Moderator: Jan L. Jacobowitz, Legal Ethics Advisor, former APRL President
Faculty: Christine Chung, Christine H. Chung, PLLC, Lawyers Defending American Democracy; Ronald Minkoff, Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz P.C.; Rebecca Roiphe, New York Law School, First Amendment Advocate; Kaylin Whittingham, Whittingham Law, former counsel to Attorney Grievance Committee, First Judicial Department
Rudy Giuliani’s recent suspension from the practice of law by the Supreme Court of New York, First Judicial Department, came as a surprise to most lawyers and generates a number of questions as to the role of discipline, the limits of free speech, and what this means for other lawyers going forward.
Join our diverse and experienced panel as they discuss these issues, based upon their years of experience and unique perspectives. Ronald Minkoff and Christine Chung, separately were involved in preparing two of the complaints against Giuliani filed in New York (Ron on behalf of the New York State Bar, and Christine on behalf of Lawyers Defending American Democracy); Kaylin Whittingham, former counsel to the Attorney Grievance Committee, First Judicial Department; and Rebecca Roiphe, Professor at New York Law School and noted First Amendment advocate.
This will be a lively discussion you won’t want to miss!!!!!
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