The disciplinary process can be scary, especially when your first introduction to the process is a letter from a State Bar investigator. Here are some resources to help you better understand the State Bar disciplinary system and the rules which govern it.
- California Rules of Professional Conduct and Other Related Codes (known as Publication 250)
- Index to the California Compendium on Professional Responsibility
- Handbook on Client Trust Accounting for California Attorneys
- Guidelines on Indigent Defense Services Delivery Systems
- Practical Training of Law Students
- State Bar Court
- Closing a Law Practice
- FAQ: Disclosure of Prohibition Liability Insurance (Rule 3-410)
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