The New York court system has added records showing whether an attorney has been disciplined to its publicly available online database. While the database includes public disciplines going back decades, Chief Judge Jonathan Lippman says the Unified Court System’s website, through its attorney directory, links readers to disciplinary orders issued since 2003. Other publicly available information includes an attorney’s current registration status and year of admission.
New York Courts Put Attorney Discipline Records Online
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