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September 29, 2003

E&L Today’s September Edition Arrives (finally)

Filed under: pre-06-2006 — David Giacalone @ 6:59 pm

If you’ve been missing your Ethics & Lawyering Today as much as this Editor, you’ll be happy to know that the September ’03 edition is now available.  As usual, it’s filled with pithy descriptions and useful links on important ethical developments.   Included this time: Washington State vs. SEC on Sarbanes-Oxley; Jury Nullification decisions in Florida and D.C.; the inapplicability of G-L-B to lawyers; NJ’s abandonment of its “bona fide office” rule; and several quick takes, such as a pointer to a new site covering Florida ethics, sunEthics.com, which I’ve just bookmarked and plan to visit frequently (unless it gets too muggy).

E&L Today’s editors, William Freivogel and Lucian Pera, appear to share one major trait with the “staff” here at ethicalEsq? —  deadline-motivation complex.  You may know DMC by its nasty former name, “procrastination” (the greatest work-savings device ever invented).   Of course, Lucian and William may merely be showing off their prior law review scheduling experience. 

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