Monday, November 15, 2010

The Most Serious Misconduct

Noting that disbarment is permanent and thus reserved for the most serious misconduct, the Indiana Supreme Court found that disbarment was appropriate in a matter involving a pattern of neglect in multiple client matters as well as a series of intentional misrepresentations to the Disciplinary Commission.

The attorney had created a fraudulent receipt, forged the client's name to it and submitted it as evidence with the intent to deceive the Commission. (Mike Frisch)

November 15, 2010 in Bar Discipline & Process | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack (0)

Everything You Wanted To Know About Bar Admission, But Were Afraid To Ask... the title of a presentation we do annually at Georgetown Law to provide students with information about selecting and passing a state bar as well as admission issues relating to character and fitness to practice. This web link should take the interested student to the one-hour talk.

Thanks to recent Georgetown graduates Sarah Black and Tim Daly for their insights.

While the video does not cover "everything," perhaps there are some useful tips. (Mike Frisch)

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