Attorney Discipline

New Rules for Attorney Disciplinary Matters: Formal Proceedings

, New York Law Journal

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In his Attorney Discipline column, Hal R. Lieberman writes: Much can be said in praise of the uniform rules, most notably "uniformity" itself. Yet, in the author's opinion, there are also significant flaws and lacunae in the uniform rules relating to formal proceedings.

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Originally appeared in print as New Rules for Formal Proceedings in Attorney Disciplinary Matters

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  • David

    You only discipline those who are not connected.

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