Following up after shouting into a void.

This is not really a “new content” post. With luck, I will have one of those later this week. This, however, is a follow up about something from last month. It is the best sort of follow up because it is prompted by the process of sifting back through the past year to prepare for my annual end-of-year presentation for the TBA.

It is also the best sort of follow up because it will allow me to shamelessly self-promote two undertakings while simultaneously acknowledging just how small and unimportant I actually am in the grand scheme of things.

(Prepare to watch the magic and behold.)

This year, for obvious reasons, there will be no Ethics Roadshow. Instead, there will be an Ethics RoadHomeshow. (It will happen on Zoom on December 9. If you are worried that you are too late to sign up, you’re definitely not since I haven’t even finalized the program itself yet.) In trying to put together exactly what that will look like, I was reviewing items of interest. That brought me to re-reading this post from November. The last line of that post was a cry out to readers to let me know if there was an ethics opinion out there that did what I thought the Nebraska ethics opinion did.

I received a tremendous amount of feedback in response to that invitation. Ha. Just kidding. Absolute crickets. But that’s not because there isn’t such an opinion out there, there certainly is. The lack of feedback is much more indicative of the lack of readers.

Even better, an example of such an opinion is something I should not have been so frail as to forget – because I’ve pointed it out to other people in providing advice and because it is going to be part of some new material that will be in a book I co-author and for which the Third Edition is scheduled to come out in the Summer of 2021. If you’d like to pick up the Second Edition before the Third Edition comes out, you know, to make sure you can follow the plot of the new book, you can still buy it from the ABA.

The opinion that I should have remembered when I wrote that Nebraska post is New York City Bar Formal Opinion 2016-2. It hits almost all of the topics mentioned by me earlier this month. And, if you’ve never read it or if, like me, you forgot about it for a bit, I commend it to your reading.

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