The State Bar of California recently admitted to practice an attorney who has lived in the state for many years as an undocumented alien. Interesting interplay between immigration law and legal ethics — check out my post at Attorney At Work for more.
My new monthly column On Balance at Attorney At Work focuses on emerging issues in law practice and their ethical ramifications. My inaugural issue is on cloud computing, the NSA and how the UK is viewing us right now. Check it out!
In addition to my new monthly column at Attorney At Work, called On Balance, I was recently honored to contribute to a new ebook released there called New Math New Money. It is full of great articles, so read it all, and be sure to see my contributions in the What Do The Experts Think? feature and my article The Virtual Law Practice: Look Before You Leap.
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Check out my latest post at Lawyerist. I explain why we all should have formal document destruction policies, how to write your own, and even provide a sample.
It’s a hot topic these days to critique ethics regulators and their attempts to keep pace with rapidly changing technology. Most of the commentary focuses on how the regulators need to step up their game, but I have a different take on it. I think regulators should not attempt to keep up with Apple, Microsoft, and Google. Read my recent post at Lawyerist.com for my take on this timely topic.
It’s a whole new vocabulary world in the ethics realm! Read my recent post at Lawyerist.com and get up to speed on the latest lingo.
Clients, take note. Your lawyer may well be able to disclose embarrassing information about you online without your permission! Read my recent post at Lawyerist.com for more.