ELC 5.7 ADVISORY LETTER An advisory letter may be issued when a hearing does not appear warranted but it appears appropriate to caution a respondent lawyer concerning his or her conduct. An advisory letter may be issued by a review committee but may not be issued when a grievance is dismissed following a hearing. An advisory letter does not constitute a finding of misconduct, is not a sanction, is not disciplinary action, and is not public information. [Adopted effective October 1, 2002.]
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