October 4, 2006
First Blog Attempt
My name is Mike Frisch. This is my first venture into the intimidating world of blogging. As a former longtime prosecutor of Bar discipline cases in the District of Columbia as well as a professor teaching professional responsibility courses at Georgetown University Law Center, I am grateful to have a forum to discuss my primary concern about regulation of the legal profession, namely that the public interest in an honorable and ethical profession is too often subordinated to "the parochial or self-intersted concerns of the bar." ABA Model Rules, Preamble at comment 12. It is my intention to stimulate discussion about the regulatory regimes of the various state bars in aid of heightened public awareness and to encourage reform where necessary to the public interest. I look forward to input from around the country of persons who either share or wish to dispute my concerns.
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