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self-study/Legal Ethics

Fee Disgorgement

self-study/Legal Ethics

Ending the Client Relationship (Part 1)


self-study/Legal Ethics

Can an attorney be in two places at once?

By David C. Carr

self-study/Legal Ethics

Comment on proposed rule revisions before time is up

By Heather L. Rosing

self-study/Legal Ethics

Privacy or privilege: a clash of compelling interests

By Louie H. Castoria

self-study/Legal Ethics

Perils of attorney social media use keep widening

By Natalie P. Vance

self-study/Legal Ethics

Tips for avoiding a State Bar complaint

By Heather E. Abelson

self-study/Legal Ethics

Bad client review getting you down?

By Betsy S. Kimball, Heather L. Rosing

self-study/Legal Ethics

A new model anti-discrimination rule

By Wendy W.Y. Chang

self-study/Legal Ethics

The life cycle of a State Bar complaint

By Heather E. Abelson

self-study/Legal Ethics

Mandatory Attorney Fee Arbitrations

self-study/Legal Ethics

A Primer on the Attorney's Lien


self-study/Legal Ethics

Law Firms & In-House Privilege

self-study/Legal Ethics

Ethics and the Internet


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