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Richard Abel on Lawyers in the Dock: Lawyers and Disciplinary Cases

By University at Buffalo Law School

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Welcome to UBLaw Conversations, a production of University at Buffalo Law School and the Baldy Center for Law and Social Policy. Today is November 19, 2008, and I'm James Milles, Professor of Law.

Our guest today is Richard L. Abel, Mitchell J. Connell Professor of Law, University of California at Los Angeles. Professor Abel's new book, Lawyers in the Dock, examines some of the most common ethical complaints made about lawyers. Using detailed records of disciplinary proceedings, he describes six cases based on three of the most common complaints: client neglect, fee disputes, excessive loyalty to clients. Professor Abel is interviewed here by Joseph Gerken, Reference Librarian, University at Buffalo Law School Library.

Thank you for joining us today. The theme music is "Brazilian Nights" by Jack Jezzro, and is available through the Podsafe Music Network. Please join us again next time for another conversation from University at Buffalo Law School.

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Full post as published by UBLaw on November 19, 2008 (boomark / email).

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