Thursday, June 7, 2018

D.C. Bar Becoming Far More Transparent

As I have mentioned previously, the new leadership at the District of Columbia Bar, Disciplinary Counsel and the Board on Professional Responsibility (all of whom replaced longtime prior leadership who were unworthy of  public trust and lasted well beyond their respective expiration dates) show every sign of a commitment to transparency and professionalism sadly lacking in the past.

I see no better harbinger of things to come than the information found at this link.

As the D.C. Bar continues to prioritize member engagement, we are now offering greater access to our leaders’ work with live streaming from our Board of Governors meetings. Listen to one of our upcoming meetings. 

NEXT MEETING: Monday, June 11, 2018

Upcoming Board Meeting Dates

  Monday June 11, 2018 - 10 a.m.

Our Leadership

Get to know the people who serve on our Board of Governors and our standing committees.


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Tune in to the livestream of the meetings. Follow these directions on how to connect.


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Check back a week before each BOG meeting to get a complete meeting agenda. 

– May 14, 2018 Agenda

– April 10, 2018 Agenda 

– March 13, 2018 Agenda

– February 15, 2018 Agenda

– January 16, 2018 Agenda

– December 11, 2017 Agenda

– November 14, 2017 Agenda

– October 10, 2017 Agenda

– September 19, 2017 Agenda

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Missed the meeting, but want to know what happened? Beginning after the September 19 meeting, we'll be archiving the minutes.

– April 10, 2018 Minutes

– March 13, 2018 Minutes

– February 15, 2018 Minutes 

– January 16, 2018 Minutes

– December 11, 2017 Minutes 

– November 14, 2017 Minutes 

– October 10, 2017 Minutes 

– September 19, 2017 Minutes 

– August 3, 2017 Minutes

– July 18, 2017 Minutes 

The new leadership at Disciplinary Counsel actually does something the prior "award winning" administration eschewed - actually working on and supervising investigations and prosecutions.

The era of the 7-10 year" investigation" is over and the Augean stables are being cleaned.

At the Board on Professional Responsibility, charges no longer gather dust waiting to be reviewed and approved. 

Bravo. Let the sunshine in. (Mike Frisch)

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