Three lawyers in The Woodlands, Texas, think attorneys should help other practitioners follow ethics rules, so they formed a nonprofit organization to provide free peer counseling and legal advice and assistance to lawyers facing grievances or a disciplinary suit.

“I felt very strongly that we needed to do something to be sure attorneys aren’t hung out to dry, to get fair representation in dealing with these issues,” says solo practitioner Eric “Bulldog” Yollick.

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