ABA Ethics Commission Paper Clarified- No Implication for Law Blogs- For Now

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In August 2009 the American Bar Association announced the formation of the ABA Commission on Ethics 20/20. The Commission was formed to review legal ethics rules and regulations in light of technological advances and globalization in the legal profession. The Commission issued a Paper announcing that the Commission was examining a number of legal ethics issues arising from lawyers' increased use of technology. Are legal blogs in trouble? Robin Hensley dissects the ABA Ethics Commission Paper in her most recent blog post.

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