7402 ABA Journal Ethics articles.

Hidden Harassment

Law Firms and Disciplinary Authorities Look For Ways to Fight Sexual Misconduct

Ethical but Unemployed

Attorneys May Put Their Jobs at Risk by Reporting Other Lawyers’ Misconduct

Make a List, Check It Twice

A Good Conflicts-Checking System Helps Protect You from Ethics Violations

The ‘Oops’ Factor

Latest Model Rule Leaves Wiggle Room for Lawyers Receiving Misdirected Materials

An Enlisting Approach

Firms Are Turning to Clients to Assist in Their Marketing Efforts

The E-Mail Advice Line

Participating in Web Site Answer Services Can Be Gratifying, But Ethics Issues Abound

Tussle Over Titles

Ethics Opinions Wrangle With Terms Lawyers Use to Identify Themselves

Hand It Over

Ethics Duties Conflict When Lawyers Receive Evidence From Clients in Criminal Cases

May vs. Must

Ethics Rules Don’t Give Lawyers Absolute Guidance on When to Report Wrongdoing

Watch What You Say

Regulators Still Take Ethics Rules on Lawyer Marketing Seriously, So Practitioners Should, Too

How Was Work Today, Dear?

Lawyers Need to Be Cautious When Answering That Question

Tempting Fate

Regulators Reject Client Agreements to Forgo Ethics Complaints against Lawyers

Passing the Gavel, Keeping Our Purpose

Lawyers, Remember It’s Your Job to Support Rights of the Judiciary and Legal Profession

Looking Ahead

ABA Ethics Opinion Says Clients May Waive Objections to Future Conflicts of Interest

Reciprocal Surprises

Lawyer Sanctioned in One State for Ethics Breach May Face Stiffer Penalties Elsewhere

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