If you’re a lawyer in Pennsylvania, your disciplinary record is a few mouse clicks away, but if you’re practicing in New Mexico, the public must endure an old-fashioned slog via the telephone to get the same data.

Similar comparisons can be found across the U.S.: The disciplinary records of New York attorneys are not online, while the records of Illinois attorneys are.

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