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On legal ethical issues that face lawyers who blog

In Ethics of Blawging, Mercer law prof David Hricik addresses the legal ethical issues that face lawyers who blog (or blawg), including the potential for disclosure of client confidences, inadvertent formation of attorney-client relationships, and the unauthorized practice of law. Available on SSRN. [JH]

May 22, 2007 in Lawyer Blogging | Permalink

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