Dedication to ethical conduct and adherence to our ethics rules are fundamental to our professionalism. AILA offers valuable ethics publications and resources, specific to immigration practice, as well as links to ethics rules and opinions of U.S. jurisdictions, to help guide you when faced with difficult questions.
- AILA Ethics Compendium (Updated 11/13/13)
The AILA Ethics Compendium is a multi-year project to separately analyze state and federal professional conduct rules, court opinions, legal ethics opinions, and other authority to provide information and guidance to immigration lawyers. This first module covers Rule 3.3 Candor Toward the Tribunal.
AILA Doc. No. 13100845.
- Ethics Resources
Featuring a variety of resources that provide guidance on many of the most difficult dilemmas facing immigration practitioners.
- UPL/MJP Rules by State
Compiled for the ABA Center for Professional Responsibility, this list is helpful to any lawyer considering a move to another jurisdiction.
AILA Doc. No. 06091310.
- State Ethics Reference Guide
A state-by-state reference guide on ethics and professionalism, including each state’s
Rules of Professional Conduct and selected ethics opinions.