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Professional Lessons Lie in Instances of Misconduct

, The Legal Intelligencer

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Recently, there have been several instances of seemingly impossible acts of unethical behaviors by lawyers and judges locally and nationally. While our first instinct is to shake our heads at these gaffes and think that we would never act in such a manner, it's important that young lawyers not only smirk at these errors in judgment but learn from them as well. And so, in the interest of laughing and learning, we present the top five lessons young lawyers can learn from infamous cases of misconduct.

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  • blake edwards

    our judiciary is the most corrupt, unregulated institution in American history.

  • ELois P. Clayton

    ALERT!

    The Illinois ARDC, needs to be 'INTERNALLY' investigated for they are still allowing "atty.' Blake Horwitz, to steal clients money, KNOWING that he is INTENTIONALLY MIS representing clients!

    ATTN: His "asst.", Erica Faaborg, is the EXACT SAME MISconducting "atty." as he is and they MUST be EXPOSED and stoped , ASAP!

    I can recall Faaborg LIEING on a phone operator, stating that she was told by him/her, that, "I tried to contact you(Mrs. Clayton), for the last month, but the operator said your number(and listed the number IN the e-mail from her(Faaborg;STUPID), has been DISconnected.

    PS: I still have the same number. I've had it for 9 years now;including the tiem when Horwitz was hired by my family to represent our lovedone in a 'Human Rights'/violation case.

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