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As the legal community welcomes 2020, the total number of licensed attorneys in New Jersey is expected to eclipse 100,000. All attorneys have taken an oath to strictly adhere to New Jersey’s Rules of Professional Conduct. Invariably, some attorneys will find themselves the subject of an ethics grievance, formal complaint, or final discipline. Regardless of whether the allegation of ethical misconduct arises from a spurious accusation arising from improper motives, or involves serious misconduct, the process must not be underestimated as in all cases an attorney’s license to practice law is at risk.

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