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JACPA Ethics Alert Update

JACPA Ethics Alert Update Indiana lawyer who criticized judge’s “stubbornly injudicious attitude” and threatened Bar complaint against opposing counsel given 60 day suspension Hello everyone and welcome to this Ethics Alert which will discuss the recent Indiana Supreme Court opinion suspending a lawyer for 60 days without automatic reinstatement who accused a judge of having […]

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JACPA Ethics Alert Update

JACPA Ethics Alert Update North Carolina Bar complaint alleges, inter alia, that lawyer made disparaging statements about judges in court documents.   Hello everyone and welcome to this Ethics Alert which will discuss the recent disciplinary complaint against a North Carolina lawyer who is alleged to have made disparaging comments about lawyers and judges in […]

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JACPA Ethics Alert

JACPA Ethics Alert   Tennessee lawyer who, inter alia, billed clients for watching crime TV shows and was “doggedly unrepentant” is suspended for one year Hello everyone and welcome to this Ethics Alert which will discuss the recent Tennessee Supreme Court disciplinary opinion which suspended a lawyer for one year for, inter alia, billing clients for watching […]

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JACPA Ethics Alert

JACPA Ethics Alert New York City Bar Association Formal Opinion addresses whatconduct by a lawyer constitutes a “threat of a disciplinary complaint” Hello everyone and welcome to this Ethics Alert which will discuss the recent New York City Bar Association Formal Opinion addressing conduct by a lawyer which may constitute a “threat of a disciplinary complaint”.  […]

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A former lawyer shares the choice that enabled him to break free of a career he didn’t love

A former lawyer shares the choice that enabled him to break free of a career he didn’t love LIBBY KANE     Aug. 6, 2015, 6:23 PM    Daniel Bailey.     When Daniel Bailey finished law school in 2010, he already knew he was on the wrong path.  “I realized about six weeks into law […]

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