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Record #:
41209
Abstract:
Lundsford related the irony of the State Bar, the watchdog for North Carolina’s legal profession, finding itself on the other side of the counsel table through lawsuits by lawyers facing charges such as disbarment and decertification.
Record #:
41210
Abstract:
Though the classic film is referenced to and inspired the author’s view of the legal profession, The executive director of the North Carolina State Bar’s account is truly about how the State Bar contributes to the value and roles of legal representatives of the Old North State.
Record #:
41218
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Abstract:
As part of answering the question of what role the lawyer in question plays in a client’s defense, another word is being considered: necessary. This word, designed to eliminate the ambiguity of the former rule, was intended to, among other things, prevent the opposing counsel from disqualifying the lawyer. Has ambiguity been eliminated? As this ethics counsel for the North Carolina State Bar proposed, the murkiness of interpretation’s waters has only grown more so.
Record #:
41217
Abstract:
To serve and protect the interests of NC’s people entails serving a variety of purposes, some of which are regulatory and others professional. As the author, Executive Director of the North Carolina State Bar, attested, a variety of purposes can result in challenges such as conflicts of interests between public interest and professional concerns.