About the Seminar
What is “Emotional Intelligence” and how can an understanding of it help you be a healthier, more productive and more ethical lawyer?? Join Henry Deneen of Murphy and Grantland for Part 1 of his two part series on Monday, October 8?for an explanation of the key principles of Emotional Intelligence!? You’ll learn basic definitions and begin to explore ways that attorneys can apply these important principles in dealing successfully and ethically with the pressure-packed situations you encounter every day as a lawyer.? On Wednesday, Nov. 14, Henry will present Part 2 of his discussion of “EI” with a deeper look at how these principles intersect with the Rules of Professional Conduct.

About the Speaker
Henry L. Deneen joined Murphy & Grantland in July, 2016 and has been a member of the south Carolina Bar since November 9, 1981. Henry began his legal career as a litigator in private practice, later being appointed as municipal judge for the city of West Columbia, SC. He served as Chief Legal Counsel for then South Carolina Governor, David M. Beasley from 1995 through 1997. In 2014, Henry earned a Doctorate in Executive Leadership/Emotional Intelligence form Denver Seminary. A South Carolina native, he serves clients in matters involving the defense of South Carolina individuals /businesses and through Mediation, primarily in the Upstate from his home in the Greenville area. Henry is certified as a Mediator in South Carolina Circuit, Family, and Probate Courts. He received his Juris Doctor from the University of South Carolina School of Law in May, 1981.

This program qualifies for 1.0?MCLE credit hour, including up to 1.0 LEPR credit hour and 1.0 SA/MH credit hour.

This seminar is an Intermediate program.
Note: When submitting your compliance reports to the SC Commission on CLE and Specialization, please use this course code for 2018: 187215ADO