Ethics Matters

Judge Droney And Other Year-End Thoughts

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

As the year winds (grinds?) to an end, I am emptying the jar in which I keep all the topics I meant to write on. Of course, every time I think there is nothing new to say, another crazy case comes under the door or over the transom (though these days, it is usually by e-mail) and I marvel at the complexity of life and the creativity of our brethren when they stray from the path. So here are a few short thoughts for the end of the year.

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