Louisiana Legal Ethics is a weblog and e-resource created by Loyola College of Law Professor Dane Ciolino. This site, which went live on October 1, 2009, is designed to be a convenient ethics resource for Louisiana judges, lawyers and law students.
In addition to the blog content, it contains the full text of each of the current Louisiana Rules of Professional Conduct, including:
Online (subscription databases):
Westlaw: Louisiana Legal Ethics & Professional Responsibility Cases database (LAETH-CS) contains cases relating to the regulation of the practice of law and of bar associations and their members from Louisiana state courts.
Lexis Advance: Ethics Cases from all jurisdictions. Filter your results by State and Louisiana to access Louisiana ethics decisions.
Online (public access):
Louisiana Attorney Disciplinary Board:
Louisiana State Bar Association: Ethics Advisory Opinions - Public opinions prepared by a subcommittee of the Rules of Professional Conduct Committee originating from actual requests for ethics advisory opinions by lawyer members of the Louisiana Bar Association. Coverage from 2005 - present.
Louisiana Supreme Court: Code of Judicial Conduct