Responsibility and Conduct and is currently the Consultant to the State Bar of California’s Special Commission for the Revision of the California Rules of Professional Conduct. He is also a member of the Los Angeles County Bar Association’s Professional Responsibility and Ethics Committee and the Peter M. Elliott Inn of Court.
After practicing transactional law in Wisconsin, Professor Mohr clerked for the late United States District Judge John S. Rhoades of San Diego. Following his clerkship, Professor Mohr practiced intellectual property law in Los Angeles. He has been teaching law at Western State College of Law for over twenty years. He is a former Chair and Special Advisor to the State Bar’s Committee on Professional Responsibility and Conduct and was also Chair of the State Bar’s Task Force on AB1101, which was responsible for drafting Rule of Professional Conduct 3-100, which provides for a narrow exception to the lawyer’s duty of confidentiality when disclosure is necessary to prevent a crime likely to result in death or substantial bodily harm. He is current the Consultant to the State Bar of California’s Special Commission for the Revision of the California Rules of Professional Conduct and is also a member of the Los Angeles County Bar Association’s Professional Responsibility and Ethics Committee. He is a past President, and currently is a Master of the Peter M. Elliott Inn of Court. Professor Mohr was Articles Editor for the Yale International Law Journal Evidence Practice.

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August 26, 2019

ABA Annual Meeting 2019: The Taskforce on Access Through Innovation of Legal Services (ATILS)

Unauthorized practice of law, sharing of legal fees, and more— the ATILS taskforce is rethinking our approach to these big issues in the practice of law.