Ethics Law

May 27, 2020
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The Legal Profession Returns to Work in the Time of Covid-19

Since the coronavirus has turned our whole world upside down in the last few months, many industries are now struggling with how to return to work as the country reopens. The legal profession is no exception as partners, associates, outside general counsel, professors and even law students adjust to a new legal environment that may never return to business as usual. Remote Work Becomes Both Technologically Feasible and Cost Effective Because lawyers and legal personnel have been forced to work […]
July 29, 2019

How Ethics Rules Have Lagged Behind the Legal Profession

Ethics Law Within the legal profession, the term legal ethics refers to a code of conduct which oversees proper professional behavior. In order to be able to practice law, a lawyer agrees to abide by the American Bar Association’s Rules of Professional Conduct which have been adopted by the bar associations of every U.S. state with the exception of California, which uses a similar code. Essentially, ethics law stipulates the minimum standards required of judges and lawyers in their practice. […]
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