“Can attorney committed to state psychiatric hospital still practice law?”

by Walter Olson on December 12, 2012

Not only can she, but it seems she does. [Austin American-Statesman]

{ 5 comments }

1 Richard Nieporent 12.12.12 at 9:06 am

The real question is can we tell the difference. :)

2 Jerryskids 12.12.12 at 9:52 am

That is a much better punchline than what Walter offered.

My own off-the-top-of-my-head response would be something along the lines of: “Why, that’s just crazy!”.

3 Jim Collins 12.12.12 at 10:58 am

If they suspend her license, can she sue under ADA?

4 wfjag 12.12.12 at 11:51 am

Not only can she continue practicing law, she is entitled to preferential consideration in hiring by the US Department of Justice. See “DOJ Seeks Candidates With ‘Psychiatric’ and ‘Severe Intellectual’ Disabilities” by Joseph Klein (August 24, 2012) http://frontpagemag.com/2012/joseph-klein/doj-seeks-candidates-with-psychiatric-and-severe-intellectual-disabilities/ , which has a link to the DOJ memo.

5 Ron Miller 12.12.12 at 12:08 pm

I have to give it to Richard on that one, pretty funny. Shoot.

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