Phila. Bar Association Questions For-Profit Model for Conflict Counsel

, The Legal Intelligencer


The Philadelphia Bar Association has asked the city of Philadelphia to delay accepting any proposals to represent indigent defendants and family-court litigants in criminal cases where the Defender Association of Philadelphia has a conflict.

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  • Jeff Snyder

    Sounds like a great idea. Which sadly diminishes any chance the City will actually award the contract to Mr. Alva. Alva and DiClaudio on the same team? Great lawyers, give them the opportunity and we'll all be better off.

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