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Blog of the Illinois Supreme Court Commission on Professionalism.
Legal Ethics Forum
Many law professors contribute to this blog including Roy Simon, author of Simon's New York Rules of Professional Conduct, Annotated.
Legal Profession Blog
A Member of the Law Professor Blogs Network.
The Judicial Ethics Forum
An Academic Discussion of Judicial Ethics, Discipline & Disqualification. No new postings since 2015 but may be useful for earlier posts due to depth of discussions.
Consult state bar association websites for information about recent activities, initiatives, etc.
Association of Professional Responsibility Lawyers
The Association of Professional Responsibility Lawyers (“APRL” pronounced April) is comprised of more than 500 lawyers, law professors and judges holding an interest in lawyers' professional responsibility, legal ethics, legal malpractice and the evolving law of lawyering, primarily through the application of the rules of lawyer ethics to the practice of law. APRL was formed as a nonprofit organization in 1990.
American Bar Foundation
The American Bar Foundation is an organization dedicated to advancing justice through rigorous research on the law, legal processes, and the law's impact on our society. Includes information about the foundations, its mission, history, board of directors. Includes its annual report, news, and FAQs.