Hofstra Law Review


William Hodes


The article focuses on American Bar Association (ABA) adopted Model Rule of Professional Conduct 8.4(g), which confront the issues that harassment and discrimination. It mentions ABA House of Delegates placed—for the first time—a direct and enforceable prohibition against discrimination and harassment by lawyers into the black-letter text of the Model Rules. It also mentions anti-discrimination and anti-harassment principles from the comments to the directly enforceable black-letter text.

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