Lawyer Advertising: What’s the Real Message? 

CLE Credits: 1.5 Hours Substantive | 0.5 Hours Ethics

Date: Thursday, August 15, 2024
Time: 10:00 a.m.–Noon
Location: Virtual  
Cost: $45 per person

This online event will discuss the ethical implications and the pervasive impacts of legal advertising on civil litigation. Each year in Pennsylvania millions of dollars are spent on billboards, television, radio, and electronic ads touting the ability to “get rich” through litigation. These ads plant false and preconceived notions of “justice” in the minds of claimants and prospective jurors, which they take into the courtroom. What can be done? How can defense attorneys counter this onslaught of advertising to help their clients overcome these tactics? Join us on August 15 and find out! 


Lisa Bellino, Esq., VP, Claims Judicial & Legislative Affairs, Zurich North America  

Megan Martin, Esq., Vice President and General Counsel, Pennsylvania Chamber of Business and Industry  

Rachelle Mortimer, Esq., Director of Legislative Affairs, U.S. Chamber Institute for Legal Reform

PCCJR now offers online payment for our courses. After registering, simply complete your payment securely through our AFFINIPAY link. Be sure to add the name(s) of the attendee(s) in the Reference field.

If you would rather mail a check, you can do so by mailing to: 

Pennsylvania Coalition for Civil Justice Reform
PO Box 653
Harrisburg, PA 17108

A link to the program will be sent closer to the event.