By Professor Nancy Rapoport
I’m writing this column right after participating in a panel on civility at the Arizona Bench/Bar Conference. As you might expect, the discussions on civility included all of the frustrations that you’ve experienced: the nasty letters and emails sent while angry, the refusal to grant reasonable requests for continuances and the like, and the accusations of lying (often recorded for posterity in transcripts).
A couple of discussions particularly captivated me. First, more than one participant mentioned the frustrations of dealing with not-so-civil . . .
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