From the ABA press release:
ABA strengthens provision making harassment, discrimination “professional misconduct”
The American Bar Association adopted Monday a revised resolution to strengthen language in Rule 8.4 that would classify harassment or discrimination in the practice of law professional misconduct subject to disciplinary action.
While the proposal drew widespread interest in the legal profession and division among ABA entities during the past few months, recent changes, including incorporating a knowledge requirement in the specific language of the model rule, served to bring near unanimous agreement in the final vote. More than 70 ABA members signed up to speak on behalf of the revised proposal, while none spoke against it. The House approved the change by voice vote with only a few members voting “no.”
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