New York Attorney Discipline Practice and Procedure, authored by Hal R. Lieberman, J. Richard Supple, Jr., and Harvey Prager, will be published by New York Law Journal Books on November 1, 2013. The Law Catalog recently began offering the book at a discounted prepublication price until October 31, 2013. The book, which is part of the New York Law Journal Practice Series, should be of particular interest to Massachusetts lawyers who are also licensed to practice in New York.
Here’s the Law Catalog’s overview of New York Attorney Discipline Practice and Procedure:
Untangle New York’s unusual system of attorney regulation with this newest practice deskbook from the publishers of the New York Law Journal. New York Attorney Discipline Practice and Procedure provides a practical, in depth, and orderly framework:
–For lawyers who receive complaints, wish to get admitted to practice, or are subject to discipline;
–For their lawyers;
–For staffs and committee members of disciplinary agencies;
–For consumers of legal services.
Judges, consumers, and law firms throughout the state will benefit from a better understanding of just how the system works. A downloadable eBook is included with your order, with hyperlinks to the full text of cases, statutes and other authoritative content. Released as an annual paperback and in EPUB format, the eBook is viewable on Apple iPad or iPhone, SONY Reader, Barnes & Noble NOOK®, Adobe® Digital Editions (PC and Mac) for all your legal research needs.