The D.C. Bar’s Board on Professional Responsibility recommended a 30-day suspension for attorney Gregory Hawn on Dec. 5 for allegedly padding his r�sum�.

In April, Legal Times reported that the D.C. Bar Counsel had accused Hawn, a second-year associate in Bracewell & Giuliani’s Washington, D.C., office, of falsifying his r�sum� and altering his law school transcript while trying to land a job at Mayer, Brown, Rowe & Maw’s Los Angeles office. Hawn quit Bracewell soon after the firm learned of the charge, which arose after Hawn used a legal recruiter to help with the attempted lateral move.

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