Defending Attorneys In Ethics and Disciplinary Matters
If you are an attorney being investigated by the North Carolina State Bar, or if you are already facing disciplinary charges, you need an experienced legal ethics and discipline attorney to defend you and help protect your license. I founded Lane Williamson Law PLLC in Waxhaw to offer legal advice and representation on ethics and discipline matters to attorneys throughout the state of North Carolina.
Uniquely Qualified Representation For Lawyers Who Need It
As the former chair of the North Carolina State Bar’s Disciplinary Hearing Commission, I am uniquely qualified to represent respondent attorneys in matters before the Commission and the State Bar. I’m a frequent speaker at legal education programs on the topics of attorney discipline and legal ethics.
Dedicated Defense In A Time Of Need
If you are an attorney who has found themselves facing a disciplinary action or an ethics accusation, I understand that you are probably overwhelmed and anxious about your future. I offer my clients calm, straightforward guidance and advice. My services include:
- Advising attorneys on ethics issues before they rise to the level of a complaint
- Helping attorneys respond to Letters of Notice from the Grievance Committee
- Defending my clients through all phases of the State Bar’s Disciplinary Hearing Commission’s process
- Advising judges before the Judicial Standards Commission
The quality of the advice and representation you receive throughout all your dealings with the State Bar will have a significant impact on your ability to protect your license, preserve your reputation and retain your ability to practice law. I regularly defend attorneys and other professionals facing disciplinary actions throughout North Carolina.
Confidential Advice From A Trusted Resource
To schedule a confidential appointment, you can contact me by calling me at 704-859-8392 or by sending me an email through my website. Before we discuss any details, our initial contact shall be for the purpose of determining any conflicts of interest and shall not be deemed to create an attorney-client relationship until I am formally engaged.