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William L. Adler, Esquire began practicing law with his father and grandfather in 1983, primarily in the fields of estate administration, estate planning and real estate. He has served on a number of director boards, including that of the Jewish Home of Greater Harrisburg, Neighborhood Dispute Settlement (a volunteer mediation organization) and the Dauphin County Bar Association as chair of the solo committee and the Estate Planning and Probate Section. He started lecturing on retirement planning for attorneys beginning around 2013 for the Dauphin County Bar Association and the Pennsylvania Bar Institute.
Paul Cockeram is am a professor of rhetoric, literature, and creative writing with an extensive background in existentialist philosophy. He has a Bachelor’s degree in English and Theatre Arts, a Master’s in English from Iowa State University, and a Masters of Fine Arts in Creative Writing from the University of Idaho. He lives and works in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania with my wife, the writer Jennifer Hirt.
Robert H. Davis, Jr, Esq. now slowly retiring from active practice, is in the solo private practice of law in Harrisburg, PA. His practice focuses upon representation and advice to lawyer respondents, judicial officers, government employees and officers and others in Pennsylvania and West Virginia before professional and judicial discipline boards and the State Ethics Commission. He counsels law firms, lawyers, judges, government officials and employees and other professionals on questions of professional responsibility, ethics, malpractice avoidance and the law of lawyering. He also provides advisory opinions and serves as an expert witness on questions of professional responsibility, ethics, fiduciary duties of lawyers and other professionals and the law of lawyering. Since opening his office for private practice, Mr. Davis has taught numerous classes and seminars on legal ethics and professionalism and malpractice avoidance for the Widener University Law School, the Pennsylvania Bar Institute, Pennsylvania Bar Association and a number of other state and private continuing education organizations. He has provided written materials for most of the classes he has taught and has written articles for publication on ethics and professional responsibility topics.
Mr. Davis is an adjunct professor at the Widener University- Commonwealth School of Law in Harrisburg, teaching professional responsibility and an advanced ethics problems seminar. He is the 2004 recipient of the Adjunct Faculty Distinguished Service Award from Widener. He currently serves as Co-Vice-chair of the Pa Bar Association Committee on Ethics and Professional Responsibility.
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