Frank Lamothe was recently one of the presenters at a “Civility Matters” program at the Tulane University School of Law.
As members and representatives of The Foundation of the American Board of Trial Advocates, local attorneys presented the “Civility Matters” program in an effort to promote the first specific purpose in ABOTA’s constitution:
“To elevate the standards of integrity, honor and courtesy in the legal profession.”
ABOTA created Civility Matters with the hope that the program would be presented at ABOTA educational activities, other bar and professional programs, and, especially, in every law school in the country. The programs feature first-hand lessons and experience from ABOTA members and are intended to instill values and standards that promote high regard for the legal profession.