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E-Lawyering, The Aba's Current Choice Of Ethics Law Rule & The Dormant Commerce Clause Invalidates Model Rule 8.5(B)(2) When Applied To Attorney Internet Representations Of Clients, Michael W. Loudenslager Dec 2006

E-Lawyering, The Aba's Current Choice Of Ethics Law Rule & The Dormant Commerce Clause Invalidates Model Rule 8.5(B)(2) When Applied To Attorney Internet Representations Of Clients, Michael W. Loudenslager

William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal

The Internet is becoming the primary manner in which some attorneys serve clients. States have already taken differing views on whether it is acceptable for an attorney to engage in electronic representations of clients. Thus, determining what jurisdiction's law applies to such attorney conduct can be very important in deciding whether this activity constitutes the unauthorized practice of law and, if not, determining the exact duties of an attorney in such representations. This Article argues that the current version of Model Rule of Professional Responsibility 8.5(b), which governs choice of ethics law, can be interpreted to apply ...


Overview Of Opr And Circular 230 Cases, Cono R. Namorato Nov 2006

Overview Of Opr And Circular 230 Cases, Cono R. Namorato

William & Mary Annual Tax Conference

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We Can't Escape Responsibility, Gene R. Nichol Apr 2006

We Can't Escape Responsibility, Gene R. Nichol

Popular Media

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Improving Prosecutorial Decision Making: Some Lessons Of Cognitive Science, Alafair S. Burke Mar 2006

Improving Prosecutorial Decision Making: Some Lessons Of Cognitive Science, Alafair S. Burke

William & Mary Law Review

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