By Professor Nancy Rapoport
Now that I have returned to the land of the living (in other words, I’m no longer juggling being a law professor with being the interim dean of a law school), I thought I’d spend this month’s column on an ethics issue that faces everyone: running your office.
You know that you should supervise the folks in your office (go to the first three rules in the “5” section of the Model Rules for the rules on supervision). But running an office is complicated.
Let’s say that you . . .
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