Megan Zavieh focuses her practice exclusively on attorney ethics, representing attorneys facing State Bar disciplinary action, providing guidance to practicing attorneys, podcasting about legal ethics on Lawyers Gone Ethical, and writing about ethics at AttorneyatWork.com and her own blog CaliforniaStateBarDefense.com.
The Rules of Professional Conduct provide a set of obligations that every attorney must abide by and a set of rules that governs the legal profession. Technology develops in large part due to consumer demand, and it frequently reduces friction of doing business. How have the rules kept pace with advances in technology? Do those […]
New problems require new solutions. By identifying legal service gaps, attorneys can create niche practices to serve these un- or under- served markets. Technology has become more accessible and affordable. By leveraging technology, solo and small firm lawyers are in a unique position to create client-centric, efficient, and cost-effective law practices to fulfill these unmet […]