Tuesday, February 2, 2021

Freedman Institute program on the disciplinary process and Trump's legal team

 Last week the Freedman Institute of Legal Ethics (at Hofstra Law School) hosted an excellent panel discussion (on Zoom) on whether it is a good idea (or good policy) to use the disciplinary process to regulate the conduct of lawyers who were recently involved in the representation of the Trump campaign in its efforts to challenge the results of the election.  The panel included one of the lawyers who signed a complaint arguing that Rudy Giuliani should be disciplined in New York, law professors and a professional responsibility and criminal defense lawyer.

You can watch the full program here.

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