Info & Action Guides
Useful Resources for Legal Ethics & Dealing with the State Bar
Whether you’re well into your legal career or just starting out, chances are you don’t expect to find yourself facing an ethics-related ordeal during your career. The thing is, it’s never too soon, too late, or too often to check in with what those with knowledge and experience focused on legal ethics are saying that most attorneys get wrong. Sometimes it’s not even a matter of right or wrong, but rather how attorneys can act professionally and conduct business so as to minimize the risk of conflict with the California State Bar.
At State Bar Help, we’re here to provide lawyers near Montebello and all across California with resources to help them avoid disciplinary action for an ethical mistake, meet such a challenge head-on in court, and learn from missteps that caused problems in the past.
To that effect, we will provide info and action guides pertaining to the following topics:
- Common Legal Ethics Problems for Attorneys
- California State Bar Discipline System
- California Admissions Process
- State Bar Regulatory Actions
- Reporting Obligations
- State Bar Matter Action Guides
- Free Ethics Resources & Helpful Links
Please feel free to review the information found in the above links and reflect upon how it might make you think differently about how you conduct business and/or practice law.
As always, if you need legal assistance or want to learn more about any of these topics, please reach out to State Bar Help online or call (800) 382-3492 and ask about scheduling a consultation with our ethics attorney today!
We're Here For Lawyers Who Need Us
Attorney Ashod Mooradian has a decade of prior experience prosecuting for the State Bar, but since 2017 he has helped provide effective representation and guidance in legal ethics matters for more than 100 lawyers
If you’re an attorney who is facing an ethical dilemma, facing disciplinary charges, or wants to learn more about the ethics of practicing law, we’re here to help.
Reach out to State Bar Help by filling out our online contact form and ask about scheduling a consultation with our attorney for further assistance.