New York State Bar Association Committee on Professional Ethics

One of the areas I like to address for my fellow New Jersey/New York attorneys is the differences between how things work in each state, including the rules governing the conduct of attorneys.  With New York and New Jersey now allowing reciprocity (also known as admission on motion), there are some great opportunities for attorneys

States have struggled with advising lawyers admitted to their bars as to whether and to what extent they can advise their clients on cannabis-related issues knowing that federal law still forbids the possession, distribution, sale, or use of marijuana.  The concern is that under the Rule of Professional Conduct 1.2(d) “A lawyer shall not counsel