Newly Revised and Updated Edition!
New York Attorney Discipline Practice and Procedure , by J. Richard Supple, Jr., Hal R. Lieberman, and Harvey Prager.
Untangle New York’s unusual system of attorney regulation with this newest practice deskbook from the publishers of the New York Law Journal.
New York Attorney Discipline Practice and Procedure provides a practical, in depth, and orderly framework:
--For lawyers who receive complaints, wish to get admitted to practice, or are subject to discipline.
--For their lawyers
--For staffs and committee members of disciplinary agencies
--For consumers of legal services
Judges, consumers, and law firms throughout the state will benefit from a better understanding of just how the system works.
What’s New this Edition?
Chief Judge Lippman announced in February 2015 during his State of the Judiciary address that attorneys’ public disciplinary histories are now accessible via the United Court System’s website
A new Commission on Statewide Attorney Discipline has been establish, which will conduct a comprehensive review of the New York’s attorney disciplinary system and determine whether to convert to a statewide, rather than regional, system
The New York Court of Appeals, for the first time, broadly considered the doctrine of responsibility and ethics.