Links of Interest

Attorney Discipline Board
The Attorney Discipline Board is the adjudicative arm of the Michigan Supreme Court in the attorney disciplinary process.

Judicial Tenure Commission
The Judicial Tenure Commission is the independent state agency responsible for investigating complaints of judicial misconduct and judicial incapacity, and for recommending discipline of judges by the Michigan Supreme Court.

Michigan Courts
The site for the Michigan court system with links to different levels of the Michigan judiciary, including the Supreme Court and Court of Appeals.

State Bar of Michigan
This site provides information regarding State Bar activities and services, and general law-related topics. Included in the site are recent court opinions, ethics opinions, and a table cross-referencing Canons of the Code of Judicial Conduct to judicial ethics opinions.

American Bar Association Center for Professional Responsibility
Since 1978, the Center has provided national leadership and direction in developing and interpreting standards and scholarly resources in legal ethics, professional regulation, professionalism, and client protection mechanisms.

National Organization of Bar Counsel
The National Organization of Bar Counsel (NOBC) is a non-profit organization of legal professionals whose members enforce ethics rules that regulate the professional conduct of lawyers who practice law in the United States, Canada and Australia. The site contains links or contact information for the disciplinary authority for states and jurisdictions.

National Task Force On Lawyer Well-Being
The National Task Force on Lawyer Well-Being is a coalition of entities committed to catalyzing a movement to improve well-being in the legal profession. In August 2017, the Task Force published a comprehensive report titled The Path to Lawyer Well-Being: Practical Recommendations for Positive Change. The report spotlights a 2016 study of nearly 13,000 practicing lawyers which found that too many lawyers are not thriving. The report does not stop at identifying problems. It also offers concrete, actionable recommendations for stakeholders across the profession.