Monthly Archives: September 2010

Lawyers and their agents may not ethically resort to trickery on the Internet to gain access to an otherwise secure social networking page and the potentially helpful information it holds, states a formal opinion from the New York City Bar Association’s Committee on Professional Ethics (Formal Opinion 2010-2). Continue reading

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On Monday, the City Bar’s Cyrus R. Vance Center for International Justice presented its Access to Justice Awards to former City Bar President Michael A. Cooper and Fundación Pro Bono of Chile. I had the pleasure of presenting the award to Mike, who has been a mentor and friend from the time I was a junior associate at Sullivan & Cromwell. The day after that, I was proud to represent the City Bar and the City Bar Justice Center by testifying at Chief Judge Jonathan Lippman’s Hearing on Civil Legal Services at the First Department. Continue reading

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