Ethical Challenges In Military Justice | Widener Law Commonwealth

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Attorney Jonathan Crisp ‘98 presented multiple applications of the “ Competence Rule” (Rule 1.1) and the impact that technology has on the practice of law in both the civil and military contexts. Topics included maintaining technical competence in the practice of law, and the rules surrounding e-mail and many aspects of social media.

Jonathan Crisp is the founder and owner of Crisp and Associates, LLC, a law practice specializing in criminal defense in state, federal and military courts worldwide. Mr. Crisp is a former active duty U.S. Army Judge Advocate and currently holds the rank of Lieutenant Colonel in the Pennsylvania Army National Guard Judge Advocate General Corps. He presently holds the billet of Regional Defense Counsel for the Northeast Region of the National Guard Trial Defense Service in the National Guard.

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