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Ethics and Professionalism

Discussing current ethics and professionalism issues in the practice of law, including commentary on ethics opinions and guest contributions from local attorneys.

Anxiety and the ADA

September 29, 2017

Anxiety disorders affect millions of Americans every year. It’s time for employers to recognize their potential to make the workplace a more comfortable environment for everyone. ...[Continue Reading]

Black facing matters?

January 23, 2017

A report commissioned by the University of Oregon surrounding a professor’s Halloween costume at a party, has raised concerns for advocates of the First Amendment. ...[Continue Reading]

Adding to the 25 year clock?

July 4, 2016

How the Supreme Court’s most recent decision concerning affirmative action in college admissions could have just re-set the clock on racial relations on college campuses across the country. ...[Continue Reading]

Lawyer Charged with Raping Client

September 21, 2015

While sexual relations are rarely appropriate, even when permitted by the Rules of Professional Responsibility, raping one’s client is an atrocity so against the integrity of the legal profession, it is unlikely a lawyer charged with raping his client will prevail with the State Bar. ...[Continue Reading]
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