Wednesday, December 24, 2008

How not to practice law

Legal Profession Blog reports on a new case, which should be added to Prof. Bernabe's list of examples of how not to practice law:

The North Dakota Supreme Court disbarred an attorney who charged a "nonrefundable" fee and failed to perform the services, practiced while suspended for nonpayment of bar dues, mishandled a number of cases, made false statements to a client and did not respond to the disciplinary charges. The case In the Matter of Karlsen and order of the Court can be found here.

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