Ethics Matters

It May Be Wrong, But Is It Unethical?

The Connecticut Law Tribune

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Readers and colleagues have also reached out to me about allegedly false statements made by James Comey, Rudy Giuliani, Jeff Sessions and others, wondering if there might be some disciplinary consequences. The common thread in all of the discussions is whether lawyers should be held to a higher standard than others when engaging in public speech, and whether the disciplinary process is the proper place to police misconduct of this nature.

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