This course explains the attorneys ethical obligations to clients, including management of IOLTA Accounts, attorney/client confidentiality, and a review of the Rules of Professional Responsibility.


The Columbus Bar Association (CBA) and Columbus Bar Interpreting Services are pleased to offer online continuing education programs for Court Interpreters and other Non-Attorneys working in the legal profession. These programs provide introductions to the vocabulary and other essentials of specific practice areas, and are an excellent primer for legal support staff interested in branching out into unfamiliar areas of law.

Each program consists of a video lecture or discussion of a particular practice area. Materials provided by speakers may be downloaded for each session.

The CBA online courses with the “CIE” designation have been approved for Continuing Interpreter Education credits by the Supreme Court of Ohio Language Services Program.

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