Irwin Seligsohn, the first New Jersey lawyer to be convicted for using runners to bring in personal injury cases, seems certain to be disbarred.

Seligsohn, 72, now out of prison and on probation, was a no-show on Tuesday at a disciplinary hearing before the state Supreme Court, in which the Office of Attorney Ethics is seeking his permanent ouster from law practice.

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