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Carolyn Elefant

I don't agree with website disclaimers in most cases and frankly, they don't work for attorneys. An attorney's actions are going to be judged by their content. Thus, if an attorney website (or conduct through the website) looks and feels like the initiation of relationship with a client or unauthorized practice of law, that's how the condcut will be judged - and the disclamer won't make a difference one way or another. For proof, see my past post on this case
http://www.myshingle.com/my_shingle/2005/07/you_cant_discla.html

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